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Linkin Park Live @ Smokeout Festival 2003

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Uploaded on Jan 24, 2009

Linkin Park performance of Breaking the Habit at the Smoke out Festival in San Bernardino, California.
Shot by Jonas Jensen, Inc dba PHD Mobile under contract with Clear Channel Entertainment.

Produced by Evan Haiman
Directed by Brian Lockwood
Technical Manager, Scott L. Jonas
Tracking Sound Engineer, Mark Miller

These HD Cameras, made by Ikegami, were the first 7 High Definition 720 Progressive cameras being used in the world. The lens are Fujinon, 2-FOH 70 x 8mm lens, 3-18x7.5 HH lens on Jimmy Jibs and Fisher 10 dolly with track, 2-10 x 4.8mm wide angle on stage hand helds. All cameras were fiber optic controlled. The cameras were individually recorded onto Panasonic D-5 recorders with one line cut recorder, also D-5, totaling 8 machines. The camera crew was primarily LA based, the sound recording crew was Seattle based. The sound was tracked through the mobile production unit's $500,000 Calrec, Alpha 100, #001 console to pro tools and backed up on 2 Mackie HDR's. The mobile unit originally was the ABC/Panasonic MNF HD Super Bowl truck and valued at over $8,000,000. The event prior to Smoke Out for this camera equipment was the 2003 Super Bowl and Grammy's. Jonas Jensen Fremont Studios has been in the live video and film production business for over twenty-five years, specializing in entertainment. With it's home base Seattle Washington.

Jonas Jensen Fremont Studios currently has up-graded it HD camera equipment beyond this standard and continues to technically provide multi camera facilities for entertainment shows.




http://www.jonasjensen.com
http://www.fremontstudios.com

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