I'm new to the site, but seeing this awesome forum, I'll be sure to peruse it often. Anyway, I just recently watched the latest video by Incubus called "Anna Molly," directed by Jamie Thraves, and I was wondering what the video was shot on. I watched the video via Xbox Live at 720p on my HDTV. I'm no video engineer, but I know what kind of digital chicanery can be done these days. At first glance it looks like it was shot on 16/Super16, but the look of it has this old film stock look, a severe lack of color degradation, which I know can be done digitally. What trips me up is this thing I call "ghosting" where if you see the lead singer's arms flapping (constantly) in the video, you see a bit of a trail, which leads me to believe it was shot on video, perhaps a PAL camera? (it kinda looks PALish, and Thraves is a Brit). Any thoughts? Excuse my neophyte observations.
"Anna Molly" Incubus Music Video
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