HORROR/THRILLER FILM HAVOC SHOT IN HD WITH JVC GY-HD110U

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Director, Robert Lynn Pushes Camera to New Limits in His Latest Handheld Style Feature.  
Director Robert Lynn shot his new movie, Havoc, with the GY-HD110U ProHD camera. Havoc is a horror/thriller about a team of paintball players who stop at an abandoned prison and encounter a paranoid schizophrenic war veteran who mistakes them for a team of assassins.
“The technology in the GY-HD110U amazes me. I put it through some really rough extremes and it performed flawlessly,” said Lynn. “The HD images are truly unbelievable.”
Shot at the old Tennessee State Prison, Lynn put the GY-HD110U to the test during rehearsals and the shoot. The camera tolerated large amounts of dust stirred up during the shoot, harsh humidity, constant running up and down staircases and direct hits from paintball guns. Havoc, similar to Lynn’s last film Adrenaline, was also shot in one continuous take.
Lynn took advantage of all of the camera’s strengths and created his film the way he wanted to do it. “I wouldn’t have been able to shoot for the entire one take if I didn’t have JVC’s lightweight and compact camera,” Lynn added.

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