Here's a hilarious new video shot with the Panasonic GH5 (you can clearly see it in the behind-the-scenes video and they discuss it briefly as well).
I'm not exactly sure about the target market for this video, but it is pretty funny (or pretty lame depending on your viewpoint). It is likely to make you laugh out loud or shake your head in wonder.
But focus on the camera work.
And they say DSLR video is dead! HA!
Do you think this is going to convince people not to call it “Velcro” if it isn't?
Behind the scenes:
Our Velcro Brand Companies legal team decided to clear a few things up about using the VELCRO® trademark correctly – because they’re lawyers and that’s what they do. When you use “velcro” as a noun or a verb (e.g., velcro shoes), you diminish the importance of our brand and our lawyers lose their *insert fastening sound.* So please, do not say “velcro shoes” (or “velcro wallet” or “velcro gloves”) – we repeat “velcro” is not a noun or a verb. VELCRO® is our brand. #dontsayvelcro
Learn more at www.velcro.com/about-us/dontsa….
(cover photo credit: snap from the video)
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