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A short film shot on the NEW BURANO by cinematographer Stefan Duscio, ACS

Highly acclaimed and multi-award-winning cinematographer, Stefan Duscio, ACS, (The Dry, Shantaram, The Invisible Man) has created a beautiful cinematic film entitled "At the Motel" with the new BURANO. The film was written, directed and stars Australian actor Sam Corlett (The Dry, Vikings: Valhalla).

Meet the Filmmaker

Stefan Duscio ACS | Cinematographer

Australian cinematographer Stefan Duscio is characterised by fluid camera movements and masterful use of light. His authentic and innovative approach to cinematic naturalism has made him a highly regarded collaborator of directors such as Robert Connolly, Leigh Whannell, JD Dillard and Mirrah Foulkes. Recently, he shot the Apple TV+ series Shantaram produced by Paramount and Anonymous, and executive producer Steve Lightfoot and director Bharat Nalluri. In 2022, Duscio won the Gold Tripod for Best Cinematography in a feature film for The Dry (2020) and the prestigious Milli Award for the ACS Australian Cinematographer of the Year.

About Cinema Line

At Sony, we celebrate creators and visual storytellers, and are dedicated to enabling their extraordinary skill and talent. For decades we have worked with the creative community by providing support and supplying tools made by Cinematographers for Cinematographers.

Our DNA from top film industries and the frontier of digital imaging come together to create a line of powerful creative tools designed to capture emotion in every frame and unleash the true power of visual storytelling from every corner of content creation.


Products Features | Large Format
Large Format

Full-frame sensor delivers superb resolution image with beautiful bokeh effects and outstanding dynamic range.

Products Features | E-mount

Over 66 Native Lenses covering Full Frame & S35 for creative expression (PL-E adaptor available for VENICE).

Products Features | Dual Base ISO
Dual Base ISO

Maintain Full Dynamic Range control when switching EI on FX6, FX9 & VENICE.

Products Features | S-Cinetone

Beautiful in camera colour look reduces post-production time for fast turn-around work.

Products Features | Real time AF
Real time auto focus

Use Colour / Pattern / Distance to reliably focus & track objects, faces & eyes on FX3, FX6 & FX9.

Products Features | Pro Audio solution (XLR)
Pro Audio solution (XLR)

Industry Standard Full Size XLR inputs allow in camera audio recording with built in monitoring.

Product Line-up

Venice 2

Next generation motion picture camera system with forward thinking full frame sensor, phenomenal colour science and user-friendly operation.


Full-frame digital cinema camera with phenomenal colour science and creative versatility.


Combining compact form factor and advanced features, BURANO allows for unprecedented mobility with a cinema camera.


Stunning full frame cinematography, optimised for fast workflow.


With enhanced mobility for easy solo shooting, alongside pro operability, it’s the ideal creative tool to capture a cinematic vision anywhere.


Inside a compact body that’s ready for grab-and-shoot action, the FX3 packs a highly sensitive, full-frame image sensor with the power to expand your moviemaking creativity.


The compact FX30 makes filmmaking more accessible than ever for up-and-coming creators, producing stunning cinematic imagery while incorporating a full array of workflow-efficient features.


The FR7 provides smooth pan, tilt and zoom (PTZ) control coupled with a full-frame image sensor and a high-quality E-mount lens line-up.

Meet Cinema Line Storytellers

The Fade

Shot on FX6
Director, DoP, writer: Thomas Elliot

Thomas Elliott is an emerging Director and Cinematographer from Melbourne, Australia. Shaped by Australia's vibrant DIY hardcore punk scene, Elliott's filmmaking style is both honest and aesthetically visceral. Now working as resident Cinematographer at Tiny Disco, Thomas has DP’d campaigns for some of the world’s biggest brands. In his spare time, Thomas is committed to exploring filmmaking as a means of self-expression through documentary and narrative passion projects.

“The Fade” is a portrait of everyday life in a vibrant African barbershop in Melbourne. The barbershop also functions as a safe space for the local community, where men can open up about mental health.

Creative crew

Editor David Tse | Colourist Abe Wynen | Camera Operator Pablo Barnes | Camera Assist Martin Wood | Camera Assist/BTS Ben Anderson | Sound Mix Sam Bassal

Watch ‘The Fade’ | Documentary shot on FX3

Watch ‘The Fade’ BTS

The Cabinet

Short film
Shot on FX6
Production studio: Take Two Media

Established in 2019 in beautiful Adelaide, South Australia, Take Two Media is a film production company founded by our two directors, Wei and Grace. Crossing paths at university, they’ve been tied as colleagues, client-contractors and friends ever since. They recognized their complementary strengths while working alongside each other before entering the realm of the film industry.

In the age of the internet and technology it’s an incredible time to be a consumer, allowing us to upgrade and replace our belongings with the click of the button. But has part of this mentality trickled over into our human interactions?

27-years-old photographer Chloe, stuck in a dysfunctional relationship, builds an unlikely friendship and a cabinet.

“The Cabinet” is a short film about slowing down to cherish the people you really love, and the very human dilemma of knowing when to hold on and when to let go. Using the cabinet as a metaphor, we wanted to share the beauty of both choices.

Watch ‘The Cabinet’ | Short Film shot on FX6

Watch ‘The Cabinet’ BTS

Tell me the time

Music video
Shot on FX9
Director, writer, producer — Hollie Black

Hollie black is an emerging first nations writer/director of Wormi descent. She enthusiastically began her career working on award winning films and commercials in the camera department for the likes of Marvel, FOX sports, ABC and

She has a great mind for development and has flexed her writing craft within writers rooms and script departments for numerous TV series. Hollie’s deep passion for directing music videos and fashion content is what truly drives her.

Director of photography — Cameron Jonhson

Cameron Johnson is a cinematographer and camera operator based in Eora/Sydney, Australia.

Cameron’s creative outlook and technical skills has seen him collaborate on numerous projects within the commercial, music video and short film formats. Cameron has a love for conveying stylised/heightened visuals or raw/honest stories with substance and that speak on the human experience or a shared experience.

An aspiring Viet/Australian R&B singer speaks her manifestations and dreams into the universe each morning. One day on her daily journey she stumbles into an alternate universe where her manifestations are realised on screen before her eyes.

Tell Me The Time is a poetic love letter to it's Asian and BIPOC viewers. The message is to persevere until BIPOC are properly represented in music, film, fashion and the media. To manifest and be the change. To not wait for someone else to change the narrative. Become the main character, be the change, trust and love yourself along the journey no matter how hard it is or long it takes. Also dream big.

Creative crew

1st AD Sophie Renae | 2nd AD Sean Fitzgerald | Directors Assisstant Musashi Wakaki | 1st AC Dave Fulham | Gaffer Nik Damiankis | Production Design — Emmanuelle Rose & Frankie Yacoubian | Hair & Make-up — Jade Diaz | Stylist Aoy Chermedd | Edit & Grade Nicholas Andrews | Data Mik Gojic | layback sound | Daniel Becke | Talent Kase Avila | Talent Gary Dryza

Watch ‘Tell Me The Time’ | Music Video shot on FX9

Watch ‘Tell Me The Time’ BTS

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