Panasonic 'capture the unexpected' by Atletico International, Berlin

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The ad positions the Lumix DMC-TZ7 as the perfect travel companion - highlighting its ability to capture both still images and videos in 'HD Lite' mode

Panasonic worked with the post-production company of the blockbuster 300BC, two world-class beatboxers and a professional dancer for the 3D motion element of the campaign, which sees the Statue of Liberty brought to life to the rhythm of beatboxing

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Released: 15 May 2009

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Credits

Project name
Capture the unexpected

Production Company
Tempomedia in Hamburg

Director
Karl Helzén, Sweden

Editor 
Samuel Danesi, Digital District in Paris

Post-production company
Digital District in Paris (3D animation)

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