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RX0 Video Challenge - win a Sony pro video kit worth approx. €5,000
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Header.jpgRX0 Video Challenge

Win a Sony pro video kit worth approx. €5,000

We’re calling on you to get creative! Our new video competition is a unique opportunity to show the world your film-making talents – as you put our innovative new camera, the RX0, to the test.

You could win professional 4K video kit to help you step up the quality of your video production. The top prize is worth approx. €5,000 – find out more below!



The Winners

Congratulations to all participants that have showed their creativity and skills  in the RX0 Video Challenge. Out of the 39 European entrants, our panel of video professionals have decided on the  following winners:


1st – Winner of a A7S II + 28-135mm F/4 video lens: "Move On" - Germany

"Good Rhythm, Good choice of scenery" Ludoc

"A very artistic and creatively shot film about movement with beautiful light and unique elements." Andreas Fernbrant

“Very artistic movie - perfect use of dsc-rx0 with huge variety of perspectives and dimensions” Simon Usteri


2nd – Winner of a A6300 + 18-105mm F/4 lens: “Emotions” - Italy

"Great video idea, good editing and good choice of music - Really good use of the Sony RX0" - Ludoc

"Great use of the RX0, technically really well put together. " Perspective Pictures


3rd – Winner of a A6300 + 18-105mm F/4 lens: “Hooray for Aura” - Belgium

"Really cool editing, a lot of good framing ideas" Ludoc

“Great camera angels - perfect use in fixing the cam under the skateboard” Simon Usteri


4th – Winner of a A6300 + 18-105mm F/4 lens: “Through her eyes” - France

"Visually really interested, felt as though the piece took the audience on a journey. Felt very natural." Perspective Pictures

"Good editing in rhythm with the music beat!" Ludoc


5th - Winner of a A6300 + 18-105mm F/4 lens: “Kitchen” - France

"Artistic short film with interesting visual themes" Andreas Fernbrant

"Very creative, good use of practical effects. Created/told a really interesting narrative." Perspective Pictures



Honorable mentions - 6th to 10th place


6th MTB Playground

Edgar Hans


7th The Mountain is Calling

Shred Elements


8th BALADE NATURE - Dans les Puys

Skope Pictures


9th Heroes of BAJA RALLY

BxB-Studio J&B


10th Dutch skydive record Headdown





Meet the judges

Ludoc - France  Ludoc.jpg
Film director and art director who has worked on numerous short movies, commercial assignments and sponsored web content including the successful online channel Studio Bagel. When he is not working, Ludoc spends his time traveling, documenting and sharing his adventures from all over the world.



Andreas Fernbrant - Sweden  Andreas-Fernbrand.jpg
Andreas Fernbrant is a professional photographer and filmmaker from Sweden specializing in alternative photography techniques. Andreas has over 15 years of experience and is a Sony European Imaging Ambassador and a Sony Independent Certified Expert.



Perspective Pictures - UK  Perspective-Pictures.jpg
Perspective Pictures is a digital-first, video production company based in North London. With the aim of creating the most interesting, well optimised and effective video content for online. Working on ads, events, documentaries, short films, music videos, crowdfunding films, 360 videos, and commercial projects across Europe, North America, South Asia, and North Africa.'

Judging led by Rupert Rixon.



Simon Usteri - Switzerland  Simon-Usteri.jpg
Simon usteri is in the thick of it - with his curious and adventurous style, he discovers images from new perspectives and daring angles, creates fresh and catchy moments and merges them into a film experience that remains unforgettable. Simon has extensive experience in video thanks to his successful commercial and documentary work.




Other participants in the competition


Dreams come true

Film Wagon


Le Mouvement

KAM Production



Antonio Labuhar


No limit

burger show


Epic Mountain

Flo & Antho


Anonymität in der Gesellschaft

Journey Glimpse


Go Hard



A Costa Brava Swimrun adventure 2018

Swimrun videos Team Saumon


#endplasticpollution - A plastic fairy tale



Migration, vitesse lente

Bertr LozTango


Parkour Day

Miłosz Michałowski


Projekt Z.O.S.I.A.

Imagenarium Studio



michał Bojara



Guido Fruscoloni


A Dog's Day



Das Meer von Morgen



Behind the Beauty of Things

Ihab Mokayed


THERSICORE latin dance of nature



Ice and fire

Kai Fredriksen


While This Slow Town Sleeps

Familiar Stranger






A&A Film


Défi vidéo Sony RX0 2018

alex migot


Thailande 201803



1000 fps boxing slow motion Superhero







How can I aply to participate?
Community Team

Hi Daniel,


Just fill in the application form that can be found behind the button.




Loving this challenge, and working on the full-length version, so this how far we have gotten yet. 
On the RX0 cameras, I am truly impressed: 
- They can take the punishment, and keep on shooting
- Image quality, even in poor lighting is really good - The slow-motion shots are done at 1200 iso, then cleaned up a little and upscaled to 1080. 

That they can be run of regular phone emergency charger... Norwegian winter is a battery killer, so that ended up saving the shot.

Second contest entry, and the final edit of the fire dancers, we called the video Ice and Fire. 

All performers are from Norway, mostly members of Cloudlight Fire tribe, while the music is from the Finnish Dark folk band Uinuos. 
Slow motion is filmed at 240 fps, at 640-1200 iso, while regular film is filmed at 200-500 iso. 

We have applied some post production to remove digital noise, colour correct, and other minor tweaks, but honestly. The RX0 was a superb performer, and I loved how "in danger" we could put it. (Under some scenes we did put it in a protective cage, as for instance, steel wool burns extremely hot and left the protective cage pitted and marked)


I am highly impressed for the Sony RX0 camera that was loaned to me. The slow motion simply breathtaking. I did shoot 1000 fps PAL for slow motion (Outputted to 50 fps makes a ultra smooth 20 times slow motion.) and normal speed footage was naturally at 50 fps. It made my dream come true so thank you Sony! Certain motions of punch are simply too fast for the naked eye to analyze.


Since RX0 is so compact, it is very easy to track subjects rapidly moving in the frame. For example when punching the dummy and especially with closeup you need really to be able to move the camera and for that it is just perfectly suited.


Here is my video where I display the impulse-momentum theorem. That is impulse is force*time (force = mass*acceleration) which results change of momentum (momentum is mass*velocity) by punching 120 kg dummy. In boxing terms the strikes are heavy handed that is ability to cause displacement. They will not break object like a extremely high force strike (sharpness of the blow) would like breaking a board which goes over its material tolerance threshold instead it will move the object. In boxing jargon, it is the ability to cause knockout by moving the head. By using the dummy simulator the neck and head movement especially is captured in its frame by frame shock wave travelling through the target causing twists and turns and great motions.


Please enjoy watching and thank you!

Hi everyone!

This is my contribution, I hope you like it.

Here's our entry! London at night, through the eyes of a photographer; and an RX0.

Thank you for this challenge! The RX0 is a lot of fun to work with!
Check out some underwater slow-mo



Shred Elements is always searching for new adventures and moments that last for a long time.
Combining different sports is one of the best things in life for us.
In this video we show the beauty and awesomeness of our mountains which offer us the perfect playground for our activities.
This video was shot with the Sony RX0 which handles these situations with ease.

The Mountain is Calling | Sony RX0 Video Challenge

Here is my video from the Faroe Islands:

Great content here so far! It was a challenge to film with the RX0 when you are used to bigger Sony cameras but the camera has its benefits for certain applications and with a little extra help and a lot off tape I was able to mount it on my drone for aerials as well.


this is my video with sony rx0