WEITER with PMW-F55 from Band Pro

DoP Max Penzel setting up the PMW-F55 for the WEITER video clip

German DoP Max Penzel lived through some eventful days in April 2013. Together with the band “WEITER”, the DP made the video clip for their new album according to their motto: Good morning Germany! Depri was yesterday, today it's WEITER.

For the recording in the Munich Bavaria Studios Max was supported by Band Pro with a Sony PMW-F55 inclusive V-Mount Plate, batteries and power supply, a MovCam rig including accessories and five Sony lenses.


"WEITER. (move/further on)." Martine-Nicole Rojina and Oliver Wrage form the front duo of the band, which is complemented by Mathias Götz on trombone, Stefan Dittlein on drums, Hannes Hajdukiewicz on guitar and Tom Jahn at the keys.

WEITER: refreshing, challenging and motivating at the same time

WEITER mix sounding pop beats with impulsive synth melodies and refine the whole thing with the multi-faceted voice of their lead singer Martine. Refreshing “Wachrüttel”-statements supported by lots of vigor and vitality in almost every ear fix. WEITER defines the look out of the box, where the search for motivating and WEITERsounding and WEITERslinging German pop music stops.

Permit, we are WEITER.


Singer, multi-instrumentalist and songwriter Martine-Nicole Rojina was the front woman of the successful electro-pop act Marsmobil and thus gained her first international merit to Kruder & Dorfmeister's G-Stone label in Vienna.


Client: Universal Records GmbH, Steffi Zoll
Produktion: Great Stuff GmbH, Erik May
Director/DoP: Max Penzel
Producer: Erik May, Hannes Heidenreich

Styling: Tina Zumbansen
Equipment: Selda Kavoluk
Make-Up: Coco (Unique Make Up)
1st AC: Marcus Beierlein
Gaffer / OB: Striezl
VFX: Florian Decker
Editor: Matthias Dörfler
Rental & Studio: Cine Mobil GmbH
Studio: Bavaria Film STUDIO 6
Post-Production: Scanwerk München