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Event Summary

Streaming event - This is a live event via the internet, we will send you a link and details on how to join the webinar nearer to the time.



Event Overview
Sony has introduced many wireless functions to its PXW range of camcorders. These can be a bit of a mystery to the non-technical, so Neil Thompson, Sony Independent Certified Expert and long-time camera engineer will explain how they work, and what they can do in 3 separate 30min sessions.

Part 2
•    Using an FX9 and a PXW-Z280 we’ll demonstrate
•    Remote control of your camera
•    Streaming
•    File transfer to the Cloud

Be part of the debate…
We are running a 30 minute session starting at 11:00. This webinar is fully interactive so there will be plenty of time for questions and answers. Who should attend:
This webinar is suitable for anyone who is interested in discovering the features and benefits of wireless workflow. Independent filmmakers, DoP's, camera operators, freelancers, Producers, Directors, Head of Technology.
This event is a must for anyone interested in wireless workflow
Register now, even if you can’t make it we’ll send you the recording.

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Dhruv Gadhvi - Cameraman

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Kelvin Richard - DOP

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Tony Jones - Director- Lighting Cameraman/DoP/Editor/PD

"Just a quick note to say thanks for the Sony PMW-200 Masterclass.... It was not only great to learn more about the PMW200, but also to meet the other attendees."

Steve Vousden - News Craft Coordinator, BBC Wales

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Neil Thompson
After a few years as an engineer for the BBC at Ealing studios and TV Centre Neil Thompson joined Sony in 1989.
Working in product engineering, technical support and product management roles he was particularly involved in the establishment of digital cinematography with Digital Betacam, HDCAM and the F35, and helping to establish the dominant market share of BVP and HDC cameras in live production.
Since 2001 his work for Sony has been on a part time contract basis, until going freelance in 2012. Now doing training, systems engineering, small scale manufacturing and working as a Sony ICE.
In summary, he's spent a lot of time tinkering with cameras. For the last 25 years he's been supporting production crews and sales teams in the field, preparing marketing material, events and exhibitions, training end users and engineers, and managing the introduction of new products. Starting with the first generation of CCD cameras at the BBC, right through to the current '4K with everything' world.
Streaming event - This is a live event via the internet, we will send you a link and details on how to join the webinar nearer to the time.