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Where:
Webinar - 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.
When:
18/11/2020

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Event Overview
Alister Chapman is one of the lucky few to have spent some time with the new Sony FX6 camcorder. He has tested it extensively using charts and torture tests, but more importantly used it to shoot in a range of different and challenging environments. Find out what Alister learnt about this new and exciting compact  camcorder in this webinar.
 
If you want to find out what he discovered and have your questions answered live by someone who has actually used the camcorder join us on our webinar.

Be part of the debate…
  
We are running a 45 minute session starting at 11:00. This webinar is fully interactive so there will be plenty of time for questions and answers. 

You will leave this session with:
  • All the features of the FX6 camera
  • How is it different to the A7SIII and the FS5
  • Inputs and outputs, what can you connect to it?
  • What’s it like to shoot with - viewfinder, focus and exposure tools
  • How does it look - colour science
  • Sensitivity and low light performance
  • High frame rates and slow motion
  • Limitations - should you choose the FX6 or FX9?
Who should attend:
This webinar is suitable for anyone who is interested in discovering the features of the new Sony FX6. It is particularly relevant to people who are specifying cameras for video, TV or AV production. Independent filmmakers, DoP's, camera operators, freelancers, Producers, Directors, Head of Technology.
 
This event is a must for anyone interested in the Sony FX6 camcorder.
 
Register now, even if you can’t make it we’ll send you the recording. 

What attendees say..

"I really enjoyed the day found it so useful. All the staff we so friendly and informative."

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

"Many thanks for sending the link to catch up later - really useful Webinar."

Kelvin Richard - DOP

"Thanks for organising the event at Teddington. It was enjoyable and interesting and helpful. A big thank you to all your staff who participated."

Chris Morphet - Cameraman

"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

"Hi guys, watched the webinar. Just fantastic and so inspirational. Thank you all!"

Moxey Imaging

"Just wanted to thank you for a very interesting afternoon yesterday. Great tech knowledge from your guys and lots of hands on. A very worthwhile session."

Brian Marden Jones

"Thank you for yesterday's RAW/ Da Vinci Resolve webinar. It was excellent - well-presented and very useful for me."

Michael Cotes

"The rightful thanks entirely belong to Visual Impact for this superb opportunity to learn from the genius Aistair Chapman"

Dhruv Gadhvi - Cameraman

"Absolutely brilliant - one of the best webinars I have attended! Thanks also to Rob"

Twitter user

"Thanks again for a great day; it was very helpful & informative."

Paul Myles - Manager Multi Media Journalism Training BBC Academy
Alister Chapman 
Alister Chapman is a DoP with over 25 years of broadcast experience. In recent years he has worked on many Cinema and TV commercials, broadcast documentaries and is a leading supplier of stock footage for Discovery, National Geographic and the BBC Natural History Unit. In addition Alister has an excellent reputation as a trainer and instructor, he regularly runs workshops all over the world both independently as well as for many large organisations including Sony, JVC, SantaFe workshops, film schools, colleges and universities in Asia. He is a Sony ICE (Independent Certified Expert) covering Europe, Asia and the Middle East specialising in hand held cameras.
Webinar - 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.
11:00 to 11:45