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Live streaming event - This is a live video streaming event via the internet, we will send you a link and details on how to join nearer to the time.
When:
10/02/2022

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Event Overview
Join Alister Chapman on this live streaming event as he outline’s the main features of the Venice 2 and what makes it different from the original Venice camera. Alister is one of the lucky few to have spent some time using the camera and shooting footage for this event. 
With many face to face events continuing to be postponed or cancelled it has been difficult for many to actually get to see a Venice 2 camera “in person”. And while this live stream isn’t the same as seeing the camera for yourself, we will have a VENICE 2 in the studio hooked up to the live feed so that participants can ask Alister to press the buttons or try things out on their behalf. 

Topics covered include:
  • What are the key differences between the original Venice camera and Venice 2?
  • Do I really need an 8.6K sensor and what can that do for me?
  • Why choose Venice 2 over the competition?
  • How do you use the 2 base ISO’s and is there anything you need to know about noise levels or exposure at the high base ISO?
  • How easy is it to work with the X-OCN files and the AXS media?
Be part of the debate…
We are running a 90 minute session starting at 11:00. This event is fully interactive so there will be plenty of time for questions and answers. Who should attend:
This streaming event is suitable for anyone who is interested in discovering the features of the VENICE 2 camera. It is particularly relevant to people who are specifying Full Frame 4k 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 VENICE 2 camera
 
Register now, even if you can’t make it we’ll send you the recording. 
 
Live streaming event - This is a live video streaming event via the internet, we will send you a link and details on how to join nearer to the time.

What attendees say..

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Steve Vousden - News Craft Coordinator, BBC Wales

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

Moxey Imaging

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

Michael Cotes

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

Twitter user

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

Kelvin Richard - DOP

"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

"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

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

Paul Myles - Manager Multi Media Journalism Training BBC Academy

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

Dhruv Gadhvi - Cameraman

"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
Alister Chapman 
Alister Chapman is a UK based cinematographer with over 30 years of experience in broadcast television and film production. He has filmed and produced content for everything from corporate video to TV news, adventure sports to feature films. During his career he has always worked at the cutting edge of new technologies including stereoscopic and early HDR production as well as developing some of the very first miniature cameras for motorsports. As well as working as a cinematographer Alister has extensive post production experience, helping to establish one of the UK's first professional non-linear edit facilities where he then worked as an editor and colourist. Today, Alister produces high end demo content for TV manufacturers, stock footage that is frequently used in feature films and natural history specials, as well as many short films. Alister is a Sony Ambassador and runs the independent website xdcam-user.com where he openly shares his many years of experience and knowledge.
Live streaming event - This is a live video streaming event via the internet, we will send you a link and details on how to join nearer to the time.