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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.



Event Overview
Join Sony’s Chief Engineer Richard Lewis live from their Pinewood office as he explains the exciting new features of the recently launched VENICE 2.  Based on the original VENICE, the new model comes with some impressive improvements in both ergonomics and imaging workflow. This full-frame digital cinema camera has a brand new 8.6K sensor with 16 stops dynamic range and a Dual Native ISO of 800 and 3200 plus internal X-OCN recording.
If you want to learn more and have your questions answered live by a Sony expert who was heavily involved in the development of VENICE 2.

Be part of the debate…

We are running a 45 minute session starting at 14:00 GMT. This webinar is fully interactive so there will be plenty of time for questions and answers. 

You will leave this session with:
  • In just 45 minutes you will learn:
  • How is it different to the original VENICE
  • Why it’s easier when using drones, gimbals, Steadicam
  • The benefits of 16-bit X-OCN recording
  • Lens mount flexibility
  • Powerful tools for colour management
  • High Frame Rate range
  • and much more…
Learn from and interact with Richard live to see if this new camera is for you! Who should attend:
This webinar is suitable for anyone who is interested in discovering the features of the new Sony VENICE 2. 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 cutting edge cinematography

Register now, even if you can’t make it we’ll send you the recording.

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Michael Cotes
Richard Lewis, Chief Engineer, Connected Content Acquisition, Sony Professional Solutions Europe.

Richard has worked for Sony for over 30 years. In that time he has been involved in the development of an array of Sony products and technologies, including the introduction of the Sony 4K Digital Cinema Projector, HDCAM SR, F23 and F35 Digital Cinema Cameras. Following this, Richard launched the F65 8K Digital Cinema Camera and provided Cinematography experience for the launch of the F55. In 2013, Richard began working in the Sony Digital Motion Picture Centre Europe, based at Pinewood Studios, where he worked on the early development of the VENICE, integrating it within camera crews and the entire post production chain.  He was also heavily involved in the development of VENICE 2.
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.
14:00 to 14:45 GMT