Throughout the year, we offer a wide range of events to help film makers get their hands on the latest technology, learn a new skill and get ahead of the competition. Our events include new product launches, training workshops, Masterclasses from top DoP’s and interactive webinars.
All of these events have a practical bias, emphasising hands on learning from experts within the industry. Whether you are a complete novice or seasoned professional, we have events to suit all levels of skill and experience.
Based on the Zeiss Supreme primes, the Radiance lenses have a new T*blue coating enabling cinematographers to achieve consistent and controllable flares while maintaining contrast and avoiding transmission loss.
Designed for large format cameras they offer fast speed at T1.5 in a compact, light-weight package. They are warmer than the regular Supreme Primes but Zeiss feels that they still match very well which is why they left out the extreme focal lengths on both ends. Allowing you to mix and match as you see fit.
Seeing is believing
Come along and try out these lenses for yourself and discover way Zeiss lenses are proving very popular with cinematographers. See how they perform with a Sony VENICE camera and see for yourself the controllable consistent flares these lenses produce.
Held in a friendly and relaxed atmosphere you can chat with other attendees to understand if these lenses fit your requirements and what they think about the competition. This event will equip you with the practical knowledge and hands-on experience to know whether investing in these lenses is worth it, which accessories are best and which to avoid.
The day has one session with plenty of time for you to get your hands on the kit. Equipment being demonstrated includes the new Supreme Prime Radiance lenses plus the original Supremes for comparison purposes and the Sony VENICE camera.
- Tony Jones - Director- Lighting Cameraman/DoP/Editor/PD
- Paul Myles - Manager Multi Media Journalism Training BBC Academy
- Chris Morphet - Cameraman
- Michael Cotes
- Steve Vousden - News Craft Coordinator, BBC Wales
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- Moxey Imaging
- Dhruv Gadhvi - Cameraman
- Brian Marden Jones
- Rob Newton
- Kelvin Richard - DOP