24th September 2014
Just a reminder, there's less than a week to go until our mega IBC Roundup Day.
Seminar timings are as follows:
10am - Coffee and Registration
11am - Phil Coates - In Expert Hands: Getting to grips with the XF200/205. Followed by a Q&A Session.
12pm - Damien King - DEFY with Us: A breakdown of gimbal systems available, balancing demos, and interactive training.
1pm - Lunch
2pm - Phil Coates - Streaming and Remote Control: Wireless monitoring and control with the XF205.
3pm - Atomos - Introduction to their range of external recorders. Followed by a Q&A session.
4pm - Sebastian Kanabar - The Spectrum Gap: Looking at colour analysis of LED sources. Bring your LED fixtures for testing!
New manufacturers added:
We'll have Blackmagic Design with the new Ursa, Panasonic with the 4K GH4 and HC-X1000, and Sony with the 4K PXW-X70. As well as everything mentioned above, this will be an opportunity to see the latest launches from Canon, including the XF200 and XF205, and 7D Mark II. We'll also have their highly regarded CN7x17 Servo Zoom lens.
New lighting technology from Hexolux, Lowel, BB&S Lighting, NILA, and Dedolight will be on show. BB&S will expand their range of high accuracy LED fixtures with the Flyer, a dedicated LED softlight. Nila will be showing the Zaila, Boxer, and Varsa. Lowel will be showing the Lowel Prime Location, an innovative, weatherproof LED panel, as well as the Pro Power LED, their compact focusable head. Dedolight will be here to show their ever expanding range of focusable LEDs, including the new DLED2, and DLED9.
There’ll also be plenty of accessories to play with. If you’re looking for somewhere to put all this shiny new kit, we’ll have a new range of cases from Orca Bags, including their well-reviewed audio cases. There’ll also be monitors from Small HD, and gimbals from Defy. The day is free to attend, but it would help us greatly if we knew you were coming. Simply follow this link or e-mail us to register.
Unfortunately we are unable to provide onsite parking for this event, although we are very well served by public transport. By tube take the District line to Gunnersbury Station, a 5 minute walk away. Also, buses 391, H91, 237, 267, & 424 stop at the top of Power Road. Alternatively there are Pay & Display Parking options around Power Road and Chiswick.