Panasonic DVX200 & VariCam LT Fall 2016 Master Class
DVX200 Fall 2016 Master Class Outline
by Bernie Mitchell, Silver Platter Productions, Inc.
Come join Videotex and Panasonic as we explore 4K and Panasonic’s newest 4K offerings.
9:30 – 10:30 Presentation
10:30 – 12 Hand On Demonstrations
1. Understanding 4K and UHD
Even with SD Deliverables
2. Understanding Shallow Depth of Field
A. What it is
B. When to use it and when not to use it
3. What is Film Look?
A. How to Achieve this on the DVX200
4. Quick overview of DVX200
B. V-Log L
5. Wireless Communication
6. New features and shooting tips
1. New Sensor, New Technology
2. 14+ Stops of Dynamic Range
3. Dual Native ISO
What this means and the advantage it brings to shooting
4. Multiple recording Codec options
5. Easy to use control panel and focus assist tools
6. VariCam Color Management
Details on event location:
There is a public parking garage right across the street in front of our door on our side of the building. There is a one way street starting on the south side of the garage off Welch, goes around in front of the Union Building, and then passes our building on the north side of the garage going back to Welch.
Go in our doors across from the garage and the studios will be right there.
The event is in Room 184.
President, Silver Platter Productions, Inc.
Bernie is an Emmy nominated Producer/Director/Writer/Editor, Multimedia Person of the year, and DVD Association Hall of Fame member. He is a past member of the Television Academy and was a Disc Jockey in the golden days of free form radio.
His experience includes; overall responsibility for the launch of a global hi-def TV, Radio and Web network, numerous broadcast and cable productions, and running his own marketing, consulting and multimedia production company. Bernie also wrote a book and survived the dot.com madness. Oh and by the way, he managed to be a good father and husband, apparently.
Bernie is currently the Pro Video Evangelist for Panasonic focusing on 4K and P2 cameras and workflows. He tests new cameras and provides feedback to the product management team and trains resellers and end users around the country.
He has shot many hours of high definition, 3D and 4K images all over the world. He has published articles, presented lectures and workshops, both domestically and internationally. He covered the Idiatrod Race, being on the frozen trail for 20 days from Anchorage to Nome Alaska, shooting in minus 67 degrees. He has also shot in the deserts of Arabia at 120 degrees.
His favorite shoot is the one he is currently working on.
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