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Section Meeting

Pacific Northwest Section Presents: Panasonic

Event Type: Section Meeting

Event Date: Wednesday, September 19, 2018 - 18:30 to 20:30


Fremont Studios

155 North 35th St

98103 Seattle, WA

United States

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Event Details: 

The topic of presentation is Panasonic Cinema VariCam and Multicam Cinema Mobile Production

CineLive and Varicam LT – Panasonic Cinema has recently developed a new tool for Live Events, concerts and broadcast called CineLive. Taking our VariCam LT 4K Cinema camera and adding our existing broadcast tools, enables Live or Live-to-Tape productions to attain a Cinematic look and feel. The VariCam LT's low light performance and colorimetry is a market leader, coupled with DTS 4K or Multidyne 1080 Fiber Optic and the HRP control systems, enabling remote control of the cameras and performing functions such as remote iris, full painting, and shading. Combining all of these amazing functions in the camera, as well as B4, PL, PV of EF lens mount options, make CineLive the perfect option for Live Events!

Fremont Studios Mobile Production – Scott Jonas of Fremont Studios will discuss how he determined that Panasonic Cinema VariCam is the best choice for his productions and unveil his new multicamera mobile production unit.

Presentation given by Laurence Nunn, Cinema Business Development Manager of Panasonic:

Laurence’s primary focus is to work directly with industry organizations, studios and camera rental houses to provide training and understanding of the VariCam Cinema product line. He also works closely with Directors of Photography to help them achieve their goal of beautiful cinematic images.

Laurence has been in the film industry for almost 30 years, working in both London and Los Angeles. Prior to joining Panasonic, Laurence was at Panavision in Los Angeles. His time there enabled him to get a very broad look at all facets of the film industry from Cinema to Broadcast, film to digital and encompassed many roles; most recently in technical marketing, where he worked with Camera Assistants and Directors of Photography to aid with questions and technical assistance. 

We anticipate your participation in this event, and encourage your continued support of the PNW SMPTE chapter, as we look forward to many more learning opportunities.

Beverages to be provided.

Parking at the event is available on the street or in lots near the facility