Thursday 16th October 2014 – 7.30pm at Film Oxford
Micro Four Third Lenses and video production (+ Raffle)
Jim Gwilliam will be presenting a talk on Micro Four Third Lenses (M43) that are used on some video and stills cameras (including the Blackmagic pocket cinema camera).The M43 system design specification allows for smaller bodies to be designed, and the shorter flange focal distance means smaller lenses. Virtually any lens can be used on M43 camera bodies, as long as an adapter exists. The aim of M43 is to get DSLR like images without the bulky size of DSLR cameras.
Smaller and lighter cameras and camcorders can mean more creative freedom for camera operators and cinematographers. He will be bringing along a variety of lenses and adapters and explain how they are used and how they can be employed in video work to get the best results.
The talk will be on practical tips to get you up and going, and how to get great images, with these affordable lenses, (not the science behind them).
Second speaker Adam Hale (also on video production)
We will be holding the Adobe Group Raffle for everyone that attends. People will put their names into a hat and winner will be picked at random, Prize is one-year’s subscription to Adobe Creative Cloud (premiere, after effects, photoshop & 20+ more programs).
PLEASE RSVP HERE Digital Film Editors (Oxford) MEET-UP PAGE
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