CO-FINANCED BY: KUJAWSKO-POMORSKIE REGION, MINISTRY OF CULTURE AND NATIONAL HERITAGE FROM PROMOTION OF CULTURE FUND AND POLISH FILM INSTITUTE
CANON AT CAMERIMAGE 2013
Monday November 11th, 2013
Canon has stuff to show at the Festival this year! For the first time in Europe, and only a couple of days after its world premiere, Canon 4K professional reference monitor, the 30-inch DP-V3010, will be presented. The company also invites to a seminar and a workshop conducted by their experts and world-class filmmakers. During one of them Franz Lustig will talk about his experience with EOS C300 camera.
On Monday, 18th November, at the Workshops Centre, University of Economy in Bydgoszcz, Building M, at 11:00, Franz Lustig will talk about shooting the most challenging scenes of How I Live Now with CANON EOS C300. Franz will roughly recreate a scene where electric power lines are cut after a nuclear blast. So a low lighting level will be involved. Wondering if a C300 can do the job? Modifications involved? Come and see this workshop.
On Friday, 22nd November, at the Congress Centre, Opera Nova, Seminar Room, from 4:30 PM to 6:00 PM, a Canon Seminar with Canon Poland, Canon Europe, and the special guest Filip Kovcin (FILMPRO founder) will take place. They will discuss the technical capabilities of Cinema EOS cameras, with Canon Log Gamma mode, Canon Cinema lenses or specific combination of C500 4K camera resolution with Canon RAW format.
Throughout the Festival you can also visit the Canon Booth in the Festival Center. Canon experts will present w whole range of Cinema EOS-series cameras, lenses and the brand new - Canon 4K professional reference monitor, the 30-inch DP-V3010 (you can learn more about it HERE).