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An Exploration of Phantom Miro - New York
Thursday, June 14, 2012 from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM (ADT)
New York, NY
Join us on June 14, 6-8pm, for An Exploration of Phantom Miro. The Phantom Miro M320S boasts a small form factor, affordable price point, uncompromised image quality and ultra high-speed capability. The event will be both fun and informative, with a live camera demonstration and a panel discussion with DPs who have used the Phantom Miro.
Steve Romano is a DP/Cameraman and DIT based out of New York City with a background in special effects and commercial production. Steve is true a Phantom camera pioneer, working with the cameras since the introduction of the original Phantom HD. Steve is a member of Local 600 and last year won the Emerging Cinematographer Award grand prize for a short film called String Theory, directed by Zach Gold.
Jim Geduldick is a cinematographer, editor and visual effects artist. He got his start in filmmaking through his first passions, skateboarding and snowboarding. Jim has embraced experimental and emerging technologies in filmmaking and post-production. Some recent work has been for LG, Gizmodo, Tronic Studios, Goldrun, Mercedes-Benz and 2011's breakout film from Brain Farm Cinema and Redbull, The Art of Flight.
Come see for yourself why, with speeds up to 1540 fps at 1920x1080, a 12-bit, 2 Megapixel CMOS sensor and extraordinary sensitivity, Miro M320S is the ultimate combination of performance and affordability.