Omega Broadcast is proud to present our SONY FS7II Workshop on February 28th, 2017 from 11AM-2PM. Event will include food and beverage provided by SPECS and a SONY drawing for an FS5 rental voucher!
Introduction to the FS7 Differences between the FS7 and FS7 II More information on the variable ND filter What is Rec-709, where did it come from and what that means in practical terms. Signal to noise ratio explained - why it’s important Exposing and shooting using Rec-709 Exposing and shooting with Hypergammas Exposing and shooting with S-Log2 and S-Log3 ISO - what does it really mean with an electronic camera and how should we use it Native ISO - what does it mean and why is it important Overview of the LUT’s included with the camera
Handling and backing up the media What is grading? Brief outline of different types of log workflows including the use of LUT’s, S-Curves or a color managed workflow (ACES, DaVinci color managed) HDR and future deliverables How to use the FS7 for HDR productions Rec-2020 - what are the practical applications (SDR and HDR)
***ATTENDEES WILL BE ELIGIBLE TO WIN A RENTAL VOUCHER FOR AN FS5 PACKAGE***
Winner will receive a one day rental of an FS5 package including: (1) PXW-FS5 Camera Body
(1) 28-135mm zoom lens OR Metabones EF to E adapter
(1) AC power supply
(1) Battery charger
(2) 64GB SD Memory Cards
(1) SD Card Reader
(1) Shotgun Microphone
(1) 75mm Tripod
***MUST BE PRESENT TO WIN***
Alister Chapman is cinematographer/producer/editor/colorist…. jack of all trades perhaps, that has worked in broadcast television since 1986. These days he works mainly as a cinematogrpaher, but in the past worked on many types of programmes from documentary to sports to drama as cameraman, editor and colorist. One of the very first shows he worked on was as a cameraman for the BBC’s "Top Gear”. In 1999 Alister’s production company gained a commission from National Geographic to produce a 1 hour special on severe weather and storm chasing. Since then Alister has been involved in all kinds of projects shooting natural extremes from Hurricanes and tornadoes to the northern lights. He now shoots high end stock footage for feature films, museum exhibits and TV productions. In recent years Alister has become well know for his ability to explain many of the advanced techniques used in modern film making in simple and easy to understand ways. He is in demand around the world as a trainer and educator and is a guest lecturer at universities in Europe and Asia. Alister is also known for his website xdcam-user.com which has become a valuable source of information for users of Sony cameras.