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Panasonic DVX 200 Master Class with Bernie Mitchell
July 27, 2016 @ 10:00 am - 2:00 pmFree
Join Bernie Mitchell, Pro Video Evangelist and President of Silver Platter Productions, for a master class with the Panasonic DVX200.
Bernie will share his in-depth knowledge of the DVX200, the first in a new generation of large-sensor, multi-format professional camcorders capable of capturing 4K/UHD, HD and SD. Designed as a large-format camera system, the DVX200 provides that all-important aesthetic of shallow depth of field/selective focus, but with an integrated 13X zoom for easy control over image framing as well as the ability to track your subject even in fast action. This large-format 4/3” camcorder offers exceptional image quality in all modes, as well as unique workflow options — including a dual codec workflow found in the VariCam 35. Whether for cinematic or television production, sports, news acquisition or event acquisition, the DVX200 is a workhorse, offering the perfect blend of image quality, convenience and versatility.
*10am-2pm* This is an extended Learning Lab/Master Class with Lunch!
This event is FREE, but seating is limited.
DVX200 Master Class Syllabus – Created by Bernie Mitchell, Silver Platter Productions, Inc.
PART ONE: (POWERPOINT OVERVIEW)
Understanding 4K and UHD
Even SD Deliverables
Understanding Shallow Depth of Field
A. What it is
B. When to use it and when not to use it
What is Film Look?
A. How to Achieve this on the DVX200
Quick Overview of DVX200
B. V-Log L
PART TWO (HANDS ON)
Menu Walk Through
A. System Mode
B. SW Set-up
C. Auto SW
D. Audio Set Up
E. Output Set Up
F. Display Set Up
G. Other Function
Scene Files (how to create them)
A. What is Pre-loaded
B. How to modify them
C. How to download new scene files
D. How to create your own
Best Practices for Post
A. Copying Files
B. Importing into NLEs:
• Adobe Premier
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