Following the tremendous success of the past two years, Media Technology Day has been firmly established as one of the must-attend events of the year. Back by popular demand, Media Technology Day returns for the third consecutive year on Thursday, October 31st. The event is brought to you by the Procam Group – Procam, Procam NY, Take 2, Procam Projects and TLS – and supported by Televisual.
Held at the Ham Yard Hotel in Soho, this all-day industry event features a compelling line-up of seminars and panels where you’ll hear from more than 30 expert speakers in ten high impact sessions across the day, and for the first time ever in the UK, see with your own eyes the first demonstration of Dolby Vision Tunnelling. The inspiring and practical presentations and panel discussions include: creating engaging short-form and long-form content for a digital audience; what's in demand with leading UK factual commissioners; a topical discussion on the resurgence of film; best practice HDR for high-end production from capture through grade; the benefits of full frame acquisition; and plenty of case studies showcasing some of the last year’s most remarkable productions and recent product launches.
Join us on Thursday, October 31st for this FREE to attend event, comprised of:
We are thrilled to offer you the exclusive opportunity to get your hands on the latest technology in the market. ARRI is showcasing amazing creative possibilities with its new ALEXA Mini LF & Signature Prime lenses on Trinity and SRH-3. Canon will present its latest full frame cinematography offering. Meanwhile, Panasonic comes with VariCam line-up, EVA 1 and their new live production and PTZ cameras. RED Digital Cinema is leading with its new RANGER with MONSTRO 8K VV, an integrated Large Format camera system made for top-tier production use. Sony leads with the VENICE with its exceptional low light sensitivity and 6K Full Frame sensor. Sony focuses on Full Frame content acquisition allowing attendees to get hands-on with the brand new FX9 6K Full Frame camera as well as the VENICE v4.0, bringing high frame rate functionality and the 'Rialto' extension kit for unrivalled creative flexibility.
The latest cinema and television lenses will all be on display as well. Cooke Optics is presenting their Spherical and Anamorphic/i Full Frame lens series with /i metadata updates. Fujinon is showcasing their brand new Premista 28-100 and 80-250mm T2.9 Large Format Cine Zoom Lenses. Sigma leads with their competitively priced full frame and S35 cine lenses EF cine-lenses and cine-zooms. Zeiss comes with a new range of unique lenses and the latest Supreme Prime focal lengths, and TLS brings a selection of its most popular rehoused vintage glass.
Litepanels is presenting its Gemini RGBWW LED soft panel range with the latest Anton/Bauer batteries and Sachtler’ Flowtech tripods. Global Distribution will be showcasing Atomos, G-Tech and Symply – Atomos and their Neon series, the Cinema grade HDR Monitor/Recorders, providing support for HDR pipelines from lens to final master delivery. Their own brand Symply offer a unique blend of enterprise-class five nines reliability storage with embedded StorNext®6. Driving Plates is showcasing their updated library with new content from all over the UK along with upgrades to the rig including enhanced monitoring, 10-bit 4k 4:2:2 and upcoming train plate options.