Educating NYC's Digital Filmmakers

Mopictive November Meeting

Thursday, November 8, 2012
6:30 - 8:30 pm
Doors Open At 6:00 pm


Presented by AJA Systems



Meeting Details

The NYC Debut of the Blackmagic Cinema Camera!
And More!


Jay Ignaszweski

From our Platinum Sponsor, the introduction of the KiPro Quad. 4K/QHD/2K/HD solid state recorder for $4000

Andrew Finkel

Andrew's Audio Corner

A new Mopictive feature. Our member Andrew Finkel will have some audio tips, tricks and toys for us at most of our meetings. This month it's Que Audio Sniper, Audio inputs on Blackmagic camera, SoundDevices 664 multi-track recorder, and 15/20 mon max.

And the feature event of the evening from about 7:00pm to 8:30 pm...

The Diamond Brothers



It's been the talk of the industry since its introduction at NAB 2012.
Now come see the camera, learn its workflow, and see amazing examples of footage from The Diamond Brothers.

Josh and Jason Diamond are New York based filmmakers with a ton of awards to their credit and are wildly creative guys. They have been shooting with one of the first release versions of the Blackmagic Cinema Camera and at our meeting will show off their camera as well as their work.

Because of the important nature of this meeting, this will be the primary presentation of the evening following the introduction by our Platinum Sponsor AJA Systems,

Areas To Be Covered:

Actual graded camera footage with of course Q&A

A physical tour of the camera with whatever accessories show up. Their camera is the original Canon EF mount model so we will see Canon lenses, external power accessories and a rig. Maybe more.

DNG workflow. Recording Raw DNG in camera and workflow to edit.

ProRes / DNxHD workflow.

For anyone interested not just in the physical camera itself but also in seeing excellent examples of cinematography with the BMCC, this is a meeting not to miss.

 

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