Get Free Canon Training at Next|Video Expo

Attendees of this year's conference are invited to attend a series of free Canon training sessions which will delve into Canon's DSLRs, Cinema EOS line, and the Canon C300 in particular.
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Attendees of this year's Next|Video Conference + Expo, taking place October 1-3 at the Pasadena Convention Center, are invited to attend a series of free Canon training sessions which will delve into Canon's DSLRs, Cinema EOS line, and the Canon C300 in particular.

Sessions include:

Wednesday, October 1st

11:00am - 12:15pm: Integrating DSLRs into a Cinema EOS Production
Learn how to use Canon DSLRs in conjunction with Canon Cinema EOS digital cinema cameras for all levels of production. Discover how to optimize both production and post-production workflows when using the wide range of Canon cameras. Cover the true strengths of the Canon DSLRs and how they can complement the Cinema EOS series.

12:30pm - 1:45pm: Quick Start: EOS C300 for Documentary and Event Filmmakers:
Learn how the Canon EOS C300 complements the run-and-gun nature of documentary and event filmmaking. This class will examine the essential camera settings all documentary and event filmmakers need to know, and look at some essential third party accessories for rigging and audio that are sure to make production easier.

3:15pm - 4:30pm: Demo by Candlelight: Examining the Low Light Performance of Cinema EOS:
Participate in a series of low light obstacle courses as the EOS C100 and EOS C300 flex their light sensitive sensors. Watch as the cameras are pushed to their limits to create beautiful and practically lit low-light scenes. Learn the endless possibilities of the Cinema EOS low light technology, and discover new sources of light you may have never imagined.

Thursday, October 2nd

11:00am - 12:15pm: Integrating DSLRs into a Cinema EOS Production
Learn how to use Canon DSLRs in conjunction with Canon Cinema EOS digital cinema cameras for all levels of production. Discover how to optimize both production and post-production workflows when using the wide range of Canon cameras. Cover the true strengths of the Canon DSLRs and how they can complement the Cinema EOS series.

12:30pm - 1:45pm: Quick Start: EOS C300 for Documentary and Event Filmmakers:
Learn how the Canon EOS C300 complements the run-and-gun nature of documentary and event filmmaking. This class will examine the essential camera settings all documentary and event filmmakers need to know, and look at some essential third party accessories for rigging and audio that are sure to make production easier.

3:15pm - 4:30pm: In Camera Looks: Painting an In Camera Look with Cinema EOS:
All productions are fast; however some must be faster. Dive into the “Custom Picture” menu of Cinema EOS and learn how to build an in-camera look in a matter of hours instead of days in post.

Register for Next|Video Conference + Expo here.

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