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Introducing VENICE. Sony’s Next Generation CineAlta Motion Picture Camera. Sponsored Session By Sony


Introducing VENICE. Sony’s Next Generation CineAlta Motion Picture Camera. Sponsored Session By Sony

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15 Sep 2017

The history of digital motion picture camera technology started in 1999 when Sony released the first 24p digital motion picture production system.

Now, Sony proudly introduces VENICE, its next-generation CineAlta motion picture camera system with forward thinking full frame sensor, phenomenal colour science and user-friendly operation. 

Join us for this special screening of the first short films created with VENICE and hear from special guests who were the first to put this landmark new camera to the test.

Sony CineAlta – Emotion in Every Frame.

Peter Sykes, Strategic Technology Development Manager - Sony Professional Solutions Europe
Ed Wild B.S.C, Director of Photography
Sebastian Leske, Product Specialist & Marketing Manager Cinematography, Sony Professional Solutions Europe - Sony Europe
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