NYC, 18 May: HDR in camera & post @ Deluxe

Hands-on with DVX200 & Varicams; HDR in post & production

[Update: registration info] Sometimes it’s worth the hassle to live in New York.  Next Wednesday, May 18th, Panasonic and Deluxe host a 3-hour event showing off the DVX200, Varicam LT, and Varicam 35; screening HDR footage; and discussing HDR (high dynamic range) post and production.

Panavised Varicam 35
A Panavised Varicam 35 at NAB 2016

Details from Panasonic’s Gregger Jones:

Please join us with Deluxe at 218 W 18th on the 12th floor on May 18.

This is a hands‐on event of three Panasonic 4K Cine Cameras: the AG‐DVX200 4K Camera, VariCam 35 4K Camera and the newly launched VariCam LT 4K Camera! This event includes HDR experts from Deluxe and technical experts from Panasonic to discuss HDR in Camera and Post, including, comparison of functions, production workflows (4K, HDR, & other), and how each affects your bottom line. See footage, and hands on the cameras and more. Register and learn about HDR, Deluxe and Panasonic VariCam.

The event is from 5:00–8:00pm on Wednesday, 18 May at Deluxe, 218 West 18th St in New York. Check in on the 12th floor; the event is on the 13th floor penthouse / roof deck — which almost sounds worth the trip by itself. The forecast calls for a chance of rain in the morning, ending by mid-day, with mid-60s temperatures by evening, so it looks like it’ll be quite pleasant. Dang, I wish I could be in NYC on the 18th.

Deluxe invitation 4K HDR Cine cameras

If you decide to attend, please contact Panasonic’s Jeffrey Lawson ( or 201-427-0610) to so he can plan to have enough food and drink.



The Usual Disclaimer: Nobody paid me to to publicize this event and there’s no material connection between me and Panasonic and/or Deluxe. I’m over 2,400 miles away (3,900 kilometers or 2,304,000 Smoots)  so I won’t even be able to freeload off the light food and drink.

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