This years NAB has been full of things to see. Sony's VENICE is a hot topic in cinematography right now, so we caught up with Peter Crithary to get down to the details on the VENICE camera. Among the things discussed are the the sensor design and dynamic range, colour science, how the dual ISO function works, the menu system design and much more.
09 Apr 2018
We interview Sony about all things VENICE [video]
- Written by RedShark News Staff
Jody Eldred interviews Peter Crithary, Marketing & Production manager at Sony, about all things VENICE!
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