Creating and working with 8K and Full Frame: RedShark's Connect event in Amsterdam, Mon 17th September, 7-10pm

Written by David Shapton

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Don't miss the next RedShark Connect event on Monday 17th September in the vibrant and original city of Amsterdam. It's your chance to meet one-to-one with RED, Fujinon, Atomos, G-Technology, Adobe and Dell, all in a convivial rooftop loft space with spectacular night-time views over Amsterdam. Tickets are selling fast!

This is the event to go to if you want to spend time with some of the companies that are shaping the future of the moving image industry. It's taking place on September 17th at 7pm to 10pm at the A'DAM  tower on Amsterdam's riverside waterfront, just across the water from the Centraal Station. (There's a free and fast ferry from the Station). Although this is happening during IBC week, this is an event for everyone, whether you're going to IBC or not. 

The title of this RedShark Live event is "Creating and working with 8K and Full Frame", reflecting the trends towards higher resolution and shooting with full frame cameras. (Note that you should defintely still come if you're NOT shooting in 8K yet: this is precisely the point - to de-mystify higher resolution workflows). 

Get hands-on with full-drame, 8K digital cinema cameras from RED, Fujinon zoom and full-frame lenses, and Atomos HDR Monitor/raw recorders. See post production workflows in action with the storage experts G-Technology and post workflow pros from Adobe and Dell. 8K workflows are being used now and are surprisingly practical. At RedShark Live, in Amsterdam, you'll see how. 

All this at RedShark Connect: an event series designed for filmmakers who'd like to learn about their craft, and connect with their peers and industry technology experts. 

Come along for an evening of food, beer and cinema gear!

It's close becoming your last chance to get tickets for this event. Don't miss out! See you in Amsterdam!

Register here

RedShark's previous Connect event in Burbank - hosted at Canon's Burbank studios

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