Tuesday, September 25, 2012

A very busy Wednesday

Ever go for months with nothing to do on the weekend, and then get invited to three parties on the same day? That's what this week is shaping up to be. If you're in Boston this Wednesday, September 26, 2012, you can pick from several interesting events. I'd already posted about:

  • Learning Lab at Rule Boston Camera: The Impact of Cinema Cameras on a TV News Shooter at 10am
  • University of Massachusetts Boston Film Series showing of CRAZY HORSE at 7pm.

Now there's two more events worth checking out:

SMPTE New England4K Digital Cinematography—The Real WorldWith Juan Martinez, Sony Electronics at 6:30pm at Rule Boston Camera
Juan Martinez, Sony Senior Product Manager for Acquisition, will discuss 4K digital cinematography and how it relates to the real world. Mr. Martinez will talk about the imaging technology related to 4K, especially as it relates to the Sony equipment that he is responsible for, such as the NEX-FS700 camcorder.

Boston University Center for Digital Imaging ArtsCopyright Law – The Basics at Waltham Campus – Studio C at 6:30pm
In this interactive seminar, attorney Julia Harmatz McAneny will present information about the federal intellectual property rights known as Copyright and Trademark. Bring your questions, dispel myths, and find out how traditional laws have impacted new technology.

And if you're in Boston tonight, there's:

September 25BOSCPUG Meet: Boston Premiere of the Blackmagic Cinema Camera: 6:30 PM to 10:00 PM
Joining us from Blackmagic Design will be Bob Caniglia, who will lead off the evening with an engaging conversation on the new Blackmagic Cinema Camera. Bob will share with us the driving forces behind the decision to build a camera; what the Blackmagic Cinema Camera brings to the table, and differentiating features and functionalities of the camera itself.

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