RED Camera Zoom Session

Please note* Date has been updated.
Saturday, August 14 2021 1:30PM – 3:00PM via Zoom

Registration $30 – Click here and choose “Red Camera Session” from the list of courses

Members and permits of IATSE 856 will have their registration fee 100% covered by the generous support of the Joyce Wold Fund
Members and permits of IATSE 856 please e-mail mauro@filmtraining.mb.ca

Please register before 2pm Friday, August 13, 2021.

If you’re in the film and TV industry, it’s always a good idea to have knowledge of different camera systems. It can help you anticipate the needs of the cast and crew — even if you don’t work in the camera department. This can help you can maximize your contribution to the productions you work on.

FTM would love to help you familiarize yourself with the entire RED Arsenal. Join James Lucarelli for a virtual presentation as he highlights the key features & benefits of shooting with a RED camera system. Learn more about the technological advantages you gain from RED cameras and see why the new KOMODO 6K is the perfect addition to your arsenal for both motion and stills.

RED ARSENAL CAMERAS:

KOMODO:

  • Global Shutter
  • Small Form Factor
  • Lens and Media Compatibility

DSMC2  & RANGER Sensor:

  • MONSTRO
    • RED’s flagship sensor
    • 8K FF and 6K s35 modes
  • HELIUM – 8k/FPS/VFX/stills/ down res punch in for docu/sports/surf/wildlife
    • Award Winning 8K s35 Sensor
  • GEMINI – 5k/Low light/outdoors/ live events
    • Dual Sensitivity, Least amount of Crop for HFR

And a Q&A session to cap off the workshop

About the Instructor:

James Lucarelli knows RED cameras well, but he also knows a whole lot about the industry. With over 15 years of cinema sales and professional on-set experience, James has evolved into a technical and creative go-to in the high-end digital film revolution. He continues to raise the bar by combining traditional filmmaking with advanced technologies.


FTM is a member of the Province of Manitoba’s sector council program funded through the Department of Economic Development and Training. FTM builds a highly skilled and adaptable film industry workforce to support the activities of Manitoba production companies. FTM collaborates and partners with members of the film and television industry to identify training needs to support workforce development output.

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