On Feb. 20th Adorama Pro and Adorama Rental Company brought you An Evening with David Leitner: Shooting In 4K: Is It Right For You? David Leitner is a producer and DP who very informatively gave us a rundown of what 4K is exactly. “4K is just a number” he said, “all it does really is […]
Blackmagic Design announced that they will finally start shipping the 4K Production Camera that debuted six months ago. But in what seems to be a Blackmagic tradition the price has been dropped by a thousand dollars! For those of us who remember Red‘s long forgotten promise of 3K for 3K this is a really special day! […]
Join Adorama on Wednesday, February 26th at Adorama’s event space at 55 West 17th Street in Manhattan, along with acclaimed film producers Josh and Jason Diamond who will provide an overview of the new Blackmagic Production Camera 4K, reviewing their work and discussing the process of shooting in 4K. Guests will be given hands-on time […]
Join Adorama and David Leitner for an evening exploring 4K at Adorama on February 20th at 6pm. David Leitner, a director of photography known for his documentary work including For All Mankind andTrembling Before G-d, will discuss his experience and knowledge of shooting in 4K versus non-4K. David will show footage from his own projects, explaining […]
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Adorama will be hosting a FREE event with world-renowned photographer and filmmaker John Huba on Thursday, October 10th at 55 West 17th Street, NYC. Doors open at 430pm, and sessions are scheduled for 5pm, 6pm, and 7pm. Light refreshments will be served. Huba will demonstrate the revolutionary hybrid method of combining photo and video at this […]
AdoramaPro was at Nolcha Fashion Week, New York's leading showcase for independent fashion designers, which featured the Canon EOS-1D C. Take a look at what 4K can bring to your next project.
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