Director Brett Danton has wrapped a 60-second spot for the new Jaguar F-PACE performance SUV shot on the Canon C200. Danton and DP Ashleigh Carter, opted to use Canon EOS C200 and EOS C700 Cinema cameras, a range of Canon EF and Cine lenses for the shoot, along with the Canon DP-V1710 4K UHD reference display for on-set monitoring.
Netflix and the Australian Broadcast Corporation (ABC) have partnered to produce a new comedy series, The Letdown. The series was shot by cinematographer Judd Overton with Panasonic VariCam LT cameras, chosen for their look, especially naturalistic skin tones.
In the five months since The Broadcast Bridge published Frank Beacham’s article discussing Using the iPhone for Professional Video there have been many world events that offered ideal opportunities to cover events with smartphones rather than traditional ENG camcorders. Opportunities where the camera or camera/newscaster would have been far safer shooting with a cellphone.
NHL’s Nashville Predators are using a new JVC GY-HM200SP 4KCAM sports production camcorder to record video of home games for coaches. Designed for single-camera sports coverage, the camera produces a real-time score overlay on recorded or streamed video output without the use of an external CG or production switcher.
Production company Lucky 8 TV has used Panasonic VariCam LT 4K camcorders to shoot season two of Science Channel original series “Secrets of the Underground.” The second season premiered October 28.
Georgia State University (GSU) opened the school’s $22.5 million, world-class media center, the Creative Media Industries Institute (CMII) on October 19. Panasonic will play an integral role in CMII through the provision of a broad array of professional video and display equipment, and through the company’s sponsorship of a marquee seminar series, “Bursts of Excellence,” featuring the filmmaking industry’s top above-and-below-the-line talent.