This year's BVE exhibition brings the visitor face-to-face with DSLRs technology for the first time, as well as a treasure trove of and new accessories. The show is also delighted to announce free education on getting top results from the leading DSLR cameras.
Two years ago it was assumed that DSLR cameras would eventually capture HD video. So when camera manufacturers launched the first generation with moving image capture, it was no big surprise. The target audience the marketing spoke of was the paparazzi. This seemed to make complete sense. One year on and this laissez-faire attitude to DSLR video has been stopped dead in its tracks. The DSLR has arrived in the production community with a bang and made an impact that it could never have dreamt of with prize-winning DOPs and cinematographers shooting beautiful films on DSLRs.
BVE 2010 runs at Earls Court 2 on 16-18 February. New to this year's show are a number of DSLR features that will help the video, TV and film world get to grips with the camera technology:
- The TV-Bay DSLR Focus Feature: get hands on with the latest fully-pimped cameras and shoot action shots in a variety of lighting conditions. The experts from specialist dealer Park Cameras will be close by to answer any questions on the cameras.
- Production Theatre: DSLR Cinematography Workshop featuring Philip Bloom & Den Lennie of the F-Stop Academy runs each day of the show
- A new series of seminars runs on Thursday 18th February:
10.45 DSLR Accessorising - film tools Tiffen
11.30 Beginners Guide to Video DSLR F-Stop Academy
12.15 Final Cut Pro – DSLR workflow & creating the look Larry Jordan
13.00 DSLR Filters Tiffen
13.45 Final Cut Pro - DSLR workflow & creating the look Larry Jordan
Entry to the show and all the seminars is open to all the visitors. For free entry, delegates need to register online at www.broadcastvideoexpo.co.uk