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  1. Panavision’s Millennium DXL2 8K camera makes its Cine Gear Expo debut on June 1-2 at The Studios at Paramount in Los Angeles. The premier, large-format camera with a new post-centric firmware upgrade will be showcased at the Panavision booth (#S102) in Stage 17, along with four new large-format lens sets, a DXL-inspired accessories kit for RED DSMC2 cameras, and a preview of custom advancements in filter technology. “Millennium DXL2 is the cornerstone of an ever-evolving ecosystem that is designed to improve creative control across every department,” says Michael Cioni, senior vice president of Innovation at Panavision and Light Iron. “By combining the company’s expertise in optics, filters, color science, and post production with strategic partner integrations, we are able to offer filmmakers an entirely fresh image and workflow that is only available within DXL’s ecosystem.” DXL2 incorporates technological advancements based on professional input from acclaimed cinematographers, camera assistants, and post production groups. The camera offers 16 stops of dynamic range with unmatched shadow detail, a native ISO setting of 1600, and 12-bit ProRes XQ up to 120fps. New to the DXL2 is version 1.0 of a directly editable (D2E) workflow. D2E gives DITs wireless LUT and CDL look control and records all color metadata into camera-generated proxy files for instant and render-free dailies. DXL2, which is available to rent worldwide, also incorporates an updated color profile, Light Iron Color 2 (LiColor2). This latest color science provides cinematographers and DITs with a film-inspired tonal look that makes the DXL2 feel more cinematic and less digital. Panavision, renowned for its full line of top-quality optics, will also showcase the company’s large-format spherical and anamorphic lenses. Four new large-format lens sets will be on display, giving Expo attendees the unique opportunity to preview upcoming, innovative glass options: Primo X is the first cinema lens specially designed for use on drones and gimbals. They are fully sealed, weather proof, and counterbalanced to be aerodynamic, and able to easily maintain a proper center of gravity. Primo X lenses come in two primes – 14mm (T3.1) and 24mm (T1.6) – and one 24-70mm zoom (T2.8). Available in 2019. H Series is a traditionally designed spherical lens set with a glamorous, rounded, soft roll-off, giving a pleasing tonal quality to the skin. Created with true vintage glass and coating, these lenses offer slightly elevated blacks for softer contrast. High speeds separate subject and background with a smooth edge transition, allowing subject to appear naturally placed within the depth of the image. Available now. PanaSpeed is a large-format update of the classic Primo look. At T1.4, PanaSpeed will be the fastest large-format lens option available on the market. Available in Q3 2018. Ultra Vista is a series of large-format anamorphic optics. Using a custom 1.6x squeeze, Ultra Vista covers the full height of the 8K sensor in the DXL and presents an ultra-widescreen 2.76:1 aspect ratio along with a classic elliptical bokeh and Panavision horizontal flare. Available in 2019. Panavision will also be unveiling cinema’s first dynamically adjustable liquid crystal neutral density (LCND) filter. LCND instantly adjusts up to six individual stops with a single click or ramp – a significant departure from traditional approaches to front-of-lens filters, which require carrying a set and manually swapping individual NDs based on changing light. LCND starts at 0.3 and goes through 0.6, 0.9, 1.2, 1.5, to 1.8. Available in 2019. Following up on the success of DXL1 and DXL2, Panavision is launching the latest in its cinema line-up by showcasing the newly created DXL-M accessory kit. Designed to work with RED DSMC2 cameras, DXL-M marries the quality and performance of DXL with the smaller size and weight of the DSMC2. DXL-M brings popular features of DXL to RED MONSTRO, GEMINI, and HELIUM sensors, such as the DXL menu system (via an app for the iPhone), LiColor2, motorized lenses, wireless timecode (ACN), and the Primo HDR viewfinder. Available in Q4 2018. Light Iron and LEE Filters can also be found at the Panavision booth.
  2. RED Digital Cinema will be at Cine Gear Expo this year in Los Angeles at The Studios at Paramount from June 1-2. Located at Booth S101 in Stage 17, RED will showcase its DSMC2™ camera line-up featuring its premier sensors, MONSTRO 8K VV, HELIUM 8K S35 and GEMINI 5K S35. Additionally, RED will demonstrate 8K workflow, covering 8K REDCODE RAW, HDR and image processing pipeline (IPP2). RED will also be taking attendees behind the scenes on Christopher Probst, ASC’s new short film, Epoch. On June 1 at 12:45pm and June 2 at 11:45am, Probst will break down his approach to shooting the short film, set in a post-apocalyptic world of harsh, dusty exteriors and dark desolate nights. Probst and director Rich Lee relied on the sensor qualities of the RED MONSTRO to deliver a visually compelling 13-minute narrative finished in 4K. Both sessions will take place in the Sherry Lansing Theater on the Paramount lot. For more information, visit http://www.red.com/cinegear-2018.
  3. Telling Stories with LED Lights, a panel discussion featuring leading cinematographers and gaffers examining the impact of new LED lighting sources on feature films and TV creativity and production. Produced by the International Cinematographers Guild (IATSE, ICG Local 600) Saturday, June 3, 2017 (10:15 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.) At the Sherry Lansing Theater, Paramount Studios, 5555 Melrose Ave. Los Angeles, 90038. Cine Gear Expo pass required. Panel open to all attendees at no cost. http://www.cinegearexpo.com/ Leading cinematographers and gaffers will be discussing how they work with off-the-shelf products, custom built sources and lighting programmers to finesse traditional looks and to explore new visual territory. Learn about their artful use of LEDs to convey mood, character and plot points on highly regarded motion picture and TV projects. Panel Participants: Mike Bauman, Gaffer; Phantom Thread, The Hunger Games: Catching Fire, Iron Man 2 Ronald Dragosh, Gaffer; Chicago Justice, Chicago PD, Chicago Fire (Season 1, electrician) Jess Hall, BSC, Director of Photography; Ghost in the Shell, Transcendence, The Spectacular Now Erik Messerschmidt, Director of Photography & Gaffer; Mindhunter (DP), Gone Girl (Gaffer), Fantastic Four (Gaffer) Rachel Morrison, ASC, Director of Photography; Black Panther, Dope, Fruitvale Station Steven Poster, ASC, Director of Photography; Amityville: The Awakening, Southland Tales, Donnie Darko, Someone to Watch Over Me James Plannette, Gaffer; The Artist, The Adjustment Bureau, Ocean’s Eleven, Traffic, Someone to Watch Over Me Lisa Wiegand, ASC, Director of Photography; Chicago Justice, American Crime, Chicago Fire Moderator: Michael Chambliss, Technologist & Business Representative, International Cinematographers Guild IATSE Local 600
  4. Telling Stories with LED Lights, a panel discussion featuring leading cinematographers and gaffers examining the impact of new LED lighting sources on feature films and TV creativity and production. Produced by the International Cinematographers Guild (IATSE, ICG Local 600) WHEN: Saturday, June 3, 2017 (10:15 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.) WHERE: Sherry Lansing Theater, Paramount Studios, 5555 Melrose Ave. Los Angeles, 90038. Cine Gear Expo pass required. Panel open to all attendees at no cost. http://www.cinegearexpo.com/ ABOUT THE PANEL DISCUSSION: Cinematographers have a new creative tool in their arsenal: high quality LED lighting sources. LEDs offer increased flexibility, control and reliability. They enable greater subtlety and precision and open the door to new kinds of lighting schemas and new ways to design and control color palettes. Hear from leading cinematographers and gaffers discussing how they work with off-the-shelf products, custom built sources and lighting programmers to finesse traditional looks and to explore new visual territory. Learn about their artful use of LEDs to convey mood, character and plot points on highly regarded motion picture and TV projects. Panel Participants: Mike Bauman, Gaffer; Phantom Thread, The Hunger Games: Catching Fire, Iron Man 2 Ronald Dragosh, Gaffer; Chicago Justice, Chicago PD, Chicago Fire (Season 1, electrician) Jess Hall, BSC, Director of Photography; Ghost in the Shell, Transcendence, The Spectacular Now Erik Messerschmidt, Director of Photography & Gaffer; Mindhunter (DP), Gone Girl (Gaffer), Fantastic Four (Gaffer) Rachel Morrison, ASC, Director of Photography; Black Panther, Dope, Fruitvale Station Steven Poster, ASC, Director of Photography; Amityville: The Awakening, Southland Tales, Donnie Darko, Someone to Watch Over Me James Plannette, Gaffer; The Artist, The Adjustment Bureau, Ocean’s Eleven, Traffic, Someone to Watch Over Me Lisa Wiegand, ASC, Director of Photography; Chicago Justice, American Crime, Chicago Fire Moderator: Michael Chambliss, Technologist & Business Representative, International Cinematographers Guild IATSE Local 600
  5. Stop By to Shoot Film and Enter to Win Super 8 Production Package LOS ANGELES, June 2, 2015 - Kodak will celebrate the 50th birthday of the Super 8 format at Cine Gear Expo, which takes place June 5-6 on the Paramount Lot in Hollywood. Activities in Kodak's area (#XO 102) include Stop By Shoot Film sessions with Pro8mm, a preview of the new Logmar Super 8 camera, and an opportunity to win a Super 8 production package. To highlight the weekend's festivities, registered Cine Gear Expo attendees can stop by Kodak's Airstream to get a hands-on opportunity to shoot Super 8 film for free. Kodak and Pro8mm will host four Stop By Shoot Film workshops, beginning Friday, June 5 at 5:45 p.m. and continuing on Saturday, June 6 at 12:00 a.m., 1:30 p.m. and 3:00 p.m. Signups will be taken at the Kodak booth (#XO 102) on a first-come basis. Stop By Shoot Film sessions are designed to provide hands-on opportunities to use motion picture film. Participants receive basic training and a roll of KODAK Super 8 film, which will be processed and scanned to HD in Pro Res by Pro8mm. (Note: photo ID required to check out the camera). Cine Gear attendees have the opportunity to win a valuable Super 8 production package, which includes over $200 worth of Super 8 film from Kodak, and $500 in services from Pro8mm. The highly anticipated Logmar Super 8 camera will be on display in Kodak's area. Made for professionals, the new camera will be exclusively distributed by Pro8mm, and features an electronic viewfinder, WiFi remote control, audio recording, and much more. "Super 8 has stood the test of time," said Andrew Evenski, president and general manager of Kodak's Entertainment & Commercial Films. "It is the first love and experience for so many filmmakers, from first time users to Oscar® winners. Super8 has launched careers, captured life's most important moments, and preserved art for five decades. These are the same reasons Super 8mm endures today, and will remain a strong format of choice in the future." Filmmakers who are interested in producing their next project on film are encouraged to come by the booth and learn more about the support Kodak can offer. Evenski noted, "Film isn't just for the studio's tentpole productions. It has always been a big part of the independent and emerging filmmaking community. We want it to stay that way and are here to work with filmmakers to make shooting on film a reality."
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