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The Viewfinder
Open Day Event 2016, May 26th

The annual post NAB open day at our premises! Good company, good food and alot better equipment. All the latest cameras, grip and accessories from the awesome portfolio of brands we, Camera Nordic, represent in the Nordic Region. 

Come over, ask questions to the camera specialists here from the manufacturing companies, get all the "hands on" time you like and ofcourse have a snack!

Looking forward to see you then, Thursday, May 26th after 14:00, just drop in.

 

 

 

 


 

 

The Viewfinder,
Open Day Event, May 28th

         An open day at our premises! Good company, good food and alot better equipment. All the latest cameras, grip and accessories from the awesome portfolio of brands we, Camera Nordic, represent in the Nordic Region. 

Come over, ask questions to the camera specialists here from the manufacturing companies, get all the " hands on" time you like and ofcourse have a snack!

Looking forward to see you then, Thursday, May 28th after 12:00, just drop in.

 

 


 

 

The Viewfinder,
Cine Tech Talk & Beer

          A slap in the face of structured, corporate movie making and a hell of a good excuse to be late on a Thursday night. Beer and finger food will be available and all that is required is your idea, a thought, a view or a suggestion on how to make movie making an easier, better, happier place.
          The point is simple: to get as far away as possible from a structured, dictated unilateral product presentation. Call it a pow-wow, a get together, a hook up, an event; damn call it a hunting trip or a board meeting for all we care, just show up.  The topics are to be covered in a social - friendly atmosphere so as to explore any tangents that might arise. All we ask from you is to come over, have drink, chill out and eventually offer your views on the different subject matters noted every month. No registration, no RSVP, no booking, no calls in advance, just drop in, appear, show up.


 

Meeting 01, Jan 30

An Ideal Camera

The first View Finder event was held at our place and as of  18:00 the beer tap started working.... The topic of this session was “an ideal camera” and the outcome was rather interesting and at parts surprising.

Although a smaller than expected panel showed up the beer was flowing and the snacks were being consumed. As promised the gathering was informal and relaxed, with the help of a white board we kept track of the main issues that were tackled and discussed. We are on the look-out for good-looking assitants!  It is important to note that we had both main camera user fields represented during the pow-wow, one was from the broadcasting, ENG field and the other from the cinema, EFP field. By exploring both realms of camera usage and also keeping in consideration the benefits and issues to end user but also to rental houses or TV stations alike, the out come was admittedly very interesting.

Issues that were explored were weight, sensor type, required out-puts, menu set-ups, ideal shape and size, and even what types of outer shell the unit must have. Other points of discussion included color, lenses, compatibility with existing workflows and versions regarding different uses.  With all these issues being discussed in depth and with the participant’s enthusiasm it felt like we were all in the midst of a think tank to create the ultimate camera, maybe we are.... all we need now are the resources... and the good looking assitant!

Admittedly our findings are highly interesting and thusly we are very thoughtful to publish them... if there is any interest let us know or come to the next ViewFinder meeting. 

As a nice conclusion to the event all the participants took part in a race with super cars around the Nürburgring ring via our virtual driving set, I think it will become a ViewFinder tradition!

We would like to thank them all and re-invite them, and all of you, to our next ViewFinder event on February 20 were the topic “Recording an art?” will be discussed, the discussion will revolve around recording and workflow in todays movie making industry.

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