Shooting Formula 1 at the Italian Grand Prix with the legendary Canon 200mm F1.8 and Blackmagic Pocket 6K

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Comment on the forum I bought the Pocket Cinema Camera 6K recently and decided to take it on a shoot at Monza, to film last weekend’s Formula One race and famous old banking (where sequences for 1966’s John Frankenheimer film Grand Prix were shot). I also had a few stills cameras with me including the Canon EOS RP, and considerably more capable Fuji X-T30 and Samsung’s famous last camera, the NX1, the only good one they ever made. These are super-fast small bodies for travelling light and the NX1 in particular with it’s stunning 4K quality turned out to be perfect …

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Using NewTek NDI to Connect Your Worship Presentation Software

House of worship is one of the biggest streaming demographics. So, what is the best way for a worship presentation to be presented on screen? The answer, is through the power of NDI.

Say goodbye to the smartphone, tablet method. A professional stream requires you to get close enough to your subject- you need proper zoom. And, while your smartphone might be able to cut it, it will be difficult to maintain video quality.

The smart device method is also hard to correct awkward shots. Framing is important,as well as smooth pans and camera motion. Often times a video will retroactively need correcting.

The best way to pull in your production elements is via streaming software connected via NewTek NDI.

Ideally, a professional stream will look into a video switcher, paired with a streaming software such as Wirecast, OBS, vMix, etc.

It’s important to remember that while this equipment may be more expensive, the investment will pay off in the long run.

And, with the power of NewTek NDI you can say goodbye to complex cable set ups. NDI allows you to connect all your sources wirelessly via your network connection. It also transmits video at low latency!

Churchproduction.com recently posted a great article on this set up. Check it out here to learn more!

Learn more about NewTek HERE

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