First Look: EOS C500, featuring 4K RAW Output – A Canon Hollywood event

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If you're in the LA area and available this coming May 10th, and are interested in learning more about the Canon EOS C500, then this Canon Live Learning event is perfect for you!

First Look: EOS C500, featuring 4K RAW Output

Presented by: Canon Live Learning
Program: Professional Development Seminars & Workshops
Date: May 10, 2012
Time: 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm, Doors open at 5:30pm
Fee: Free of charge. Advanced registration required
The Los Angeles Film School
6363 Sunset Blvd, main 4K theater
Los Angeles, California 90028
Organization: Canon Live Learning
Questions: [email protected]
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Join Canon Live Learning for a first look at the EOS C500, the only Cinema EOS camera offering support for 4K RAW output. Designed for 4K professional production environments, the EOS C500 features Canon’s renowned high-sensitivity
and low-noise technologies, including high ISO settings of up to 20,000.

The evening will begin with a 4K screening of Man and Beast, a short film shot with the EOS C500 by Director Dante Ariola, DP Jeff Cronenweth and 2nd Unit DP Peter Simonite. Peter will be on hand to share his behind the scene insights and
an operator’s perspective on shooting with the EOS C500.

Man and Beast was processed and colored by postproduction house Fotokem. After the screening, representatives will unfold the post process from beginning to end. The evening will conclude with a Canon representative providing a brief introduction
on the EOS C500, followed by an open Q&A.

EOS C500 cameras will be available for demonstration by Canon Professional Market Specialists at this event.

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(cover photo credit: snap from the video)

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