Choosing a Sensor Size with Jeremy Humphries - Tuesday 18th December
Deciding on the correct sensor size for your project is probably one of the most important decisions you can make. Jeremy Humphries is a BBC trained DoP who has been filming documentaries across the globe for the last 30 years. From the start of his career as a BBC focus puller, to his use of Super 35mm sensors shooting Hunted on Channel 4 and a 2018 Christmas special This Is My Song for BBC1, Jeremy will explain his decision-making process. Fundamentally he will explain why the correct choice of sensor can help tell your story better and why the wrong choice can hinder you throughout the production process.
Sponsored by Sony
With the launch of the Z280 and Z190, Sony has updated their fixed lens, smaller sensor camera lineup. Bringing the codec's features and quality of the industry standard FS7 II to a fixed lens camcorder design. With XAVC-I, UHD 50/60p, 12G-SDI, HDR support and built in networking capabilities, Sony has created a complete package without compromise for professionals who choose a smaller sensor format.
About Jeremy Humphries
Jeremy Humphries is a Sony Independent Certified Expert. His company Skills2Film provides camera craft training to clients ranging from the castaways on the Bear Grylls, The Island series for Channel 4, to the BBC, Sony and numerous independent production companies.
Tuesday 18th December 2018
We will be running 2 identical sessions through the course of the day;
10:00 - 12:30
14:00 - 16:30
Let us know below which one you will be attending.
Jeremy's presentation will cover the following topics:
- His experience of working with different sized sensors and how it affects the production.
- When he would choose one size sensor over the other.
- How this decision can help you tell your story.
- Sony's options in each sensor size and how to choose between them.
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