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Canon U.S.A. recently announced two updates to the Canon Digital Learning Center (CDLC).
A new dedicated mobile site (m.learn.usa.canon.com) has been launched to help make the CDLC's educational content and resources easily available from any smartphone or tablet. Access to Canons collection of technical articles, tutorial videos, image galleries, PDF guides, and Events Calendar can now be accessed all on the go, or in the field. Viewers can also register for Canon Live Learning workshops right from their phones. The CDLC mobile site is optimized for use with Apple’s iPhone along with Android and Blackberry devices.
Also new on the Canon Digital Learning Center is a library of Wireless Files Transmitter (WFT) setup guides. These guides will serve as a valuable resource to professional photographers who currently use, or are curious about, Canon WFTs. These easy to follow step-by-step PDFs are fully illustrated and include instructions for all WFT modes, network configurations, and popular operating systems.Read more...
Broadcasters and filmmakers are heading to Las Vegas, Nev. to have a tech-filled good time at the 2012 NAB Show. This year’s event will have extra excitement for content creators looking to capitalize on an array of new equipment with better quality at considerably reduced costs. For these visionaries, the words “lighter, portable and less expensive” are like music to the ears — and NAB will not disappoint them. The show floor is expected to be busy, filled with many new products and approximately 100,000 attendees ready to purchase the technology of the future. Here’s the first look at some of the companies slated to appear at NAB 2012.Read more...
Sony Professional Solutions is opening a new Digital Motion Picture Center at Sony Pictures Studios. Scheduled to open on May 1st, the center will serve as an industry-wide resource for training and education and will support transition to Digital Workflows for Filmmakers.
The Center will offer hands-on training for directors, cinematographers and other professionals in the film and television production industries on the use of Sony's F65 CineAltaT digital motion picture camera and the production workflows supporting this new acquisition system.Read more...