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Canon accomplishes sixth edition of Future Broadcasting Project

The 6th edition of ‘Future Broadcasting’; a Unique Cinema and Pro DV segment project was held in New Delhi on 27th April.

Canon has initiated a project under the aegis of Future Broadcasting with an aim to develop an integrated relationship with various technology companies in India & Globally in the stream of Cinema, Broadcasting, News and Documentary with 360 degree workflow solutions for end customers. The 6th edition of this project was held in New Delhi on 27th April 2018.

The Future Broadcasting aims at bringing across a complete insight of full circle solution of Cinema & Broadcasting cameras, storage systems, content/news streaming and post production. The sixth edition of Canon India’s extensive Cinema and Pro DV project ‘Future Broadcasting’, New Delhi geared up for the future of cinema trends. The project accomplished in collaboration with leading industry experts, including Avid/Real Image (a division of Qube Cinema Technologies), LiveU, G-Technology and Atomos, witnessed a series of workshops and events, designed to give hands on experience on products like Cinema EOS C200, Cinema EOS C300 Mark II and XA 15 & XF 405 along with ME20F-SH. In this edition of Future Broadcasting, Canon for the first time introduced ME20F-SH (Multipurpose camera).

Mr. Anamitra Chakladar a veteran cinematographer and Bedi brother, renowned wildlife filmmakers were key speakers at the 6th edition of Future broadcasting who shared insights on how the workflow of non-fiction and fiction cinema is changing from technology perspective via various case studies. They also gave a detailed demonstration on the technologies to the target audiences including English news gathering, news channels, regional channels, GEC, Film institutes, Documentary genres etc.

Mr. Anamitra Chakladar, Industry Veteran in Cinematography

As the Indian film industry moves into the next phase of growth, it is imperative to keep pace with the global technological advances and innovation. The innovation in broadcasting technologies will be key to cultivate more opportunities for creating Indian film industry perform at par with global standards. It is a great pleasure and delight to be a part of this exclusive and one-of-a-kind event hosted by Canon, bringing to the fore the brand’s prowess in broadcasting segment.

Mr. Vijay Bedi and Mr. Ajay Bedi, also known as Bedi brothers

A documentary film requires documenting the facts as they happen, how they happen and there is no room for error. Shooting natural history documentaries, especially wildlife, is really challenging and one needs to be very quick and flexible with their equipment. Given the background, we are pleased to be a part of Canon’s future broadcasting and are really looking forward to the new age solutions and technologies they are about to usher in.

These kinds of strategic alliances shall help in providing better solutions in the Cinema and Pro DV segment thus acquainting eminent producers, broadcasters, renowned documentary film makers and the mainstream cinema with our new-age solutions.

About Future Broadcasting project:

Exhibiting best world of cinema technology in association with leading industry partners, this project has travelled to various cities. The activities planned under Future Broadcasting by Canon include workshops and events, designed to give hands on experience on products like Cinema EOS C200, Cinema EOS C300 Mark II and XA 15 & XF 405. The first leg of this workshop was organised at Guwahati and Imphal in the month of January this year. These events were followed by the one organised in Bhubaneshwar on 19 February. The Bhubaneshwar event was followed by the one conducted in Kolkata on 21st February and Jaipur on 18th March.

Inspired by the success of the project in these regions, Future broadcasting will further move to South India - Bangalore, Cochin, Chennai and Hyderabad.