1. Den Lennie Reviews the Cineroid LED

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    In this video den talks about using the www.Cineroid.com LED light. This is a lightweight battery powered light with options to switch between daylight and tungsten heads in a matter of seconds. The light is dim-able from 0-100% and comes with a hot shoe attachment and an NPF 570 battery and charger. The output is super bright and has a CRI of over 90 making it very colour stable and consistent. It has a built in fan also to keep the heat-sink cool and further maintain colour accuracy. You have the option to switch the fan to off/on or auto if you are recording sync sound and want to lose the fan sound although it's barely noticeable. It's very durable and offer great flexibility for location shooting. I used it recently on www.musicvideomasterclass2011.com which you can watch here:http://vimeo.com/32438160 For more information and to get a report on 'The 5 Mistakes Made by Aspiring Film Makers When Buying Gear and How to Avoid Them' go to www.fstopacademy.com

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    • Music Video Masterclass 2011 - "Here's the Pitch" (Music video)

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      Full credits version Produced for Den Lennie's Music Video Masterclass 2011: www.musicvideomasterclass2011.com director - James Tonkin DOP - Den Lennie steadicam operator - James Elias production manager - Sarah Carmody production accountant - Samantha Lennie location manager - Trudie lighting tech - Duncan Rice DIT - Owen Silverwood making of camera - John Gillan post production - Hangman Studios colourist - Dan Moran VFX - Andrew Philip sound design - Alan Witts Students Franklin Cachia, Thomas Chrisohoidis, Simon Duncan, David Esp, Mark Hessel, Solve Huse-Amundsen, Adrian Mathie, Aristotelis Misopapas, Daniel Nakamura-Craig, Lars Opstad, Sergio Pizzolante, Ingo Traub Special Thanks Byron Wijayawardena Alan Witts - The Victim Jon Howarth - Shoot Blue Blackmagic Design Hangman Studios Zipperface and David Enthoven Produced by Den Lennie James Tonkin Executive Producer Den Lennie www.fstopacademy.com www.hangmanstudios.com

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      • Genus Uni-plate

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        The Genus Uni-plate was unveiled at IBC 2011 in Amsterdam. Den Lennie demonstrates this highly versatile and universal camera baseplate system

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        • Genus PV Compact Matte Box

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          Den Lennie from F-stop Academy gives us a look at the new Genus PV Compact Matte Box http://genustech.tv/matte-boxes/genus-pv-matte-box.html

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          • TP-200 teleprompter set up video

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            If you want an inexpensive teleprompter and you own an iPad this is really cool. Really easy to set up as I demonstrate in this video. It's made by a company called Datavideo and is really useful if you do any presenting to camera or have clients that need a script to read from while being filmed.

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            • Las Vegas F-Stop Academy HDSLR Workshop

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              In April 2011 I was privileged to participate in Den Lennie's F-Stop Academy HDSLR Workshop in Death Valley 2 hours from Las Vegas. A huge thank you to Den Lennie and Carey Duffy from Tiffen for their advice and experience during this workshop.

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              • Sony NEX FS100 Pimped with Birger adaptor and Genus gear

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                In This video Den Lennie rigs the Sony NEX FS100 with the Birger adaptor from http://www.birger.com/ and support rods from www.genustech.tv The experiment was to see how easily I could turn an FS100 into a useable shoulder mounted camera system. I'm a big fan of the value for money you get out of the Sony FS100 and I wanted to see what other accessories I could use with tjis to keep everything as affordable as possible without compromising stability and form. If you would like a free report on 'The 5 Mistakes Most Aspiring Film Makers make when Buying gear and How To Avoid Them' then simply mouse over to www.fstopacademy.com

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                • WEVA News: Den Lennie presents the Sony FS100

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                  Den Lennie from F-Stop Academy presents his work on the Cozi "Vertigo" music video shot with the Sony NEX FS100 at the WEVA Open House 2011 during NAB.

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                  • Why Do We Light?

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                    In this tutorial I share with you the core elements about lighting for film and Video. So Why do we light? Well you light for 3 core reasons: 1) Create Contrast 2) Create Mood 3) Gain the Correct Exposure In this video I introduce these concepts to you. If you would like to learn more about lighting then we have a full training course called Lighting for Digital Film Makers and you can find out more about it at www.fstopacademy.com

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                    • NEX FS 100 Video Blog

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                      This is a Worldwide Exclusive. Not only did I contribute to the design of this camera but we managed to get a prototype and shoot a music video a few weeks ago. I believe we are the first independent team to shoot anything with the NEX FS100. When I got the call we were told we could have the camera for a little over 24hrs. We wanted to do more than just simply test it. But also we wanted to see what we could get out of the camera with stock lenses and recording internally. So James from www.hangmanstudios.com teamed up with Den from www.fstopacademy.com and we pulled off this amazing shoot in 48hrs. Needless to say we didn't get much sleep but we valued the opportunity and wanted to shoot as much as we could in as many environments as we could. We especially wanted to push the low light capability and use the in camera media. It shoots to SD cards, Sony Memory sticks and also has a 128GB FMU which is a solid state pack that integrates with the camera and will give up to 10 hrs record time at 24mb/s AVC HD. We shot everything at 24mb/s AVC HD and ingested into FCP and transcoded to ProRes 422 using Log and transfer. Shot over a 36 hr period in one weekend on one of only 2 prototype NEX FS 100 Cameras in the world. We used 3 lenses: A Sony Alpha 50mm f1.4 with alpha to emount adaptor A E mount 16mm f2.8 The Stock lens 18-200 f3.5-5.6 For more information on the camera you can go here http://www.sony.co.uk/biz/content/id/1237480587665?en_GB=

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