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Yesterday, in Chris Ernst's cinematography class, representatives from Blackmagic Design came to visit. A good time was had by all.

Yesterday, Richard Pelkowski and Jason Druss visited the Department of Film & Moving Image at Stevenson University - Christopher Ernst's FMI202 ("Cinematography II: Color") class - to present the latest equipment from their company, Blackmagic Design, including the Ursa and Ursa Mini. The FMI Department just purchased a 4.6K Ursa Mini, so it was a timely visit.

Pictured in the photos are Jason Druss and students Joe Dimaio, Jessie Dubyoski, Ethan Ehrhart, Joshua Herrera, Deanna Kinzie, Jonathan Kuchinskas and Ryan Scott.

Students in Christopher Ernst's FMI303 class - "Lighting" - pictured above, and FMI101 class - "Cinema I: Storytelling" - pictured below, work hard every week to perfect their craft. They use equipment like the Blackmagic Cinema Camera and Kino Flo lights. It's always a good (and valuable) time.

Today, two representatives from Blackmagic Design, Jason Druss and Richard Pelkowski, visited the Department of Film/Video to demo their new 4.6k camera, called the URSA. We currently own two Blackmagic Cinema Cameras, and are looking to upgrade to a higher resolution for our Seniors. Perhaps it will be the URSA . . . We also use Blackmagic's ATEM Production Studio 4K unit in our Broadcast Studio.

Professor G.T. Keplinger arranged the visit.

 
 
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