Cine Gear Expo: Panasonic Offers Exposure to Videographers with “Share Your Vision” Contest”

Panasonic announced the AU-EVA1 “Share Your Vision” Video Contest at the Cine Gear Expo — open to video professionals throughout the United States and European Union countries.

To participate, contestants should register at https://eva1contest.hscampaigns.com/ and submit videos shot with the EVA1 cinema camera from 25 seconds to five minutes in length from June 1 through August 24. A panel of judges including cinematographers William Wages, Elle Schneider, Johnny Derango, and Matthias Bolliger will select two winners, one in the Fiction and Nonfiction categories. The two winners will be announced on September 14 at the International Broadcasting Conference (IBC) in Amsterdam. The winner from the United States will be awarded $6000 and the winner from Europe € 5000, respectively.

Contestants will be asked to submit proof that their project was shot with the EVA1 camera (e.g., a behind-the-scenes video or photos showing the camera in action on the submitted piece). Video must be uploaded in one of the following file formats: mp4, mov, avi (H264), The submission may previously have been publicly posted on YouTube, Vimeo, or Dailymotion. Participants can submit multiple videos, but each entry must be submitted separately.

Participants must be at least 18 years old, be a professional end-user,and reside in the United States or one of these EU countries: United Kingdom, Ireland, Switzerland, France, Germany, Austria, Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Spain, Portugal, Cyprus, Belgium, the Netherlands, Luxembourg, Greece, Malta, Finland, Hungary, Slovenia, Croatia, Serbia, Macedonia, Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kosovo, Montenegro, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Poland, Romania, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Monaco, Andorra, and Bulgaria. The Contest is not open to Panasonic employees, their family members, or anyone professionally connected with the Promotion.

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