The Media Technology Day is back on October 31st for the third year in a row at the Ham Yard Hotel in Soho.

The event, created by the Procam Group and supported by Televisual, features a showcase of the latest camera and lens technology coupled with seminars, panel discussions, and networking.

The Media Technology Day is a focused all-day, free to attend industry event for heads of production, producers, directors, production managers, directors of photography, camera operators, and post production personnel.

The day will feature more than 25 expert speakers in ten high impact sessions across the day. The presentations and panel discussions include: creating engaging short-form and long-form content for a digital audience; what’s in demand with leading UK factual commissioners; a topical discussion on the resurgence of film; best practice HDR and Atmos HE for high-end production; the benefits of full frame acquisition; and plenty of case studies showcasing some of the last year’s most remarkable productions and recent product launches.

You can see the full seminar session timetable and who’s presenting at

You can also catch up with the UK’s leading camera and lens vendors – all exhibiting in one place – with technical experts on hand to answer all of your production questions.

Exhibitors include:

ARRI, Canon, Panasonic, RED and Sony, Cooke, Fujinon, Sigma, TLS and Zeiss and Litepanels.

Procam Projects will be showing both their latest fixed rigs and cine 4K multicam setup with galleries, demonstrating how their bespoke remote lens control system works with participating manufacturers.

The Media Technology Day is the place to find out what’s changing in your world, see the latest production technology and catch up with your peers with a drink at the luxurious Ham Yard Hotel bar.

Go to for the latest updates and to be notified when registration opens.

The Media Technology Day is brought to you by the Procam Group – Procam, Take2, Procam Projects and TLS – and supported by Televisual.

Staff Reporter

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