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Camera Tutorials

The following are downloadble PDF files to aide students with basic operating procedures.

Sony PMW-F3 Camera Tutorial -This tutorial aquaints you with the basic operating procedures of the Sony PMW-F3

Panasonic AG-AF100 Tutorial-This tutorial aquaints you with the basic operating procedures of the Panasonic AG-AF100 Camera.

Panasonic HPX-170 Tutorial-This tutorial aquaints you with the basic operating procedures of the Panasonic HVX-2P0 170era

Panasonic HVX-200 Tutorial-This tutorial aquaints you with the basic operating procedures of the Panasonic HVX-200 Camera

Panasonic P2 Portable Hard Disk Unit -This partial manual gives you the needed instructions to use the portable hard disk unit for download the P2 cards.

Lens Adaptors & Matte Box Tutorial- This tutorial shows how to set-up the Redrock & Letus Lens adaptors and how to mopunt the Redrock Matte Box.

Sony FS 100 Tutorial- This tutorial aquaints you with the basic operating procedures of the Sony FS 100 camera

Sony FS 700 Tutorial- This tutorial aquaints you with the basic operating procedures of the Sony FS 700 Camera

Canon T3i Tutorial- This tutorial aquaints you with the basic operating procedures of the Canon T3i camera

Canon 7Di Tutorial- This tutorial aquaints you with the basic operating procedures of the Canon7D camera

Nikon D7000 Tutorial- This tutorial aquaints you with the basic operating procedures of theNikon D7000 camera

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