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Full-frame cameras such as the Sony Venice, Sony PXW-FX9, ARRI Alexa LF, RED Monstro 8k are some of the most exciting cameras currently available for the movie and video production industry. But also cameras like the Sony PMW-F55, Canon Cinema Series cameras, Blackmagic Design cameras, broadcast cameras like PDW-700, PXW-X500, PMW-500 no matter if with a professional disc or SxS memory card or Panasonics P2 cameras like AJ -HPX600 belong to the base of cameras that I know, advise and train.

Together with BET, Michael Mücher in Hamburg, we can offer workshops and trainings that keep an eye on both the technological and the design aspects. We also carry out tests with broadcasters on the latest camera models, lenses and accessory technologies.

In addition, the overall workflow from UHD production as a lone wolf to the workflow of a large media company is part of my subject area. Whether it’s about individual files, production in extremely high resolutions beyond 8k or HDR (High Dynamic Range).

The background as a planner for media technology in small and large contexts from camera systems to real-time graphics systems, virtual studios and video servers enables extensive technical background knowledge and creates the necessary connections for the participants.

The overall range also provides the ideal basis for design and camera training, as is required in the field of camera assistants, video journalists or students from the media disciplines.


Seminars and Workshops

BET Michael Mücher, Hamburg

Over 150 seminars and workshops on various topics related to camera, broadcast and file technology in Germany, Austria and Switzerland, e.g.

– UHD and HDR
– Sony PXW-FX9, PMW-FS7 I / II
– file technology
– 35mm camera systems
– Sony film system cameras e.g. PMW-F55
– Qualification for camera assistance or camera

In-house training

e.g. Norddeutscher Rundfunk, Hamburg

– Qualification of camera assistants
– Introduction of Sony PDW-700 in Hamburg
– Introduction of Sony PMW-F3 in Hamburg
– Introduction of the Sony PMW-500 in Kiel, Schwerin and Hanover


– University of Applied Sciences Mittweida (teaching media design and media production)