FS7 Training 3rd November 2017

Due to popular demand, we have decided to run another training course on the Sony FS7 camera. Having already ran two successful classes previously we are excited to run a third for anyone that is interested in attending.

The Sony FS7 is very quickly becoming the go to camera for TV production with more and more jobs expecting applicants to have had experience with it. In fact, several Glasgow based production companies have now bought in their own Sony FS7 cameras for use on their shoots.

The course is designed to provide an introduction to the Sony FS7, going over the set up of the camera, different functions such as slow motion, and the chance to get some hands on experience with the camera. We will also make sure there is plenty of time to ask any questions you may have.

The training course will run Friday 3rd November from 930am – 5pm at Progressive Broadcast in Glasgow.

The fee for the course is £110 + VAT for the full day. There will be a lunch break but lunch is not provided, however there will be tea and coffee available. Please bring a pen and paper for note taking.

Spaces are limited so please confirm your availability as soon as possible to reserve your space.

Please feel free to get in touch should you have any questions.

To enquire about a place, please use the contact form below.

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FS7 Training Day 15th September

Since running the first FS7 training in July, we have had a lot of people who couldn’t make it the first time round, asking for us to run a second day.

The training course will run Friday 15th September from 930am – 5pm at our offices in Glasgow.

The course is designed to provide an introduction to the Sony FS7, going over the set up of the camera, different functions such as slow motion, and the chance to get some hands on experience with the camera. We will also make sure there is plenty of time to ask any questions you may have.

Spaces are limited so please confirm your availability as soon as possible to reserve your space.

The fee for the course is £110 for the full day. There will be a lunch break but lunch is not provided, however there will be tea and coffee available. Please bring a pen and paper for note taking.

To book a place, please use the contact form below.

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FS7 training – Glasgow

Subject to interest, we are hosting a full days training course on the Sony FS7 camera. This will involve an extensive demonstration of the functions and workings of the camera as well as plenty opportunity for hands on experience and expert advice.

We are aiming to run the course on Tuesday 11th July for 10am – 4pm. The fee for the course is £110 for the full day. There will be a lunch break but lunch is not provided, however there will be tea and coffee available. Please bring a pen and paper for note taking.

Spaces are limited so please confirm your availability as soon as possible to reserve your space. Let us know if you cannot make the date as we are potentially looking at a second date so that the we can accommodate everybody, although we would suggest attending the Tuesday if it is an option.

Please book via the listing on Facebook .

 

We’re hiring!

Job Details
Progressive Broadcast Hire Ltd currently require a Trainee Broadcast Support Engineer to join their team on a permanent basis.  Within this role you will be responsible for providing support and maintenance engineering across our hire stock items, as well as external client work. You will ideally have previous experience of providing routine and preventative maintenance and support across broadcast technologies and systems, be familiar with Sony, Panasonic, Canon broadcast equipment, production switchers, broadcast cameras, audio and video routers, sound desks, audio mixers and modular glue infrastructure. You will also have an understanding of TV Engineering principles and provide assistance as required on broadcast installation projects.
However, as this is a trainee position, we will consider other transferable skills from similar electronic maintenance backgrounds.
Candidates will ideally have an Electronic / Electrical Engineering background with a good level of IT and networking skills. Recent graduates with a Broadcast Technology related degree/HND or similar will be considered for this post but we will also consider appropriate work experience within a related field.
Applicants must have strong organisational, time management and fault-finding skills, with the ability to resolve issues effectively and efficiently.  Any additional knowledge of post production systems would be distinct advantage, as well as broadcast data workflow.
This is a fantastic chance to join a leading broadcast hire facility and work within a friendly, tight-knit team.  The role is offering a highly competitive basic salary and generous benefits package including life assurance, bonus scheme and pension.
If you feel you have the right skill-set and determination to succeed in this exciting position and you are already eligible to work in the UK, then please apply for immediate start.

 

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Christmas Opening Hours

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We are closed now until January the 5th 2016.

However, if you need to hire equipment, we are available.

So please just call out out of hours service number on 0141 4046192 to discuss what you need.

Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!

New In – Fuji Cabrio Zooms

The Fuji Cabrio 4K compact zooms feature a unique and advanced detachable drive unit – a first in the light weight zoom category.

This detachable servo allows for the functionality of an ENG zoom but on a PL mount.

With the detachable drive removed, the lens is set to accept industry standard cine motors and matte boxes.

In addition, the Cabrios have all the lens data output that appeals to a Cine-style shooter.

Available Options:

  • 19 – 90 mm
  • 85 – 300 mm

 

New In – Sony PXW-X200s!

The Sony PXW-X200 follows on from the PMW200. Featuring dual SxS memory card slots for simultaneous recordings, cache recordings, Slow & Quick function, a 3.5 inch-type QHD (960 x 540) colour LCD panel and a 17x Fujinon professional HD zoom lens with three independent rings with end stops, able to zoom from 29.3mm to 499mm (35mm equivalent).

It achieves high sensitivity and low noise recordings in Full HD XAVC Intra and XAVC Long GOP, as well as MPEG HD 422 50 Mbps MPEG HD 420 35 Mbps, MPEG IMX and DV.

The PXW-X200 also has a built-in wireless operation capability, and also offers remote control, file transfer, monitoring via smartphones and tablet devices, and streaming.