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Play Days at Vistek feature new Sony, DJI and Atomos gear

What a way to wind down summer. Two overlapping events recently held at Vistek Toronto were a total and complete buzz.

“Like the CNE midway” was one way to describe the excitement.

“Like kids in a candy store” was another way to put it. And when you consider what toys were there, probably the most accurate!

The stars of the show? Only the most exciting tools available to filmmakers today on display and showcased in a way never shown before: DJI Phantom quadcopters, Sony alpha cameras including the a7RII and A7S, plus Ronin and Ronin M stabilizers from DJI.

It’s safe to say that both events were by far the most excitement ever generated in a Vistek parking lot.

The DJI New Pilot Training

New pilots were taught the mechanics to capably and safely pilot a DJI Phantom. Then outside, under the watchful eye of a DJI instructor, candidates got a chance to get behind the controls and pilot a Phantom.
Special Highlight! Along with the Phantom 3, the DJI S900 hexacopter – designed for the more demanding filmmaker who requires a bigger payload – also made the scene.

Sony a7RII Experience

Seeing the a7RII in action was reason enough to attend. The live model and motorcycle prop made shooting really exciting. And there were more toys to play with. Way more! Including a wide range of E-mount lenses from Sony and Zeiss, and 3rd party accessories including the Atomos 4K Ninja Assassin, well as the revolutionary Ronin and Ronin M stabilizers from DJI. Lots of stuff to try out. Plenty of Sony people to answer questions. All in all, a fantastic experience

A Buying Opportunity. Attendees at the event enjoyed the golden opportunity to purchase equipment, including the show-stopping DJI Phantom 3, S900 8-rotor copter, Ronin rigs, Sony alpha cameras, as well as Zeiss lenses and Atomos gear.

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Front Page, Headline, Technology News

Play Days at Vistek feature new Sony, DJI and Atomos gear

What a way to wind down summer. Two overlapping events recently held at Vistek Toronto were a total and complete buzz.

“Like the CNE midway” was one way to describe the excitement.

“Like kids in a candy store” was another way to put it. And when you consider what toys were there, probably the most accurate!

The stars of the show? Only the most exciting tools available to filmmakers today on display and showcased in a way never shown before: DJI Phantom quadcopters, Sony alpha cameras including the a7RII and A7S, plus Ronin and Ronin M stabilizers from DJI.

It’s safe to say that both events were by far the most excitement ever generated in a Vistek parking lot.

The DJI New Pilot Training

New pilots were taught the mechanics to capably and safely pilot a DJI Phantom. Then outside, under the watchful eye of a DJI instructor, candidates got a chance to get behind the controls and pilot a Phantom.
Special Highlight! Along with the Phantom 3, the DJI S900 hexacopter – designed for the more demanding filmmaker who requires a bigger payload – also made the scene.

Sony a7RII Experience

Seeing the a7RII in action was reason enough to attend. The live model and motorcycle prop made shooting really exciting. And there were more toys to play with. Way more! Including a wide range of E-mount lenses from Sony and Zeiss, and 3rd party accessories including the Atomos 4K Ninja Assassin, well as the revolutionary Ronin and Ronin M stabilizers from DJI. Lots of stuff to try out. Plenty of Sony people to answer questions. All in all, a fantastic experience

A Buying Opportunity. Attendees at the event enjoyed the golden opportunity to purchase equipment, including the show-stopping DJI Phantom 3, S900 8-rotor copter, Ronin rigs, Sony alpha cameras, as well as Zeiss lenses and Atomos gear.

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Front Page, Headline, Technology News

Play Days at Vistek feature new Sony, DJI and Atomos gear

What a way to wind down summer. Two overlapping events recently held at Vistek Toronto were a total and complete buzz.

“Like the CNE midway” was one way to describe the excitement.

“Like kids in a candy store” was another way to put it. And when you consider what toys were there, probably the most accurate!

The stars of the show? Only the most exciting tools available to filmmakers today on display and showcased in a way never shown before: DJI Phantom quadcopters, Sony alpha cameras including the a7RII and A7S, plus Ronin and Ronin M stabilizers from DJI.

It’s safe to say that both events were by far the most excitement ever generated in a Vistek parking lot.

The DJI New Pilot Training

New pilots were taught the mechanics to capably and safely pilot a DJI Phantom. Then outside, under the watchful eye of a DJI instructor, candidates got a chance to get behind the controls and pilot a Phantom.
Special Highlight! Along with the Phantom 3, the DJI S900 hexacopter – designed for the more demanding filmmaker who requires a bigger payload – also made the scene.

Sony a7RII Experience

Seeing the a7RII in action was reason enough to attend. The live model and motorcycle prop made shooting really exciting. And there were more toys to play with. Way more! Including a wide range of E-mount lenses from Sony and Zeiss, and 3rd party accessories including the Atomos 4K Ninja Assassin, well as the revolutionary Ronin and Ronin M stabilizers from DJI. Lots of stuff to try out. Plenty of Sony people to answer questions. All in all, a fantastic experience

A Buying Opportunity. Attendees at the event enjoyed the golden opportunity to purchase equipment, including the show-stopping DJI Phantom 3, S900 8-rotor copter, Ronin rigs, Sony alpha cameras, as well as Zeiss lenses and Atomos gear.

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