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ARRI Offering Virtual Round Tables with Camera Systems and Lighting Experts

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In the absence of traditional April trade shows, ARRI is offering a series of Virtual Round Tables, so that users of ARRI’s line of cameras, including the Amira and Alexa models, and lighting options Orbiter and ARRI LED ecosystem, will have a chance to talk directly to the company’s product managers weekly in May.

From the release, ARRI says, “You are essential to our business and maintaining our longstanding connection is now more important than ever. Given the current challenges of not being able to meet in person, we are introducing a new digital discussion platform: ARRI’s Virtual Round Table.

During these sessions, ARRI camera systems and lighting experts will moderate small groups discussions with a limited number of 10 participants. They will answer all your questions regarding specific product ranges and are happy to receive your feedback.”

The Virtual Round Table series will begin in May with one-hour time slots by a number of ARRI professionals:

Markus Duerr
Product Manager Camera Systems, ARRI AMIRA
Focus Product: AMIRA, AMIRA Live
May 4, 2021 9 a.m., 14 p.m., 6 p.m. CEST

Marc Shipman-Mueller
Product Manager Camera Systems, ARRI ALEXA
Focus products: The ARRI ALEXA Camera System including the ALEXA LF, ALEXA Mini LF, and ALEXA Mini
May 11, 2021 9 a.m., 14 p.m., 6 p.m. CEST

Markus Klüsener
Product Manager Lighting
Focus product: Orbiter and the ARRI LED ecosystem
May 18, 2021 9 a.m., 14 p.m., 6 p.m. CEST

You can get more information, register and submit two questions for any round table you plan to attend HERE.

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