Panasonic EVA1 Guide by Barry Green now Available – For Free

Panasonic EVA1 Guide by Barry Green now Available - For Free

Do you own a Panasonic AU-EVA1 camera? Tired of digging through YouTube and/or shady forums to get additional intel on how to squeeze the very last piece of performance out of it? Well, look no further. Barry Green has published a comprehensive e-book – An EVA1 Guide for free!

EVA1 Guide

Almost every major camera manufacturer has its own industry specialist. One who knows every last detail of a given camera and spreads the word among the community. Sony has Alister Chapman, RED has Phil Holland and Panasonic? Well, Panasonic has Barry Green. And that exact Barry Green has just published an extensive e-book, an EVA1 guide.

Panasonic AU-EVA1 Guide

Just as Alister Chapman’s guide to the Sony FS7 Cine EI mode, this EVA1 guide isn’t just a manual. It’s a comprehensive real-life guide to the camera. Since Barry Green is a professional in his line of work, this guide is far from real-life Youtube flicks which oftentimes come without too much insight.. This guide to the EVA1 covers everything there is: The camera body itself with all the connectors, buttons and dials, the menu structure, codecs and recordings formats, LUTs and looks, and everything else. All in one PDF. For a brief overview of the camera in question, watch the video below, also hosted by Barry Green:

I’m not sure if you have to read all of the 208 pages of this EVA1 guide but if you need to look up some specific function of the camera, this guide might be a very handy and comprehensive reference. And, since you can download it as a PDF, you can take it with you all the time. No internet connection needed for that frustating Youtube session.

Download for Free

The EVA1 guide is available for download and it’s completely free. You need to fill out a form with your credentials and that’s it. Head over to info.panasonic.com and get your copy. Only one download is admitted for a given email adress so you might want to save the PDF in order to refer back to it when you need it.

Links: Panasonic

Do you own/use a Panasonic EVA1 for your work? What are your experiences with that camera? Share your thoughts in the comments below!

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