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16th October 2019 @ 1:30 pm - 4:00 pm


Join us at London’s After Nyne Gallery to get hands on with Olympus’ innovative PRO Capture mode!

Imagine having your own in-camera Time Machine for those moments you can’t predict exactly when the action is going to happen…well with Olympus’ PRO Capture feature, now you can! This informative session will cover all aspects of understanding PRO Capture, and how to apply that knowledge when setting the camera up and saving these settings.

Attendees will learn about how many frames you can use and why, as well as subject matters that work perfectly with PRO Capture. During the session there will be a recreation of the Whisky Splash shot (pictured above), which although not the main use for Pro Capture (wildlife or sports photography), it will be the perfect model to give you an insight into how this great feature works. You will then have an opportunity to take a similar shot for yourself, furthering your understanding of the feature, with an Olympus Expert guiding you through setting up your camera for future shots.

Ticket price: £30

There are only a limited number of spaces for this informative event so don’t delay, book today!

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16th October 2019
1:30 pm - 4:00 pm
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After Nyne Gallery
10 Portland Road, Holland Park
London, W11 4LA United Kingdom
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