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After conducting a survey among the buyers of Panasonic UX series, it was found out that a lot of people are not shooting in 4K. It is understandable that it is a new-age technology and hence the technique will take some time to sink in. In this video series, Hitesh, National Trainer for Panasonic 4K Imaging and his team ask Vijay Armstrong, an established cinematographer in Tamil and Telugu movie industry these questions and discuss the problems which the consumers are facing.

A lover of cinematography, one of the best elements of the visual media. I believe that everything - the written, the felt, even dreams can be effectively conveyed visually. I have learnt that we can arouse strong feelings by using technology in every which way possible. My dream to capture different emotions and innovative stories of cinema through my camera and my journey is towards this goal.

My journey began in 2000 as a student journalist/photographer for the esteemed publication ‘Ananda Vikatan’. From there I went on learn about the art of cinema from the connoisseurs of tamil cinema including B.Kannan, B.Lenin, C.J. Rajkumar, Dwarakanath and Siddharth. I have also been heavily involved in some high-profile projects including ‘Bommalattam’, ‘Autograph’, ‘Yaradi nee Mohini’, ‘Varalaru’ and ‘Kanavu Meipadavendum’.

In 2009 I got my first big break as a cameraman for Rajesh Lingam’s ‘Pugaipadam’. Following that came my next venture Nanda Periyasamy’s ‘Maththi Yosi’. My cinematography was appreciated and received critical acclaims. Recend works are 'Thottal Thodarum', 'Azhgu Kutti Chellam’, ’Sutti’ and 'Buddhan Yesu Gandhi'