Learn All About Zeiss At Band Pro Workshop With Christian Sebaldt, ASC In October

To be held at Band Pro’s Burbank location, this workshop will also bring Zeiss own Snehal Patel in a day that’s focused on using Zeiss glass for video capture in television, cinema and more.
When: Thursday, October 13, 2016, 1:00 to 5:00pm
Where: Band Pro Burbank, 3403 W. Pacific Avenue Burbank, CA 91505

  • 1:00 – 2:00 PM: Doors Open / Reception
    Touch and try Zeiss lenses for cinema applications including the new Lightweight Zoom LWZ.3 21-100.
  • 2:00 PM: Presentation by Christian Sebaldt, ASC
    Christian Sebaldt, ASC recently worked as a cinematographer on the Warner Brothers series ‘Rush Hour’ and is currently prepping a pilot for Disney.  He has used Zeiss lenses since starting his career in Munich, Germany. Christian will talk about how he chooses lenses for his shots.
  • 3:00 PM: Presentation by Snehal Patel, Sales Manager Cine, Zeiss: Choosing Lenses for Motion
    A short educational brief about sensor sizes vs. lens type, lens choice for various shots and Zeiss solutions including a full line of lightweight Cinema Zooms and lenses for still/photo hybrid cameras.
  • 4:00 PM – 5:00 PM: Hands-On Time
    The full array of compact zooms, lightweight zoom, compact primes, Otus, Milvus, Loxia & Batis lenses by Zeiss will be on display.

Director of Photography Christian Sebaldt has worked on numerous high profile projects such as CSI:, CBS’ Rush Hour, Resident Evil: Apocalypse and more. For more on him and his work visit
For more information on how Band Pro and Zeiss work so well together, see our video about Band Pro’s lens department converting older Zeiss lenses with Snehal Patel and Jeff Cree here: Classic Carl Zeiss Lenses Transformed By Focus Optics At Band Pro Burbank
Finally, make sure to sign up for this awesome event before space fills up (it is limited) at

Written by Jake Fruia

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