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EUROMEDIA, the leading French broadcast services provider is currently overhauling its technical vehicles and cameras and has recently acquired the first Sony HDC-4300 camera in France for its slow-motion applications.
The glass-free versions of the 98” and 84” LED LCD panels (TH-98LQ70L & TH-84LQ70L) sit alongside the company’s existing large 4K displays. The decision to add the LQ70L models was based on requests from the rental industry for a lighter and brighter version, gained by the removal of the protection glass.
Although SMPTE 4K standards have not yet been resolved, a number of new high-resolution camera systems from such companies as Blackmagic Design and ATOMOS are in widespread use. The german based manufactor SOMMER CABLE is now shipping optimum quality new 6G/12G SDI products designed for the standards of tomorrow.
Avid® will host a 4K & Resolution Independence Pro Video Event in New York on July 29, where attendees will discover how Avid Resolution Independence and the latest wave of Avid EverywhereTM solutions give users the freedom to accelerate 4K workflows and maximize collaboration.
When: Wednesday, July 29
Presentation: 4 - 6pm
Cocktails & networking: 6 - 7:30pm
I haven’t seen/heard so much finger pointing and buck passing since the EU (European Union) and Greece tried to solve the huge debt imbalance.
I’m talking about something closer to home – 4K content production, distribution, viewing.
It’s not happening because:
- No one is shooting/producing in 4K
- Not enough studios/networks have upgraded their infrastructure to offer 4K stuff
- There aren’t enough stable production/transmission standards to deliver to stuff
- Not enough pipe bandwidth to handle the workload…smoothly, beautifully
- Not enough 4K TV sets sold to send the stuff to
- Consumers couldn’t tell the quality difference and they’re not willing to pay for our quality (content and delivery). They’re ripping off too much of our stuff as it is
In a world where storytelling reigns, Crooked Letter Films' visual narratives have made lasting impressions for brands like Columbia Records, Refinery 29 and H&M. Based in New York, the one-stop shop conceptualizes, executes and delivers compelling digital stories for a range of clients, guiding each project from beginning to end. When Brooklyn Bicycle Co. recently approached Crooked Letter Films with the opportunity to create a promo for its website, company founder Gabriel Gomez set the bar high, electing to shoot the film in ProRes with an AJA CION production camera.
Introduced in April during the National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) convention in April, the Optical Devices Division of FUJIFILM North America Corporation has announced that the first two lenses in its 4K Ultra HD Series for sports and entertainment applications are available for delivery. The UA22x8 is the first portable zoom lens in the series, and the new UA80X9 is the first field lens.
The Ultra HD Forum, a global advocacy body with a mission to facilitate the adoption of UHD and related technologies, announced today that its membership has grown significantly, as the industry ramps up for UHD commercial deployments. The Ultra HD Forum’s membership has tripled to 20 member companies from the original founding charter members who included Dolby Laboratories, Ericsson, Harmonic, LG Electronics, NeuLion, and Sony.
Ultra HD programming is expected to see strong take-up rates globally, with failure to invest now will mean a failure to tap into its growing premium revenues, according to Alan Crisp, Analyst at satellite industry market research and consulting services firm NSR.
French facilities and production company AMP Visual TV has become the first European customer for the I-MOVIX X10 UHD RF ultra motion system.
X10 UHD RF is the latest version of the X10 product line and extends the operational flexibility of the X10 system by supporting wireless shooting in HD productions where being close to the action is important. Combining the class-leading features of the X10 technology with RF transmission capability for HD production, X10 UHD RF integrates Vision Research’s Flex 4K high-speed camera, and can be configured fully integrated with industry-leading production servers.
The IBC2015 Conference Prize is to be awarded to Andrew Cotton and Tim Borer of BBC Research & Development for their paper 'A display independent high dynamic range television system’. The paper will be given in the IBC Conference in a session starting at 14:00 on Friday 11 September.
Video Devices, a brand of video products developed by Sound Devices, LLC, is pleased to announce that its PIX-E5 4K recording monitor and SpeedDrive™, a recording and file-delivery accessory, are now shipping. The PIX-E5 is presently the world’s most compact 4K recording monitor. The five-inch, 1920-x1080-resolution unit comes packed with a full suite of precision-monitoring tools, SDI and HDMI I/O, plus the ability to record 4K and Apple ProRes 4444 XQ edit-ready files to affordable USB-based SpeedDrives with mSA
Broadcast Solutions GmbH will show its brand-new member of the Streamline product family of OB Vans. At IBC (Stand 0.B.01) the German company will have the first Streamline 4K OB Van at display. The Streamline S8 4K OB Van pushes the Streamline concept of pre-engineered OB Vans a step further. For the first time Broadcast Solutions combines the field-proven concepts of the Streamline family with 4K technology, enabling the customers to produce with forward-looking OB Vans and to be prepared for 4K productions.
VSM is the overall control system in China’s first 4K OB Van. Jiangsu Broadcast Corporation is one of the biggest broadcasting and media companies and incorporates several terrestrial and satellite TV channels, radio channels as well as newspapers and internet services. In 2015 the company put into service its new 24 camera JSBC 4K OB Van, the first 4K OB Van in China. L-S-B Broadcast Technologies together with local partner NDT took care of implementing VSM into this brand new mobile production vehicle.
Flying in the face of an expected 2% dip in overall sales of all TV screens, the Ultra HD 4KTV market is set to smash the 30 million shipment barrier by the end of 2015, says Futuresource Consulting.