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Insight TV, the world’s leading 4K UHD HDR broadcaster and producer of native UHD content, is going to create two music series with the world-famous music festival Tomorrowland as its backdrop. The stylish 4K HDR productions will focus on the crazy antics of the people who come back to this fairytale festival year after year, as well as the globally renowned DJs and musicians who make this one of the most exciting music events worldwide.
NEP Europe Strengthens its Market Position in 4K UHD and IP Live Production with 75 Grass Valley Cameras
NEP Europe has selected Grass Valley, a Belden Brand, to enhance its capability with 75 IP-enabled 4K UHD HDR cameras and accompanying base stations. Strengthening its position as one of the world's leading outsourced production partners, NEP has taken delivery of the new live production equipment for deployment across its fleet of OB trucks and studios.
Zero Density is pleased to announce a strategic partnership with AJA Video Systems, combining AJA's leading expertise in video hardware engineering with Zero Density's cutting-edge virtual studio and augmented reality solution Reality EngineTM.
On 19th June, the 4KREPROSYS* consortium led by AMP VISUAL TV won a prestigious European distinction: the Excellence Award for Multimedia, attributed by the European organisation Celtic Next (Eureka programme), for the results of its collaborative R&D programme : TV 4K production approach for RF and remote control productions. 4KREPROSYS offers a new solution to 4K TV production that meets both studio and outdoor technical needs using an “all-IP” approach, which also solves some of the issues related to bandwidth constraints, compatible frequencies and UHD transmission response times.
The HDC-5500 system camera brings new levels of image quality, portability and creative flexibility to live production environments. Enjoy premium 4K/HD/HDR picture quality – and anticipate tomorrow’s production needs while maintaining full compatibility with today’s workflows and system hardware.
This year’s EBU Technology & Innovation Award recognizes the development of Europe’s first all-IP UHD Outside Broadcast vehicle. The truck was commissioned by tpc, which is a subsidiary of the Swiss public service media organization SRG SSR. The award was presented to tpc’s CEO Detlef Sold today at the EBU Technical Assembly in Cavtat, Croatia.
The cameras are widely used for capturing 4K images in live sports production and high-end event broadcasting, especially for HDR productions, as they simultaneously output HDR and SDR. Other features of the AK-UC4000 include a high speed 2x, 3x or 4x output at 1080p for high-quality slow motion capture.
Taking place from May 26 to June 9, 10x AK-UC4000 camera channels, and two AK-UB300 4K box cameras, have been used on the ‘La Fabrique – Toulouse’ OB truck to broadcast live coverage of the main tennis action at Court Phillipe-Chatrier. The highlights from each match are then made available for replay on the channel at the end of each day.
31th May 2019: Sony has today announced that its VENICE full-frame digital motion picture camera will receive additional High Frame Rate (HFR) capabilities and added workflow flexibility with a new Version 5.0 firmware update planned for January 2020.
Euro Media Group makes major investment in Sony’s HDC-3500 which bolsters native 4K and IP capabilities
Internationally-renowned European broadcast facilities and services provider Euro Media Group, has today announced the acquisition of 42 Sony HDC-3500 system cameras with 4K and IP capability. Sony’s offering of service and training support together with the powerful combination of native 4K acquisition and IP capability of the cameras, will optimise ROI and enable reliable and high-quality production across a variety of applications and environments - from studios to sports and entertainment.
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Vislink Technologies HCAM-ULRX Camera System Offers Industry's Lowest Latency Wireless Video Solution
Vislink Technologies’ new low-latency HCAM 4K UHD transmitter and UltraReceiver (ULRX-LD) wireless camera solution offers single-frame end-to-end capabilities for broadcast sports and major entertainment event coverage applications. When used collaboratively, Vislink’s award-winning HCAM+ULRX solution provides less than one frame of latency when working with 4K content, making it the lowest latency, highest quality system on the market.
Presteigne Broadcast Hire has added 25 LDX 86N Universe 4K UHD cameras to its inventory, allowing it to offer stunning images and native 4K UHD, 3G and HD support to its clients. The new cameras enable the rental house to leverage a seamless upgrade path to 4K UHD, HDR and IP, as it addresses the needs of a rapidly evolving market.
Understanding the current state of the ultrahigh-definition (UHD) ecosystem, and especially the prospects for UHD broadcast, requires “considering the relative ease or difficulty with which rapid technological advances can be accommodated across each sector in the ecosystem.”
The 5G TODAY project officially launched its unique field trial for 5G Broadcasting. The project partners Bavarian Broadcasting Corporation (Bayerischer Rundfunk, BR), the Broadcast Technology Institute IRT, Kathrein, Rohde & Schwarz as well as Telefónica Germany are jointly testing broadcasting options for future 5G technology. The new large-area 5G field trial in the Bavarian alpine region is covered by two high-performance transmitters located in Ismaning and on the top of the Wendelstein mountain. Both operate with 100 kilowatts effective output power (technically: ERP). With the help of the high transmission towers and the high power of the transmitters (High-Power-High-Tower-Concept, HPHT), the large-area broadcasting of TV programs can be tested based on the new broadcast mode FeMBMS (Further evolved Multimedia Broadcast Multicast Service). The FeMBMS broadcast mode allows far-reaching and inexpensive distribution of popular content across large coverage areas with a radius of up to 60 kilometres.