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At IBC2017 Sony unveiled the UHC-8300, its first 8K camera system to include three 1.25-inch 8K sensors. The UHC-8300 was demonstrated at the Sony stand for the first time globally. It opens up the world of 8K with the flexibility to offer customers new capturing technology for shooting in 4K and more.
As part of the collaboration between Panasonic and Berlin Phil Media, Panasonic System Communications Company Europe (PSCEU) planned and built a new UHD-HDR production facility in the Berliner Philharmonie. Panasonic was supported by the Munich based system integrator VIDEOCATION.
Cinevideo, one of Italy's foremost broadcast service providers and rental houses, has installed two Calrec Artemis Light consoles on Dolphin 7.0, its all-new, flagship 4K OB vehicle. Supplied by Calrec distributor and systems integrator Broadcast Solutions, the two consoles are connected via Hydra2 to provide maximum flexibility, redundancy, and modularity for live productions.
Blackmagic Design today announced Ultimatte 12, a new realtime hardware compositing processor that’s perfect for broadcast quality keying, adding augmented reality elements into shots, working with virtual sets and more. Ultimatte 12 is available immediately from Blackmagic Design resellers worldwide for US$9,995.
In a deal that shows the growing adoption of IP infrastructures for the production of tomorrow’s major live events, XT4K live production servers from EVS will be implemented into two central production hubs by NEP Australia, which the facilities provider will operate for a new IP-driven remote production network.
PHABRIX announced that Italian broadcast production company Cinevideo is installing the PHABRIX Qx 12G to serve as the main test and measurement system for IP, 4K/UHD (12G-SDI), and HD within its state-of-the-art outside broadcasting (OB) truck called Dolphin 7.0. Supplied by system integrator Video Signal, the PHABRIX Qx 12G gives Cinevideo's newest 4K mobile unit a rich array of advanced signal generation, analysis, and monitoring capabilities.
Grass Valley, a Belden Brand, has announced that leading broadcast equipment hire company ES Broadcast Hire has selected a significant number of Grass Valley LDX 86N Series cameras and LDX 82 Series cameras to increase its 4K and HD hire fleet. All cameras are enabled with Grass Valley’s unrivalled native HDR acquisition.
French rental house, Video Plus, is the latest company to invest in EVS’ industry-leading UHD-4K live production technology, as it prepares to meet growing customer demand for UHD-4K production services. The deal, which was agreed at IBC2017 in Amsterdam, includes the purchase of multiple EVS XT4K live production servers, as well as XFile3 systems for file transfer and archiving.
Today at IBC, ES Broadcast Hire announces a significant investment in Sony 4K HDR technology, with the purchase of 100 x HDC-4300 4K system cameras, 2 x HDC-4800 Ultra High Frame Rate cameras, and 2 x XVS-8000 4K switchers.
VITEC, a worldwide leader in advanced video encoding and streaming solutions, today announced that it is making it more affordable to stream and distribute 4K content at an MSRP of only $25,000. The MGW Vision real-time encoder produces HEVC bandwidth-efficient 4K IPTV streams for use in broadcast centers, in-house IPTV applications, sports, and live events.
At IBC 2017, AJA Video Systems unveiled a new line of FiDO 12G to Fiber/Fiber to 12G Mini-Converters. New price reductions have also been announced for the Hi5-4K-Plus (3G-SDI to HDMI 2.0) and 3GM (3G/1.5G Mux/DeMux) Mini-Converters, bringing the costs down from $695 to $595, and $795 to $495 respectively
Marking the start of new TV-station MySports of Swiss Cable provider UPC, the company commissioned NEP Switzerland as technology and production partner for building and running new 4K/UHD broadcast facilities. Together with general contracting partner Broadcast Solutions GmbH the Swiss TV production company, part of the NEP global network, is currently integrating the latest broadcast technology in a studio plus Playout Center and an additional remote studio at two locations.
sonoVTS, the Munich-based provider of System Design and Integration; Equipment Rental and Operations; Service and Consulting and distribution of professional products, is nearing completion of what will be the industry’s first pure all-IP OB truck, supporting uncompressed HD and UHD signals over IP based on the SMPTE ST 2110 standard.
Sony Professional Solutions Europe is unveiling VENICE – its first full-frame digital motion picture camera system. VENICE is the next generation of Sony’s CineAlta camera system, designed to expand the filmmaker’s creative freedom through large-format, full frame image capture of filmic imagery with natural skin tones and expressive dark areas. VENICE was designed through close collaboration and careful research with the creative community, fulfilling the various requirements from filmmakers and production professionals.
Developing, delivering, and using a new technology like VR isn’t easy; but gawk, is it fun.
At IBC, we’ll see – and hear from – people who can see it, almost touch it. And we’ll hear a ton of naysayers.
They’ve forgotten that:
- Silent movies lasted from 1895 – 1936
- B&W TV started in 1928
- The first U.S. color transmission was in 1954 (Tournament of Roses) but B&W reigned for another dozen years
Not a lot of color TV sets sold back then.
Why? Lack of content, high cost of production and lack of viewing screens.
The M&E industry has a lot of challenges, issues, opportunities on its plate but the Amsterdam event (Sept 14-19) is focused on helping the industry be prepared to prosper in the next 50 years.