The 2016 NAB exhibition floor will see 4K lens introductions for both three 2/3-inch sensors and for single-sensor full frame cameras.
Reliable robotic camera solutions for newscast production used to be expensive propositions that took years to deliver a return on investment.
At this year's NAB Show, 4K/UHD cameras will be omnipresent in the booths of camera makers, with a wealth of new products and new features making their debuts.
The term future-proofing gets thrown around a lot when customers evaluate components for an installation.
I still remember a visit from a cellular phone company in the late 1990s to the affiliate where I worked, offering us liveshot capability over their wireless network.I remember we didn’t bite.
After years of work, with some interruptions, SMPTE’s Archive eXchange Format standard was published in September 2014.
When the television and cine markets began demanding 4K cameras, the quickest solution was to use large-format, single 4K sensors.
LED fixtures have comprised the majority of professional lighting systems shown at NAB for the past decade or so—and continue to build their share.
Camera support equipment manufacturers provide products that add production value and smooth camera movement.
The earliest intercom systems in broadcast facilities were homebuilt, primarily of telephone components.
At the 2014 NAB, Grass Valley dropped a bombshell when it introduced a three-sensor 4K camera, employing 2/3-inch CMOS chips, referred to as B4 mount.
Although it’s not ignoring the existing business it does with 1/3-inch camcorders for news and studio work, JVC has started to march in the 4K direction.
In a move designed to get its CION 4K/2K camera in the hands of users, AJA announced its #TryCION promotion, loaning cameras out to 100 qualified shooters who have applied for the program online.
Sony played host Sunday afternoon to its usual packed house NAB press conference with a bevy of new products and technology announcements.
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