Legislative television service The FLORIDA Channel has purchased three Z-HD5000 HDTV cameras from Hitachi Kokusai to enable high-quality video acquisition for its studio productions.
Students at Radford University’s School of Communications are getting hands on production experience with a batch of Z-HD5000 cameras from Hitachi.
The University of Virginia Cavaliers compete across 25 NCAA Division I sports, but until recently, our live video productions were seen exclusively on large video boards within our own venues, engaging fans under our “Hoo Vision” brand.
The University of Massachusetts Lowell must have gave high grades to the Hitachi Z-HD5000.
In order to stream 30 of its men’s and women’s NCAA Division I basketball games over ESPN3—the online streaming service of ESPN—the athletics department at New York’s Binghamton University deployed four Z-HD5000 cameras from Hitachi Kokusai Electric America Ltd.
Jordan Radio and Television, the Jordanian state broadcaster, has a new set of wheels.
Hitachi and the New World Symphony orchestral academy are teaming up to play beautiful music together in 4K.
When Four Village Studio (4VS), a government access television studio based in Floral Park, N.Y., began its upgrade to HD production capabilities, it made the decision to acquire four Z-HD5000 HDTV cameras from Hitachi.
After nearly 75 years of serving its congregation, Grace Church of Wooster, Ohio sought to add a video element to its services.
Water of Life Community Church, a non-denominational church based in Fontana, Calif., recently expanded with a new facility and equipped it with four Hitachi Z-HD5000 HDTV cameras.
As ATSC 3.0 approaches maturity, broadcasters need to begin market trials and field tests to ensure they can meet the demands of this future broadcast standard.
At the 2016 NAB Show Hitachi Kokusai Electric America Ltd. will be demonstrating the world’s first dockable 8K camera, the SK-UHD8060 Super Hi-Vision camera, along with 4K camera video encapsulated into uncompressed IP streams and delivered over fiber to the Media Links booth (SU4721) via Media Links’ MD8000 IP transport platform.