The University of Warsaw’s journalism department television studios have been upgraded to HD with new playout systems and a virtual studio. The installation was carried out by technology provider and installer 4Visions in conjunction with PBT EU, which supplied its range of broadcast servers.
Sony’s new 31-inch Grade 1 reference monitor, the BVM-HX310, was demonstrated at a special showing at New York’s B&H Technology Center, its first public outing in the U.S. The new reference monitor offers accurate color reproduction and high-contrast performance to provide professional content creators enhanced flexibility and
Atomos is targeting aspiring filmmakers using the new generation of full frame mirrorless cameras with its Ninja V 4K HDR monitor/recorder, which now supports Apple’s ProRes RAW video format. Until now, RAW video has been the domain of dedicated cinema cameras that are either limited in features or p
This is part 2 of the series “Where is Production Technology Headed for 2019?” Here we ask three executives from key production technology companies for their thoughts on new technology developments for 2019.
At CES 2019 it was announced that several leading display technology manufacturers have formed a new coalition to help promote 8K products to consumers and other commercial industries. The so-called 8K Association (8KA) will work on developing the entire value chain for 8K, with an initial focus on supporting the early
Teleprompters used to be a special item in a production budget, an extra daily cost for any shoot that often required a dedicated owner/operator on the set. Today, with the emergence of tiny video cameras and smartphones, teleprompters have dramatically fallen in price and usability.
Many in the media business are quick to offer insight into the direction of new technology. This is the beginning of a series of articles where thought leaders in the post community share some of their ideas on upcoming 2019 technological developments.