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Live feed-sharing can allow multiple producers instant access to a unique on-location camera or feed. Photo courtesy Dejero.

Sharing Files And Live Streams On IP May 21st 2015 - 12:01 PM

Bonded cellular system technology progress is marked with MoJos and IP-based live stream sharing services.

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HD+4K cameras bring 4K live broadcast closer May 14th 2015 - 12:17 PM

The recent spate of announcements from camera manufacturers about plans to market HD and 4K shooters capable of accepting B4-mount standard lenses has been welcomed by the industry and appears to have brought live UHD broadcast launches closer.

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Sony made a big splash with the introduction of its new 2/3-inch 4K camera at its NAB press conference.

Three Chips For 4K!! April 20th 2015 - 01:00 PM

With the emergence of high-resolution (2K, 4K) single-sensor cameras in 2006 (Red Digital Cinema was first), many claimed that television production and digital cinematography would never revert to three-chip CCD cameras—the workhorse since RGB prisms made their way into video cameras—again.

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