Electronic camera manufacturers have spent – by some measures – something like the last twenty years trying to make digital cameras that shoot pictures that look like real movies. Now, they’re making cameras with larger and larger sensors, the better to simulate the sort of cameras that shot some of the greatest mid-twentieth-century movies, in the days of 70mm and VistaVision.
The UK Supreme Court, located in London, has installed Panasonic PTZ cameras for accurate legal recordings and transparency. Three court rooms at the Westminster building have each been equipped with four Panasonic HN130s, a RP150 camera controller and a NewTek Tricaster to efficiently record the high-profile cases.
Company adds to its spectrum of production, playback and streaming platforms.
A new range of automated live sports systems from Dutch video contribution technology vendor Mobile Viewpoint.
Hitomi Broadcast is promoting its MatchBox Glass app for “near instant” lip-sync alignment of mics and cameras.
Mo-Sys Engineering will demonstrate how to remotely operate cameras on the other side of the world, without perceived delay, with the launch of TimeCam.
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