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Brigham Young University-Hawaii (BYU-Hawaii) is dipping its toe into 4K waters with the purchase of four SK‑UHD4000 ultra high definition (UHD) studio and field cameras from Hitachi Kokusai Electric America. With the school’s six-year-old HD cameras due for replacement in the university’s equipment cycle, they turned to the added resolution of 4K Ultra HD to future-proof their content for subsequent workflow upgrades. The move also raises the bar on student productions by providing them with superior-quality video acquisition capability for its diverse projects and long-term content archives.
Brigham Young University’s Hawaii campus (BYU-Hawaii) is taking its first step towards a 4K production future with the purchase of four Hitachi SK‑UHD4000 UHD studio and field cameras to provide superior-quality video acquisition for its diverse projects and long-term content archives.