Atomos has announced that its 19-inch 4Kp60 production monitor recorder with AtomHDR is now shipping. Ideally suited for both on-set and post production, it includes such features as AtomHDR, a 1920x1080 1200 nit high bright LCD screen, quadlink SDI and Raw recording, and a number of versatile powering options. The company said its quad HD switching function will be added via a free firmware update later in the year.
The DM Series of critical evaluation monitors from Flanders Scientific offers focus assist that’s ahead of its competitors, at an affordable price.
RTW will display a new firmware upgrade for its TouchMonitor TM7 and TM9 series at SMPTE17 conference in Sydney, Australia, July 18-21, (exhibiting in the Professional Audio & Television stand #F14). The company will also spotlight its growing line of hardware and software audio metering solutions.
NEP Australia – providers of broadcast engineering, remote production, studio production, video display, host broadcasting and post production services – has chosen Sony HDC-4300 cameras, Sony XVS-6000 and XVS-8000 IP-capable, SMPTE ST 2110 ready switchers, as well as a wide range of Sony OLED and LCD monitors, for its new IP-based remote production network based around hubs in Sydney and Melbourne. NEP’s new Andrews Hubs, the first of their kind in Australia, will connect 29 sporting venues via a new high bandwidth network. Four new all-IP outside broadcast trucks and seven legacy SDI trucks with new IP layers will complement the two production hubs, which are located in Sydney and Melbourne. NEP’s Andrews Hubs will enable multiple simultaneous outside broadcasts (OBs), so while the Sony HDC-4300 cameras will be located at the venues, event production teams will be based at the production hubs.
Televizia Markiza, a leading commercial television broadcaster in Slovakia, is now fully high definition after adding a new outside broadcast truck to its fleet. Its latest HD vehicle was built by German systems integrator Broadcast Solutions working with Slovakian company ELEKONIKA and is designed for both general location production and studio disaster recovery situations.
At the InfoComm Show DELTACAST is launching a new interface card for the HDMI 2.0 and DisplayPort 1.3 standard protocols to accommodate monitors and other types of computer displays that support higher frame rate, larger resolution, low latency and higher bit depth—such as 4K and HDR content.