Vol 22 - Issue 17


JVC Expands 4KCAM Line-up

by Tom Allen

Three new camcorders were shown by JVC Professional: 35mm, streaming and compact models. They are designed to accommodate various workflows and are able to shoot in DCI-4k. The flagship is the GY-LS300 Super 35mm …

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Highlights from the Technology Summit on Cinema

by Chris Chinnock

Each year, SMPTE produces the NAB pre-show called the Technology Summit on Cinema (TSC), which I find a very worthwhile event to attend – if you have an interest in cutting edge technology as …

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Blackmagic Rolls Out Massive Portfolio Update

by Tom Allen

38 new products were launched by Blackmagic Design at the show, although only a few were relevant to us. Last year, Blackmagic introduced a high-end digital film camera called URSA, which was designed to …

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HP Comfortably Retains Workstation Leadership

by Tom Allen

HP had a raft of new displays, all designed for professional users. Workstations and monitors were both featured. The Omen Pro workstation – which shares a design with the Omen gaming laptop – is …

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Black Box is Ready for High-Res Transport

by Tom Allen

Black Box was making ready for UltraHD transmission, with three new products for broadcast and post-production. First was the Agility IP-based KVM switching and extending system; this features ‘lossless’ signal management for point-to-point extension, …

Tags:Interface Extenders| KVMs| Large Display Monitor| NAB 2015| Switchers| UltraHD & 4K| Vol 22 - Issue 17

Streaming Goes Multi-Screen – On One Screen

by Tom Allen

A new streaming device from 4SeTV is designed to bypass scheduling conflicts that arise when people want to watch different programmes. The product can be used with a tablet, smartphone or PC, and will …

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RealD system contrast

Are 1M:1 HDR Theatrical Projectors Really Needed?

by Chris Chinnock

That’s not exactly the message that RealD’s Pete Lude wanted to convey in his talk at the Technology Summit on Cinema, but it is was the something that exhibitors and projector makers should be …

Tags:Cinema| Cinema Projection| HDR - High Dynamic Range| Large Display Monitor| NAB 2015| Vol 22 - Issue 17

NAB 2015 Roundup

by Tom Allen

A new series of UltraHD lenses was shown by Fujifilm. The first is the UA80X9, designed for a 2/3″ sensor, with an 80x zoom and optical image stabilisation. The lens covers focal lengths from …

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Primeview Shows OLED to US Market

by Tom Allen

Primeview used NAB to show off its ‘studio-quality’ 55″ OLED display, first seen and reported by us at ISE – the PRV55OLEDHDBT. The company stressed the advantages of OLED over LCD, including refresh rate, …

Tags:Large Display Monitor| NAB 2015| OLEDs| Video Walls| Vol 22 - Issue 17

Touch and Non-Touch 2015 Market Growth

by Steve Sechrist

Source: Touch Display Research The next wave in both touch and touch-less technology was the focus at the Society for Information Display Pacific Northwest Chapter meeting with guest speaker, Dr. Jennifer Colegrove, Principal Analyst …

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