zLense's depth-mapping camera solution captures 3D data and scenery in realtime and adds a 3D layer to the footage
RED Digital Cinema has been showcasing its 6K RED DRAGON sensor at Wildscreen 2014 this week, the world's largest and most prestigious international wildlife and environmental film festival.
Canon has expanded its Cinema EOS System with the EOS C100 Mark II, its latest large sensor professional video camera for single operators.
Polecam Systems demonstrated its new underwater camera housing, the Polecam Fishface 500, at IBC, which has been designed specifically to enable the use of the Antelope Pico underwater.
Formula One World Champion Infiniti Red Bull Racing has enlisted the help of Polecam and Live Motion Concept (LMC) for pit stop analysis.
Gearhouse Broadcast has delivered a full range of HD production facilities for the 2014 Asian Games, which took place in Incheon, South Korea.
Sony’s PMW-300 camcorder has been used to shoot all of Sky Sports’ live polo coverage in the UK this summer.
Canon has added to its cine servo lens line-up with the new CN20x50, an ultra-telephoto zoom lens for sport and nature TV production.
A 4K Codex recording system has been launched into space for a forthcoming IMAX production, and will orbit the Earth for the next 12 months.
Fujinon has announced a five-year cooperation with UK RaceTech, which specialises in sports productions at race courses throughout the UK.
A digital panoramic camera which will offer news gathering teams a unique perspective on the world unfolding around them, was promised by NCTech at IBC.
Vinten has supplied a Vinten encoded pan and tilt head to Sky Sports for use in studio during the upcoming Ryder Cup.
Camera Corps will demonstrate its range of camera systems at the biennial Wildscreen Film Festival in Bristol, 19-24 October.
Shotoku Broadcast Systems announced the recent installation of a robotically controlled system at Atresmedia Corporación de Medios de Comunicación.
Gearhouse Broadcast has agreed a multi-million pound deal to buy the first 50 of Hitachi's new broadcast 4K ultra HDTV camera systems.
Higher dynamic range, with 20 times the contrast of standard video, offers better colour rendition and the image sharpness is “profoundly different. It really is as close to the eye as you can get with today’s technology,” said Milan Krsljanin, Arri’s director of business development at IBC.
Gearhouse has bought the entire first production run of Hitachi’s newly announced SK-UHD4000 Ultra HD camera, with plans to offer them for use on the Asian Football Championships in Australia in January.
The modular new Panasonic Varicam, which can shoot either 4K/Ultra HD or high-speed HD, ships next month.
Hot-swappable batteries can now be used with almost any type of camera or other portable equipment, in the form of the new Atomos Power Station, which is designed to meet the needs of 80-90% of camera users.
Bel Digital Audio has announced at IBC that all of its 16 channel audio and audio/video monitors will now feature loudness metering as standard. The c [...] [...]