Panasonic technology has been chosen by Brighton TV for its studio and locations production needs when the channel goes live later this month.
Blueshape has released a V-mount battery adapter for the Phantom Flex4K that has been approved by Vision Research, along with a new high-rate discharge battery designed for the camera.
We need more than a series of new graphics tools for Ultra HD, Augmented Reality and Virtual Reality production. We need a whole new camera system, argues Bruno Péter György, CEO, Zinemath.
Several new lenses suitable for 4K and Ultra HD production will be introduced at IBC from Fujinon, Zeiss and IBE Optics, while MTF is to release the first lens adaptors for the upcoming AJA Cion camera.
The Quicklink Merlin Backlink will be used by South African channel eNCA to cover the murder trial of British businessman Shrien Dewani, which begins in October.
Miniature camera solution specialist SeeSense has announced the availability of the new Ribcage system enabling fitting of C and CS-mount lenses on to GoPro cameras.
Over the last decade, we have seen the subtle but important evolution from simple body motion capture, such as stunt doubles, to full performance capture but we are still a long way from having believable entirely computer-generated movie stars.
Sony has created curved Exmor R CMOS sensors that have the same curvature as the human retina and should be up to twice as sensitive as a flat sensor.
A new compact 4K camera head will be launched by IO Industries at IBC.
Fifty years ago this week saw the Ranger spacecraft take the first pictures of the moon at close range, as part of nine unmanned US space missions.
Sony has unveiled a new 4K-ready XDCAM, the PXW-X70. TVBEurope got an exclusive sneak peek at the new camera at Pinewood Studios yesterday
Euro Media employed five new Grass Valley LDX cameras to cover the 101st running of the Tour de France. The LDX WorldCam cameras were used to provi [...] [...]
With the advent of digital cinema the movie industry is finally able to shift away from production and playback techniques that date back almost a century, yet silence has fallen on one such development – higher than 24fps rates.
The final of the 2014 World Cup was captured in 360º and in Ultra HD on the OmniCam developed by the Fraunhofer Heinrich Hertz Institute in Berlin. [...] [...]
IMAX has confirmed that its cameras will be used in the filming of the upcoming Star Wars: Episode VII
Cinemartin has announced the release next month of FLEC, the universal 15mm base plate for cameras and camcorders, video and photo.
At last week’s Royal Society Summer Science Exhibition in London, the Creative Cameras teams from Edinburgh’s Heriot-Watt University and the University of Glasgow showed two new methods of achieving 3D imaging using just a single camera, or even just a single pixel.
IP technology is increasingly seen as a pre-requisite among broadcasters for Ultra HD production of live events, with IP-enabled cameras a key missing link.
A camera fast enough to see light travelling through the air and even see around corners has been developed by researchers at Heriot-Watt University in Edinburgh.
Action from the tennis Grand Slam centre court was recently captured in 4K for the first time by Euromedia France, using Fujinon Cabrio lenses.
IMAX has developed the first fully integrated dual 65mm 4K digital large-format 3D camera and it's already seeing action on Transformers: Age of Extinction.