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Sony PXW-FS7 Confirms Multi-front War on Canon

Sony PXW-FS7 Confirms Multi-front War on Canon | world of Photo and vidéo | Scoop.it

Time for TUMS, Canon: The new Sony PXW-FS7 — an on-board 4K, Super 35 sensor, 10 bit 4:2:2 and up to 120fps cam — is a direct challenge to the Cinema EOS line at an aggressive price point, adding to what should be Canon’s gastrointestinal distress over the A7s.[adrotate gr... http://blog.planet5d.com/2014/09/sony-pxw-fs7-confirms-multi-front-war-on-canon/


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engadget: Sony's 4K Handycam and HXR-IFR5 4K Interface Unit prototypes eyes-on

engadget: Sony's 4K Handycam and HXR-IFR5 4K Interface Unit prototypes eyes-on | world of Photo and vidéo | Scoop.it

Posted by Brian Heater on January 7, 2013 • 

 

"No question, today's Sony press conference was all about the 4K. TVs, media services and even 4K recording for consumers. The latter arrived in the form of a couple of prototypes. First off was the generically labelled 4K Consumer Camcorder, a prototype device that was hanging out in a glass case at the Sony booth after the event concluded -- though there was a Handycam logo on the side of the device. It's not a bad looking handheld -- about a standard size for a prosumer model, with a viewfinder, mic and handle at the top. As for specs? No such luck at this early stage."

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Watch also: CES: A chat with Sony about their 4K Camcorder Concept at cnettv.cnet.com (02:13)


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Vasily Gatov's curator insight, January 8, 2013 10:29 AM

In a few years they will tell us to buy 4K displays - because our home video shot on this device will "just look better".

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The Cost of 4K: From Acquisition to Archiving. By Juliet McNally, AbelCine

The Cost of 4K: From Acquisition to Archiving. By Juliet McNally, AbelCine | world of Photo and vidéo | Scoop.it

Posted by Juliet McNally on May 21, 2013 • 

 

"4K was the definitive buzzword at NAB this year, as well as CES, with a number of manufacturers releasing 4K televisions, 4K game systems, and 4K cameras. With the consumer demand for 4K content just around the corner, one of the most often asked questions is “How much is this gonna cost us?!” After polling a number of industry sources, I decided to try and break down the costs of shooting, color correcting, and finishing in 4K to show that it isn’t as intimidating as you might think.

 

Let’s use a typical multi-camera one-hour television drama (such as Game of Thrones) shooting six hours of footage per day with nine cameras. And let’s assume that everything is shot in ProRes 4444 at 24fps, just to make it a little easier to get some figures. Additionally, let’s say they’re using a camera that can shoot both formats, so the production equipment is the same, but the amount of media and storage will differ. This isn’t a magical camera, by the way, there are plenty of cameras that offer 4K and 1080 recording options in the same codec, as well as external recorders like AJA’s Ki Pro Quad or the new Odyssey 7Q from Convergent Design."

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