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Sony enters low-cost 4K race with NEX-FS700

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Sony's NEX-FS700 confirms that 2012 is becoming "The Year of 4K".

BBC Natural History Unit to embrace 4K

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Yet another milestone on the 4k roadmap was passed last week when the BBC revealed that it was working on its first 4k originated documentary, Survival

Never has so much usable resolving power been packed into such a small device. From the minute you pick it up, you realise that this is an astonishing camera

First HEVC 4K broadcasts take place

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HEVC is real! The first live Ultra HD transmissions involving the HEVC codec have taken place with SES, Harmonic and Broadcom combining to squeeze the signal down into 20Mbit/s.

Blackmagic 4K Production Camera - First Aerial footage

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Here's the first aerial footage from the 4K Blackmagic Production Camera

REDRAY is real. Pictures are stunning

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REDRAY promises high quality 4K delivery and even streaming, and for the first time, we've seen the results

Wimbledon tennis looking at 4k

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Exclusive: Red Shark understands that the BBC is looking quite seriously at capturing this year’s Wimbledon tennis championships in 4k.

Why 4K is more important than you think

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In a recent article on The Hollywood Reporter, the paper questioned if 4K was "the best way to attract consumers." It's a fair question, but it may be missing the point.

For those with a Sony A7s or Panasonic GH4, here's a bit of good news: the Atomos is officially accepting pre-orders for the Shogun, the world's first 4K HDMI recorder, and throwing a Spyder into the mix.

Sony starts marketing 4K to consumers

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Sony begins to flex its 4K ecosystem. What's an ecosystem? It's what happens when content owners also control the means to distribution.

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