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Red Dragon Sensor: "More resolution than 65mm film..."

Published in Production

RedShark contributor Phil Rhodes pointed out something to me the other day that sounds obvious when you hear it: that camera makers never used to make film, and yet - if you can remember that far back - it is the film that determines the quality and feel of the photograph (and the lens, of course), not the camera

This summer we're re-running some of our most popular articles, in case you didn't see them the first time around. Today: 4K is careering towards us like an out-of-control steamroller. But hang on a minute! HD hasn't suddenly got worse, and we all thought it was pretty good a couple of years ago...

We're almost certain that the new FS700 Mk II will be announced soon - possibly as early as next week

Sony's new consumer 4K handycam - first footage

4K in Slow Motion at the Superbowl

Published in Technology & Computing

Host broadcaster CBS had over 60 cameras at the Superbowl, including 6 FT- ONE 4K cameras from FOR-A but they weren’t used for normal game footage. The FOR-A Cameras can shoot 4K at up to 900 frames per second so they are the perfect system for capturing disputed plays

Why I'm excited about the Blackmagic URSA

Published in Technology & Computing

 Blackmagic's URSA is a radical departure. It's exciting. Here's why.

The eagerly awaited 4K Blackmagic Production Camera is now shipping, and is significantly cheaper than when first announced. The new price is $2,995, €2,279, £1,925 (down from $3,995)

 Here's another chance to see this article about how there's more to HD than we realise. It might be that we're just not using it properly!

Sony answers questions about 4K

Published in Technology & Computing

Sony has given its fullest set of answers so far to its vision and strategy for 4K, robustly supporting the format in a detailed question and answer session

Did Sony just reveal the next Blu Ray?

Published in Studio & Broadcast

Well, this is fascinating.

Revealed in Sony's blog is not just that the Sony Bravia 4K 84" TV will upscale HD to 4K using a dedicated chipset (that's not surprising) but that it will come with what Sony describes as "the world's first 4K Ultra HD delivery solution, complete with pre-loaded, native entertainment". This will include "full length feature Hollywood productions".

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