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Just a few blurry shots but here's Sony's prototype 4K media player - and a shot in video of the 4K consumer camcorder

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

Samsung has ever so slightly stunned the world with its NX1 camera. Here's the first 4K footage we've seen

Cheaper 4K computer monitors are coming

Published in Technology & Computing

4K computer monitors completely transform your day to day working experience. I know this because I've been using one for the last few months

4K hits the high-street

Published in Technology & Computing

How is 4K being presented to the shopping public?

Sony F55 Zooms in on World Series

Published in Production

 FOX Sports is using Sony’s F55 4K camera to give television viewers a better look at close plays during the 2013 Baseball World Series by positioning a manned 4K camera high over first base to cover all three bases and the home plate and extracting HD replays from the result.

Mark McCarthy rigs up a top-end second-hand Sony camera and is delighted with the results

Preparing to shoot RAW

Published in Post & VFX

Peter J. Haas outlines how to go about planning a shoot that utilizes RAW image capture, including a file size comparison between DSLR formats and CinemaDNG , a discussion of shooting ratios and how this translates into storage requirements for a secure post-production environment

Dell's just announced a 4K 32" monitor at SIGGRAPH

Sony 4K X9 series TV's now shipping

Published in Technology & Computing

Sony are now shipping their X9 series TV's with 4K resolution and Triluminos colour displays, at remarkably reasonable prices

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