Ericsson demonstrate live 4K transmissions

Published in Studio & Broadcast

At the recent EBU production technology seminar in Geneva, Ericsson demonstrated live UHDTV transmission and say that 2013 is going to be a landmark year for 4K

IBC in the rear view mirror

Published in Technology & Computing

Sponsored Article: Neil Roberts recaps IBC2015 and highlights Forscene's cloud-based editing solution for collaborative and remote workflows.

Vizio - well known in the US but almost completely unknown in most of the rest of the world - has launched an incredibly cheap 4K TV range (starting at $999 for 50") and a "Reference" series that includes 4K at 10 bit

Toshiba announces 4K Blu Ray Player... er... no, it doesn't

Patent litigation is not a spectator sport

Published in Business

You may have heard that one of the top camera manufacturers is taking legal action against another for alleged patent infringement. This is news, but there's very little point in speculating about the outcome at this stage. Only a select group of people working for those companies will have access to evidence that proves the rights or wrongs of the case. We certainly don't

World's smallest 4K display

Published in Studio & Broadcast

Japanese upstart Ortustech breaks new ground with a 4K display smaller than an iPad

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.

Sony's tiny 4K HandyCam supports a full 4K HDMI output that should be compatible with the upcoming Atomos Shogun 4K recorder - months before the A7S

The Seiki 4K set for under $1300 is in the shops and apparently selling well to early adopters who shrug off the unavailability of 4K material. But is it any good? The first in-depth reviews are out

Why 4K is good news for HD users

Published in Technology & Computing

It's almost like a miracle! You can get 4:4:4 video from 4:2:0 video - if you downsample from 4K. Michael Ma shows how it's done in this video

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