Atomos announces 4K flagship Shogun Inferno

Published in Production

Hot on the heels of the recent Flame series of HDR monitors/recorders, Atmos has just added a new high-end product to the stable in the form of the Shogun Inferno.

Sony has debuted a new type of LED screen that aims to expand the colour gamut and and dynamic range of large video installations, even as resolutions reach 8K and beyond.

Amazon Prime first to stream HDR video content

Published in Post & VFX

It’s something of a limited launch: one series in one country on one make of television, but it’s still a launch. HDR is coming, albeit slowly, and it's coming first to Amazon Prime.

Get ready for the HDR format war

Published in Technology & Computing

The ITU has in the end not just recommended one HDR standard, but two. Phil Rhodes on the competing standards that offer contrasting benefits: which one will come out on top?

Blu-ray's comeback: 4K UHD discs forecasted to surge

Published in Business

Perhaps physical media isn't dead after all, as industry experts predict a surge in sales for 4K Blu-ray discs.

Think you know what to do with your high dynamic range video recordings? There may be other creative possibilities of HDR that you should consider.

Support for Dolby Vision grows with the announcement that Sony Pictures Home Entertainment will use the Dolby Vision mastering process for high dynamic range 4K/UHD, featuring more vibrant colors/brightness and wider contrast range.

HDR is approaching serious mass market take-off

Published in Business

Two recent announcements — Rogers in Canada planning live baseball in HDR and Dolby inking a deal with MStar to put its Vision system on a chip — show that the momentum behind HDR is starting to accelerate.

Sony, anticipating that high dynamic range 4K is the next evolutionary step for production workflows and eventually consumer displays, debuts the BVM-X300 4K OLED monitor with a million-to-one contrast ratio and a much wider color gamut. By Neal Romanek.

Getting a look into the future at the IBC Future Zone

Published in Production

Over the years, those in the know have made a habit of visiting the IBC Future Zone for the very latest news from NHK’s Super Hi-Vision 8K project and a glimpse into the other new technologies that could go on to shape the future of the industry.

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