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April 21, 2014, 02:47 PM
As one ventured in the South door of the Convention Center, walking straight ahead, one came across the Blackmagic Design logo in large letters, framed on the east wall of the exhibit that was absolutely crowded with people like kids in a candy store. For a moment it seemed that the show was centered around this one space and that everyone had to get a look at these radically designed new cameras.#4k#nab#hardware#cinematography#uhd#ultra hd#blackmagic cameras
April 17, 2014, 08:05 PM
An application platform that unifies 4K and UHD video delivery in the home along side traditional video and OTT services.#4k#news#entertainment#trends#uhd#ultra hd#aiotv
February 5, 2014, 09:37 AM
Tech geeks love it. Cinematographers embrace it. Television manufacturers and Internet delivery systems promote it. Post houses try to ignore it. American broadcasters reject it. Studios well, um, will always find a way to profit from it before it becomes commonplace. Like the motion picture business, the content production process, and the way we receive content is changing. In addition, our viewing habits are changing as well.#editing#4k#post production#uhd#ultra hd#media trends#ultra high definition
January 20, 2014, 02:49 AM
Panasonic has unveiled more about the GH 4K, which will fit into their mirrorless camera line. Engadget snapped a few photos of the new 4K cam at the Panasonic booth, and managed to get some new details from the representative there.#4k#news#cameras#panasonic#uhd#ultra hd
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