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Sony Unveiled a Professional RAID Line of Portable Hard Drives

One of the announcements that you might have missed from this years IBC trade show in Amsterdam is related to the professional RAID line of portable hard drives that Sony recently launched along with the flagship Sony PXW-FS5 and Sony A7S II cameras. Positioned as part of the companys 4K production workflow, Sony unveiled the PSZ-RA4T and PSZ-RA6T units providing 4TB and 6TB of data storage capacity respectively.

Zylight Taking Silent LED Fresnel to LDI 2015

Zylight will demonstrate a prototype of its new silent F8-300 LED Fresnel at Live Design International (LDI) 2015, which runs Oct. 23-24 in Las Vegas, Nev. Engineered specifically for quiet studios and venues, the F8-300 delivers the equivalent brightness of a 600-watt HMI Fresnel while using passive cooling instead of an internal fan.

Pixel Power looks to the future of playout at SMPTE

Pixel Power, the innovative supplier of broadcast graphics and automation solutions, is focusing on the transition to IP at SMPTE 2015 (Hollywood, 26 29 October). StreamMaster is a radical new software playout platform, designed for the IP future while still supporting todays SDI infrastructures.

NEP turns to Calrec Audio once again for new OB unit

U.S.-based global outside broadcast (OB) and facilities company NEP has installed Calrec Apollo and Artemis audio consoles into a new OB truck to cover professional golf and football in the U.S.

Sony's superb new FS5 - the camera DSLR users have dreamed of

Sony's Super 35mm FS7 really hit the spot when it was revealed last year. By all accounts it's still selling quickly, and producing great results. But in the race to announce something new every year, where does Sony go next? The FS5 is the answer.

Sony confirm FS7 will get 2K center crop and other new features by end of 2015

As previously announced, Sony have confirmed that an upcoming firmware release for the popular Sony PXW-FS7 will enable several new features by the end of the year. The most notable addition will be the 2K center scan function which crops a 2K image out of the middle of the sensors 4K frame. The feature, that is also found on the new FS5, will effectively double your lenses focal length without losing any stops of light when shooting in HD or 2K modes.

Taiwans First 24-Hour News Network Selects TVU Networks to Expand Mobile IP Video Transmission Capabilities

TVU Networks, the global technology leader in live IP video solutions, today announced that Television Broadcasts Satellite (TVBS), the first 24-hour news network in Taiwan, is expanding their TVU Networks suite of IP-based live video broadcast solutions by deploying multiple units of TVU One, TVUs newest, ultra-compact mobile transmitter and TVU Anywhere, TVUs smartphone-based app which broadcasts live from a mobile device with the push of a button.

Panasonic Ships DVX200 4K Camera

Panasonic's new sub-$5,000 4K MFT camera, the AG-DVX200, has begun shipping. The first DVX200 left the company's Okayama factory on September 25, according to a blog post by Panasonic Professional Imaging Director Kunihiko Miyagi, and the cameras started showing up at resellers this week.

Video Devices adds LUT support to PIX-E recorders with firmware update

Video Devices have released updated v1.05 firmware for their Pix-E line of 5″ monitor / recorders which adds support for LUTs, and also enables Panasonic cameras (like the GH4, for example) to start or stop recording over HDMI. The firmware includes several LUTs as standard and will allow users to import new ones via SD card.

IBC 2015: FOR-A debuted new control panel of HVS-2000 vision mixer

At the IBC Show 2015 FOR-A introduced a new control panel for its HVS-2000 vision mixer and GearLink total control software. First introduced at last years IBC Show, the HVS-2000 is the newest in FOR-As successful line of HANABI switchers. This year the mixer came out with a control panel expanded to three rows.

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