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Get Out: a $4.5M budget horror movie by Director Jordan Peele and Cinematographer Toby Oliver (ACS) (released in Spring 2017) finished on the top 15th 2017 grossing movies in the US with more than $175M gross revenue. Get Out is now in the race for Best Picture Academy Award 2018.

     
     
 
Eurosport unveils live VR coverage for PyeongChang Games

Eurosport is to offer fans the first live VR coverage of the Olympic Winter Games across most European countries. The Winter Olympics Eurosport Virtual Reality app will deliver more than 50 hours of live coverage from PyeongChang during the Games.

     
     
 
Sony Venice to ship with Dual Base ISO mode and built-in 8-step optical ND filter

Sony has made a few last minute changes to the VENICE just before the camera starts to ship. New capabilities include a Dual Base ISO mode. Along with the previously announced native ISO of 500, Sony has added an additional 2500 ISO base as well. VENICE will also benefit from the unique addition of a built-in 8-step optical ND filter servo mechanism.

     
     
 
New AJA's FS-HDR v2.0 software enables greater control over color processing and HDR

AJA just released free v2.0 software for its FS-HDR enables greater control over color processing and HDR conversion, transforms and expands camera format support. FS-HDR v2.0 software introduces, according to AJA, intuitive new parametric controls that allow users to fine tune the look of final transforms in FS-HDR, and adds support for camera formats Sony S-Log3, S-Gamut Cine and S-Log3 BT.2020.

     
     
 
SAM Alchemist Live Goes Live for SDI Framerate Conversion, IP to Come

Alchemist Live SDI carries out motion compensated framerate conversion for live SDI media streams, free of artefacts, in real time so that video can be distributed worldwide without adding further manual steps to delivery workflows.

     
     
 
K-Tek Announces Squid to Attach Wireless Devices to Boom Poles

K-Tek has announced the Squid, a multi-purpose mounting solution to connect a transmitter, monitor, mobile device or remote to a boom pole, tripod, handgrip or other tube shaped object.

     
     
 
TNDV Installs Sony HDC-4300 Cameras on 4K Truck

TNDV Television has added a new tool to its Exclamation 53-foot double-expando 3G/4K mobile truck with the purchase of multiple Sony HDC-4300 cameras.

     
     
 
Fox Sports Australia now has a second Calrec Artemis console

Fox Sports Australia is now on-air with a second Calrec Artemis digital audio console at its Sydney headquarters after replacing a Calrec Zeta console that was installed in 2008.

     
     
 
FUJIFILM/FUJINON Announces On-Site Service & Support in South Korea for 2018 Winter Games

At next months Winter Games in PyeongChang, South Korea, the Optical Devices Division of FUJIFILM will provide on-site technical service and support for FUJINON lenses. Engineers from Fujifilms American, European and Japanese branches, along with the companys local Korean service representative, will be on hand starting February 1st to assist customers throughout the Winter Games. The events in PyeongChang begin on Friday, February 9th and run through Sunday, February 25th.

     
     
 
More Features For NewTek Connect Spark Converters And NDI PTZ Camera

NewTek announced new features for NewTek Connect Spark converters and the NewTek NDI PTZ camera, revolutionary devices designed to deliver video to a computer and/or an IP network using NDI. Existing customers can take advantage of the new features through software upgrades free of charge. Connect Spark converts either SDI or HDMI signals into NDI sources to be shared over a standard Ethernet networks either wired or wirelessly.

     
     
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