Stephan Jukic – November 22, 2015 It seems that for the time being at least, Vudu has suddenly positioned itself as the single best source of next-generation 4K ultra HD content on the market right now. This may not necessarily apply in terms of quantity but it certainly seems like it does apply as far as quality goes. Why? Because for the moment, Vudu is the only source which currently offers the home theater lover a source of 4K UHD video which includes not only Dolby Atmos Surround Sound,…
DJI has begun shipping its anticipated 4K stabilized camera dubbed Osmo, featuring a three-axis stabilizer and dedicated iPhone clamp, allowing for super-smooth high-resolution footage in a compact and convenient package. AppleInsider offers an exclusive first look at the new device.
In the world of small consumer market aerial drones with photo/video capability, the competition is steadily heating up and some awesome newcomers to the market have arrived on the scene on a regular basis for the last couple of years. One of these is the wonderfully aesthetic and rather powerful Yuneec Typhoon Q500 4K UAV that we’re reviewing here. In a direct confrontation with DJI’s bestselling Phantom drone line, the Typhoon offers many of the same features as the Phantoms but packages them into a machine/controller combination which is decidedly much cooler looking and heftier.
The move, confirmed to an assembled industry audience by the company's chief marketing officer Steven Van Rooyen, will finally add substance to the television industry's fledgling 4K standard. 4K reaches up to four times the resolution and clarity of current HD broadcasts. It is presently used by BT Sport for Champions League matches.
AJA Video Systems today released three new models to its range of openGear-compatible video and audio rackframe cards, supporting single channel SDI-to-Fiber and Fiber-to-SDI conversion. The new openGear-compatible cards from AJA include the OG-FIBER-TR, OG-FIBER-T, and OG-FIBER-R. openGear is an open-architecture, modular frame system designed by Ross Video and supported by a diverse range of terminal equipment manufacturers.