Beyond 4K Buzz & Trends
Ethos Media Invests in AG-UX180 4K Camcorders For Live Event Production
Video production company Ethos Media, serving the Dallas and Fort Worth markets, recently purchased three Panasonic AG-UX180 4K camcorders for live event coverage. While a primary assignment for the UX180s has been recording weekly services at the Stonebriar Community Church (Frisco, TX), the camcorders have also been used on a variety of theatrical, concert and corporate projects.
Ultra Music Festival Live Broadcast Filmed with URSA Mini Pro and URSA Mini 4.6K
Blackmagic Design has today announced that its URSA Mini 4.6K and URSA Mini Pro cameras were used to produce a live YouTube broadcast during this year’s Ultra Music Festival (UMF). For the first time at the UMF, DJs on the Main Stage were captured and broadcast in stunning 4K.
RTM Productions Goes Under the Hood with VariCam LT 4K Cinema Camcorders
RTM Productions (Franklin, TN), creators of PowerNation, the country’s most-watched automotive how-to TV programming, is producing its 2017 season of popular tech shows with recently acquired Panasonic gear, including six VariCam LT 4K cinema camcorders, three AG-DVX200 4K handhelds and 10 BT-4LH310 4K production monitors.
James Neihouse Trains Astronauts to Film 4K in Space for A Beautiful Planet IMAX
A Beautiful Planet is the seventh IMAX film to be shot in space by the astronauts, and was produced bythe same IMAX space team that most recently did HUBBLE 3D and Space Station 3D. The film is a look atthe human impact on planet earth as seen from the vantage point of the International Space Station. Thefilm also gives the viewer a glimpse into the day-to-day life aboard the orbiting outpost that has beencontinually occupied since 2000.
Tossing Sony’s PXW-FS7 into the “Crucible of Creativity”
Burning Man gathers 70,000 people from around the globe into what’s called a “crucible of creativity” as participants build a city of art and ideas in Nevada’s Black Rock desert. This year, I put a combination of Sony 4K technologies — the PXW-FS7 camcorder with FE PZ 28-135mm F4 G OSS servo lens, the NEX-FS700 camcorder and α7R II camera — through a torture test of sandstorms and heat.
Sony Professional Cameras Cover Sony Open in Hawaii PGA TOUR Event
The 2016 Sony Open in Hawaii PGA TOUR event will be shot and broadcast in HD on Golf Channel using Sony professional cameras, continuing Sony’s long-running tradition of providing HD production technology for major live entertainment and sports events.
4 Ways to a 4K Finish
Delivery of a 4K Master is increasingly what is being demanded, but the good news is that it isgetting easier to achieve, and there are now many routes to get there.On Saturday, November 21st, the Digital Cinema Society in cooperation with such groups asthe LAPPG, Digital Production BuZZ, ProductionHUB, AOTG, and Pro Video Coalition willgather at Raleigh Studios to explore the challenges and solutions of finishing in 4K.
DJI Osmo Is a Powerful 4K Camera with an Integrated 3-Axis Gimbal Stabilizer
DJI's drone cameras have come back down to earth, and have been transformed into a unique and powerful tool for stabilized handheld video.
Documenting the Wake of Nepal’s Earthquake
Spencer Chumbley is a journalist and filmmaker based in Washington, D.C. His work has been featured in VICE, Al Jazeera English/America, The Economist, and TIME, among others. He also heads the documentary production company DISCOURSE. Earlier this year, Spencer took his Sony PXW-FS7 to Nepal for VICE News to document the 7.8 magnitude earthquake that devastated the region.
A Tale of Two Cameras: SONY PXW-FS7 Camera “Review”
I was asked by 4KHUB to do a Sony PXW-FS7 review for their site. I have contributed content to 4KHUB.com since it’s launch (and also to ProductionHUB over the years).
SONY Expands Large Sensor Camera Family with New 4K Compact Super35 Camcorder
Sony is expanding its line of large sensor 4K technologies with the PXW-FS5 compact Super 35mm camcorder.
Space In 4K: Explore The Final Frontier In UHD With New NASA TV Channel
Space is a big place. The vast distances between our curious selves and other planets and galaxies make witnessing the splendours and mysteries of our universe frustratingly difficult for most of us mere mortals. For the vast majority of people, their only ‘close up’ view of the majesty of space comes form the occasional stunning photograph taken by deep space satellites, martian rovers or comet cling-ons.