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IBC 2017, Sony lancia il sistema di microfonia wireless digitale DWX Series di nuova generazione con audio a bassa latenza

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All’IBC 2017 Sony ha lanciato il nuovo sistema di microfonia wireless digitale per soddisfare le esigenze di utilizzo in teatri e applicazioni live. L’ultimo modello della DWX Series offre un suono di alta qualità con audio a bassa latenza di 1,2 ms[1], un funzionamento affidabile mediante l’utilizzo di un circuito RF ad ampio range dinamico

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Atomos Sumo monitors to receive new capabilities with firmware updates [Video]

By noreply@redsharknews.com (RedShark News Staff)

New capabilities are coming for the Sumo monitor series

RedShark at IBC 2017: We catch up with Tony Trent from Atomos to talk about what they have in store in the next couple of months and about the Sumo monitor and recorder range they have been working on.

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    And that’s a wrap (from IBC 2017)

    By Elliot Smith

    We came, we saw, we ate a lot of deep fried… stuff. Giant broadcast and video tradeshow IBC is over for another year.

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    IBC 2017 – Have manufacturers stopped playing the numbers game?

    By noreply@redsharknews.com (Phil Rhodes)

    Did this years show mark an end to the numbers game?

    Playing with numbers: This years IBC, while not giving us wall to wall announcements, was possibly a coming of age for the promotion of new technology, with an emphasis on benefits and usability rather than bombarding us with complex numbers and figures. Phil Rhodes gives us his verdict on IBC 2017.

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      Datavideo Joins the Pro Camera Game With their Nighthawk Micro 4/3 Camera

      By Adam Plowden

      Datavideo NightHawk

      The datavideo NightHawk prototype was unveiled at IBC 2017 – it’s a camera based around a new self developed 20MP Micro Four-Thirds low-light sensor.

      Known for event mixers and engineering hardware, datavideo has moved into the professional camera market by creating the “NightHawk”. Equipped with a very light-sensitive 20MP CMOS sensor capable of ISO speeds up to 409,600, real-time HDR and equipped with a Micro Four-Thirds mount, which gives users a wide range of lens choices (Such as Panasonic and Olympus lenses). Datavideo hopes to capture the imagination of those who are in the market for a compact design and in a need of a camera that can shine with various applications.

      The target audience of the datavideo NightHawk will be broadcast and remote application use. With 3 HDMI outputs and plans for adding an SDI outputin the future, the camera would fit in perfectly for live events such as concerts, presentations, or even remote wildlife applications with live video outputs.

      The modifiable body gives you the freedom to build up and enhance your own professional camera rig, especially when there is no internal means of recording the footage. Datavideo suggesting customers to build their own rig with devices such as the recording products from Atomos. In terms of sound, the prototype only featured a 3.5mm jack input, but this will be replaced by dual XLR inputs for embedded audio. Although the camera will have built-in WiFi for control features, there is no confirmation of whether remote focus or zoom will be available in the datavideo NightHawk.

      datavideo NightHawk – Tech Specs:

      • 20 megapixel Micro Four-Thirds sensor
      • HD recording format up to 30p
      • Micro Four-Thirds lens mount
      • External recording only via HDMI (and SDI in the future)
      • Dual XLR audio inputs coming in the future
      • ISO sensitivity up to 409,600
      • RMTP streaming over 4G

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      Miller CompassX – five new tripod models

      By Matthew Allard ACS

      Miller has a new tripod range called the CompassX series. The CompassX made its debut at IBC last week, and comes in five different models. Miller claims that CompassX series…

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      A Look at Blackmagic’s URSA Mini pro Mirrored SSD Recorder Add-On

      By Adam Plowden

      Blackmagic URSA Mini Pro Mirrored SSD Recorder Add-on

      Blackmagic Design showed us their new URSA Mini Pro mirrored SSD recorder add-on at IBC 2017, as well as the newly announced native Nikon mount and mic holder.

      URSA Mini Pro Mirrored SSD Recorder

      Blackmagic Design has listened to customer requests and developed an SSD recorder for the URSA Mini Pro, which was announced earlier this year. This allows users to to get fast recordings on to larger-capacity media. It attaches to the rear of the URSA Mini Pro and enables you to mirror recordings in the same codec and format that is recorded internally.

      The URSA Mini Pro Mirrored SSD Recorder connects via 2 SDI cables to the camera. However Tim tells us that it records the files as original data in the chosen format and not via an SDI stream.

      For productions that require multiple sets of rushes, such as for sending to archive or a post-production facility, the new URSA Mini Pro mirrored SSD recording capability allows for a much faster workflow than needing to create copies of sometimes very large files or long video clips.

      The choice of using SSDs was due to the low cost and wide availability of the medium. The SSD recorder works in the same way as the Blackmagic Design Hyperdeck, and recommends the same high-speed drives to use in the recorder. It mounts directly onto the camera, and is designed to be used exclusively with the URSA Mini Pro.

      In terms of proxy recording in a lower bitrate or more compressed version of the recorded media, unfortunately this is not possible – the URSA Mini Pro mirrored SSD recording capability offers only a direct copy of what is being captured.

      The SSD recorder for the Ursa Mini Pro seems to make more expensive and inconvenient tools like the Atoch C2S obsolete. It will be available in → continue…

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      Art of Large Format

      By Jon Fauer It was fitting that Sony introduced a working Full Frame prototype of Venice the camera in Amsterdam the city. Two weeks ago, Sony showed a Super35 version of Venice in LA. Howls of despair were surely heard in Tokyo and in the short intervening time, a Full Frame 24x36mm model serendipitously appeared at IBC. A short walk to the Rijksmuseum is… read more… → continue…

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      VROX – a 360 Robot with Sony Full Frame Cameras on Wheels

      By Adam Plowden

      VROX Technology partners with Sony to create a high end Virtual Reality Robot System for gaming, film production and e-commerce.

      Virtual Reality is a big business, not just in creative content production but for capturing images that would otherwise be in challenging environments. VROX Technology has been designing and engineering the VR Robot System for the past year, and it was truly impressive to see it at IBC 2017.

      The image capture aspect of the VR Robot System is handled by an array of Sony UMC-S3C full frame low light cameras (which uses the same sensor as a Sony a7S – watch our news video from NAB about the S3C here), which after research into the best control and size options became the camera of choice for VROX. To also create the correct field of view across the array, the Voightlander 15mm F/2.8 lenses are used which capture a very high quality image with little to no edge distortion, vignetting or chromatic aberration. When stitched together, the resulting images are seamless, with no visible loss of quality. This also replicates a field of view that resembles human eyesight for a more realistic experience.

      Each Sony UMC-S3C in the VR array can be controlled independently, which makes the rig perform exceptionally well in a variety of shooting environments from HDR to low light. The independent control of the cameras allows the exposure settings of the cameras at different sides of the array to be set according to the needs of the lighting, including when the robot is travelling from a low light to bright light environment.

      The ideal productions that would use the VR robot system include the gaming world and film productions that are implementing virtual reality content to really immerse the viewer into the image – and by moving → continue…

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      GlassMak Artist prototype portable makeup mirror system – IBC 2017

      By Erik Naso

      The GlassMak Studio is a transportable make-up mirror light developed for make-up artists and hairdressers to use on location. Developed and manufactured in Paris, the GlassMak Studio is designed for…

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      PDMOVIE Remote Live II dual and single channel follow focus kit – IBC 2017

      By Erik Naso

      The PDMOVIE Remote Live II Dual Channel is a compact non-wireless solution for use on camera and tripods to control up to two motors for focus, iris or zoom. The kit…

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      Tentacle Sync-E wireless timecode generator – IBC 2017

      By Elliot Smith

      The Tentacle Sync-E is the new version of the popular timecode generator that’s compatible with everything from DSLRs to cinema cameras.

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      Vocas MFC-3 direct drive follow focus, C200 and EVA1 accessories – IBC 2017

      By Matthew Allard ACS

      The Vocas MFC-3 direct drive follow focus was one of a host of new products at the IBC show in Amsterdam, including accessories for the Canon C200 and Panasonic EVA1.…

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      The winners of the RedShark News awards at IBC 2017 announced

      By noreply@redsharknews.com (RedShark News Staff)

      The winners of the RedShark News awards at IBC 2017 announced

      RedShark at IBC 2017: The winners are now in for the RedShark News Awards categories at IBC 2017. Read on and find out who won.

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        F&V 3×1 Soft LED panel light – IBC 2017

        By Matthew Allard ACS

        The F&V 3×1 Soft LED panel light has been designed to complement the company’s existing range of LED panel lights. F&V now have the Z200S (half the size of a…

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