Broadcasters are insisting on more from their cameras, from the ability to capture more cinematic-style video with shallow depth of field to 4K, UHD and HDR capabilities, remote PTZ abilities and ever-smaller sizes. Above, a JVC camcorder being used on location for Idol Chat, which premiered on Retro TV and The Family Channel.
Fujifilm Corp. has introduced the Sustainable Data Storage Initiative to highlight how tape technology can significantly reduce electricity consumption and CO2 emissions related to data storage. The initiative launches with a white paper, Accelerating Green Datacenter Progress with Sustainable Storage Strategies, published by technology research firm IDC, and sponsored by Fujifilm, providing an in-depth analysis of the significant energy savings […]
Fujifilm Corp. has created the Sustainable Data Storage Initiative to highlight how tape technology can significantly reduce electricity consumption and CO2 emissions related to data storage. The initiative launches with a white paper, Accelerating Green Datacenter Progress with Sustainable Storage Strategies, published by technology research firm IDC, and sponsored by Fujifilm, providing an in-depth analysis of the significant energy savings […]
Broadcasters are warming to using robotics for remote camera operations, having seen crucial improvements in camera movement, better object and face tracking, new movement patterns and stronger overall automation. Above, a camera operator stands behind Ross Video’s remote panbar system, capturing the action on the field at a college baseball game.
While both HDR and 4K technologies have gotten much attention at past NAB Shows, this year’s gathering will see camera offerings that can handle dual SDR and HDR workflows, streaming capability, a smart studio and control solutions. At the same time, lenses continue to evolve to offer higher levels of zoom.
FujiFilm | Stand 12.B20| http://www.fujifilmusa.com/northamerica/ The Optical Devices Division of FujiFilm will officially introduce the latest in its Premier UA Series of UHD 2/3” lenses — the UA46x9.5B and UA46x13.5B. The worldwide introduction signals the continued expansion of the company’s 4K HDR lens range. The Premier UA Series is designed specifically for UHD broadcast applications. The UA46x9.5B sports a […]
Attendees at the annual SVG Summit on Dec. 11-12 will get a first-hand look at what Fujifilm calls the widest range of 4K HDR optics currently available.” The Optical Devices Division of Fujifilm will demonstrate its UA Series of 2/3” lenses, which include eight models designed specifically for 4K HDR broadcast and video production, in the exhibits section of the […]
The Optical Devices division of Fujifilm is now offering 0% financing, through Novation Vendor Services. The program is available for all Fujinon 4K and HD broadcast lenses and the Premier HK 4K+ and Cabrio 4K range of cinema-style lenses. “We want to make it easier for our customers to buy exactly the lens or lenses they want,” said […]
FujiFilm | Booth C7225 | Website: www.fujifilmholdings.com The Optical Devices Division of FujiFilm will introduce a Fujinon 4K-compatible studio lens, the UA27x6.5B. The UA27x is the latest zoom lens in the company’s Premier UA Series of 4K 2/3” lenses. The UA Series is the world’s first designed specifically for UHD broadcast applications. With its 27x zoom ratio and 4K […]
Due to the popularity of its product range in Latin America, the full website for the Optical Devices Division of Fujifilm North America, can now be viewed in Spanish as well as English. By clicking the hyperlink “Espanol” on the upper right hand side of the Fujifilm USA site, viewers can go directly to the […]
Fujifilm | Booth C7025 | Website: www.fujifilmusa.com/northamerica At next week’s NAB convention in Las Vegas, the Optical Devices Division of Fujifilm North America will introduce its 4K Ultra HD series of lenses for broadcast applications. Designed for a 2/3-inch sensor, the new UA80X9, the first field lens in the series, has an 80x zoom and […]