Sony Cameras Supporting Fox’s World Series Broadcasts

Starting Friday night, the Philadelphia Phillies will face off against the Houston Astros in Major League Baseball’s World Series on Fox.

The network is deploying more than 40 of Sony’s cameras, including:

Nine HDC-5500s — 4K Global shutter imager HDR/SDR camera systems will be used in the dugouts, first and third base, the left and right foul poles and tight center employing between 6x and 8x high frame rate.

Two HDC-3500s — Global Wireless systems in wireless configuration will be used for locker room celebrations and around the stadium.

Seven HDC-P50s — Compact 4K HDR/SDR POV cameras will be used in a number of robotic applications including capturing home plate as well as being used on stabilization rigs in wireless configurations.

Nine HDC-P31s — Compact 1080/60P capable HDR/SDR POV cameras will be used in the clubhouses, by first and third base, in the bullpens, as a FLY cam, in the home talent booth and to provide beauty shots.


15 HDC-4300s — 4K HDR/SDR camera systems with High Frame Rate capabilities will be employed for capturing the booth talent, and using up to 6x high frame rate to capture the action at first base, third base, right, left and center field and home plate, as well as in-studio.

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