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Panasonic AG-AC30. New camera with a built-in LED light

Without too much fanfare, Panasonic announced a new entry level Full HD camcorder called the AG-AC30, which isnt going to set the world afire, but it does offer a few tricks up its sleeve that some of you might find appealing to your style of shooting.

Dalet launches xN standards converter for International Video Exchange

Dalet Digital Media Systems has launched its Dalet xN Standards Converter, available now through the Microsoft Azure Marketplace. Building off of its AmberFin technology, the Dalet xN Standards Converter brings the highest-quality motion-compensated frame-rate conversion to the cloud, making it the first truly accessible file-based standards conversion tool.

Panasonic expands VariCam 35/HS recording and workflow with latest Firmware upgrade

Panasonic has announced a free firmware upgrade for its VariCam 35 4K and VariCam HS camera/recorders that expands recording options and enables several operational and workflow improvements.

ABS BROADCAST integrates Cinegy Air PRO into playout platform

Cinegy today announced that ABS BROADCAST, one of the largest independently owned playout and television service providers in Europe, has installed Cinegy Air PRO, Cinegys latest real-time playout server and multi-channel broadcast automation software.

Axon helps China Broadcast its first National Youth Games in High Definition

Axon Digital Designs modular broadcast infrastructure played a key role in ensuring that Chinas first National Youth Games was successfully transmitted in full High Definition to television audiences throughout the country. Held in the Haixia Olympic Sports Center in the south China city of Fuzhou, the Games involved nearly 8,000 athletes who competed in 305 events across 26 sports, including martial arts. It was the biggest multi-sport games ever held in Fuzhou and was officially opened by Chinas Vice-Premier Liu Yandong.

Sony FS7 firmware 4.0 now available for download

A couple of months after it was announced, Sony have today made their latest version 4.0 firmware for the PXW-FS7 available for download. The biggest improvement for many users will be the rapid access to slow motion settings and support for XAVC-I at true 24 fps in 4K.

Drop Ship Audio flies high with Calrec

Los Angeles-based boutique rental house Drop Ship Audio has fitted their newest flypack with a Calrec Summa to cover auditions and callbacks for reality-TV dance competition So You Think You Can Dance.

Dalets newest Brio platform supports IP Ingest and Playout

Dalet Digital Media Systems, a leading provider of software-based solutions for media organizations, announced the release of Dalet Brio 3.4, the latest version of its intelligent, high-density I/O platform. Developed to run on IT-standard hardware, the Dalet Brio 3.4 update adds new formats that support the move to IP, dynamic ingest management capabilities, and new Media Navigator and MultiCamera Manager features that enhance overall studio production.

Turner Esporte Interativo selects ATEME to power 4K-UHD contribution network

ATEME announced that Turner Esporte Interativo a leading sport channel in Brazil, has deployed its Kyrion encoders and decoders to feed a new national video headend in São Paulo. As a first trial, Turner is using this future-proof solution to receive a major European football tournament in 4K-UHD from the International Broadcast Centre in France.

Vinten gears up for 4K sports with their durable Vector 750

Vinten, a leading provider of manual and robotic camera support systems and a Vitec Videocom brand, offers the perfect solution for the 2016 sports season with the Vector 750 pan and tilt head. Providing versatile support for 4K, studio, and OB broadcast cameras and lenses, the Vinten Vector 750 is the only system that allows perfect control for large sports cameras at any resolution or frame rate, including UHD and Slow-Mo.

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