Production of Sony's popular HDCAM SR tapes and additional media formats is getting back on track following the suspension of operations at various Sony manufacturing plants in Japan that were damaged in March by the earthquake and tsunami. "HDCAM
The Sony plant, based in Sendai, was shuttered after the devastating earthquake and tsunami, halting production of the coveted Sony HDCAM SR Tape, which is used to create multiple copies of films and TV shows for distribution. Two-hour tapes ran $250
La versione HDCAM SR di 'Akira' verrà proiettata il 21 e il 22 Novembre al Theater Shinjuku di Shinjuku, Tokyo, e poi il 5 Dicembre al Kawaguchi Skip City di Kawaguchi, Prefettura di Saitama. Quest'ultimo evento si preannuncia particolarmente speciale
“It was decided that Windmill Street would be our first fully tapeless operation, and that meant designing a system that could cater to the broadcast output of 27-plus Flames and Smokes, where before we were working to HDCAM and other tape formats.
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Files should be compressed using Sony XDCAMHD 4:2:2 codec as outlined in section 3 of ... Bell Media will only accept HDCAM or HDCAM-SR in the 1080i format (1080 lines interlaced 2:1 at a field rate of Hz) and still in conformance with SMPTE 274M.
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(Sales had dropped from a high of around 15 million machines at the VCR’s peak of popularity to just some five percent of that number last year. —the world’s last manufacturer of the once “must-have” devices—announced it was making its last VCR production run last month. VCRs also served as an early form of “video-on-demand,” with an increasing number of Hollywood movies made available for both sale and rental. ) Most of the U. S. “big box” consumer electronics stores stopped carrying VCRs around 2005, and Sony, who in 1975 had fueled widespread consumer interest in home video recording with the introduction of their Betamax product, ended VCR production...
The VCR Fades to Black
Most of the U.S. “big box” consumer electronics stores stopped carrying VCRs around 2005, and Sony, who in 1975 had fueled widespread consumer interest in home video recording with the introduction of their Betamax product, ended VCR production in ...
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Sony has introduced the new URX-S03D two-channel slot-in receiver and UTX-B03HR bodypack transmitter as part of the UWP-D Series announced last year, ...
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Sony's Betamax, long thought dead, officially gets last nail in its coffin
Sony introduced the Betamax format in 1975, a year before rival Japanese firm JVC unveiled the VHS tape. Both allowed recording and playback of TV shows and movies. Although many people considered Betamax to be a superior technology, VHS became ...
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NAB07: Sony XDCAM EX Camcorder Plays Follow the Leader
Sony finally followed Panasonic's lead by introducing a prosumer-level camera that records to a flash drive. But not just any flash drive, the XDCAM EX records high-def video directly to two ExpressCards. That's good news for MacBook Pro owners as they ...
How Sony's Betamax made YouTube and Twitch possible ...
Yesterday, Sony announced that it would cease manufacturing Betamax tapes and close the last remaining factories in March 2016. The news came as a shock ...
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