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Why live TV and sports in 4K will not work over the internet | News | TechRadar

Netflix has described 4K as “the format for the Internet” and with precious few other outlets for Ultra HD it’s pretty easy to agree.Slowly but surely, the SVoD giant is adding UHD content to its line-up, most recently a couple of movies and box-set poster boy Breaking […]

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4K video ecosystem years away from mass market

Rosy forecasts for consumer use of 4K or Ultra-HD video are overly optimistic, says a new report from TDG, Forecasting the 4K Video Ecosystem, 2014-2025. While 4K will ultimately reach the mainstream, it will be a niche market for at least another five years, with widespread viewing of […]

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Watch: China’s OnePlus One Smartphone Trumps Canon 5D Mark III’s Resolution

Giacomo Mantovani sent over this test video to No Film School, which compares China’s OnePlus One smartphone camera with Canon’s 5D Mark III, which both have 1080p capacity. Some of the side-by-side comparisons aren’t exactly the same: some of the OnePlus One footage cropped 300% is from a […]

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Social Media & TV: Good Marriage or Just Dating?

Can social media and television make a good marriage? Many analysts believe they make a fine couple, but there are some caveats, according to a new eMarketer report, “Social TV: Marketers’ Enthusiasm Cools a Bit, but Experimentation Continues.” “These TV-related conversations are fragmenting across platforms. Twitter, which […]

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Preparing for the Next Wave of 4K: What’s Possible with the Blackmagic Production Camera 4K

It’s been a year of energetic anticipation since Blackmagic Design announced the 4K Production Camera at the 2013 NAB Show. Since it began shipping in February 2014, Blackmagic engineers have already responded to feedback from beta testers and early adopters with improvements—both current and planned—to optimize the […]

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The State of Drone Cinematography

James Mathers writes on the current state of drone cinematography, including unfolding legal and union issues, in a post on Digital Cinema Society. He writes, “The technological and commercial promise of this mode of aviation seems boundless.  Amazon talks of delivering packages this way someday soon; you […]

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LG Readies 21:9 Curved IPS Ultrawide and 4K Monitors

IFA Showcase to Also Include LG’s First Digital Cinema 4K Monitor and Newest Advanced Gaming Monitor SEOUL, Aug. 18, 2014 — LG Electronics (LG) will be unveiling its newest IPS 21:9 Curved UltraWide Monitor (model 34UC97) and other compelling monitor offerings at IFA 2014 in Berlin, Germany. […]

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Razor-sharp TV pictures

The future of movie, sports and concert broadcasting lies in 4K definition, which will bring cinema quality TV viewing into people’s homes. 4K Ultra HD has four times as many pixels as today’s Full HD. And thanks to the new HEVC video compression standard, broadcasters can now […]

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Samsung SDI says to end plasma panel display production

(Reuters) – Samsung SDI Co Ltd said on Tuesday that it will shut down its plasma panel production business, citing the decline in overall demand for plasma display panel televisions. Samsung SDI, in a statement, said it will concentrate its resources on growing its energy and materials […]

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Best TV 2014: what TV should you buy?

There has never been a better time to buy a new TV. Gone are the days when 32-inch TVs weighed 16 tonnes and cost £1,500. These days you can pick up a 50-inch LCD TV for closer to £300. LCD panel technology has well and truly matured, […]

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