In response to the need to produce high-quality content from any location through scalable and efficient workflows, Sony is rolling out a series of new upgrades and innovations.
With this requirement in mind, Sony is introducing two compact IP extension adaptors — the HDCE-TX50 and the HDCE-RX50, providing the current HDC camera line-up with IP capability in 4K. With high frame rate features allowing up to 6x slow motion in HD when used with HDC-5500 and an optional license HZC-HFR50, these adaptors are a valuable resource for efficient asset sharing for existing HDC users.
Both models will be available in December this year.
New features of Ci Media Cloud include Multi-factor Authentication (MFA) and advanced administrative controls to enable content owners to further protect their content. Source Quality Frame Preview and Frame-accurate Audio Meters enable remote teams to perform quality and compliance checks entirely in the cloud via a simple web browser, eliminating additional file transfers and ensuring content safely secured in a single location.
Sony is also introducing the PVM-X3200 (32”) 4K HDR picture monitor in October. The monitor has Trimaster technology and supports an all-white luminance of 1000 cd/m2, matching 100% of the colour gamut of the BVM-HX310 Trimaster HX master monitor, ensuring continuous colour accuracy from production to post.
With the optional license PVML-HSX1 scheduled for June, the PVM-X3200, PVM-X2400 and PVM-X1800 will also support internal conversion of HDR to SDR and 4K to HD for further usability.