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21/01/2009

Sony Showcases The Breadth And Depth Of Its HD Production Line-Up At BVE

Ahead of Broadcast Video Expo 2009, Sony has provided a preview of its unrivalled range of HD solutions that will be on display at the show.
Visitors to Sony's stand (H20) will discover a vast array of broadcast solutions that meet every budgetary and production requirement, from HDV, Sony's entry-level format for HD production, through to the industry's de-facto standard for high-end production, HDCAM and HDCAM SR.
With tens of thousands of XDCAM units in use by major broadcasters and production companies worldwide, Sony UK is enjoying a record sales year for the format and will highlight how its XDCAM EX3 and XDCAM HD422 PDW-700 cameras can transform the way productions can be made across the UK.
Mark Bainbridge, General Manager of Media and Broadcast, Sony Professional, explained what differentiates Sony in the Broadcast Market. He said: "We are Number One in the broadcast market because decades of innovation and technology leadership have taught us the importance of understanding and meeting the needs of our customers. At the heart of all Sony product design is our commitment to the needs of the end user. As such, our product range is constantly evolving to ensure that both now and in the future Sony brings the highest quality products and solutions to market."
At Broadcast Video Expo 2009, Sony will also be launching a full HD compact point of view (POV) camera, the HXR-MC1P. This uniquely designed mini cam will give users greater flexibility when capturing dynamic mobile action shots.
The show will also give visitors the opportunity to view the HVR-Z5E camera with hybrid recording functionality. The newly designed G-lens on this compact professional camcorder boasts excellent resolution, colour and contrast to guarantee breathtaking images.
Following the successful launch of the BVM-L230, Sony has further expanded its range of TRIMASTER monitors. For the first time in the UK, visitors to the Sony stand will be able to see the recently launched BVM-L170, a 17-inch Master Monitor and the PVM-L2300, a 23-inch affordable Broadcast Monitor.
In the Sony Theatre, Sony will be hosting seminars on each day of the show. These are:
  • 10:30 - The EX3 - Solid State Technology - Sony
  • 11:30 - Final Cut Studio Workflow with Sony XDCAM HD - Apple
  • 12: 30 - Sony Vegas Pro HD Masterclass - Sony
  • 13:30 - HDV, the Everyman Format - HD User
  • 14:30 - Digital Wireless Audio - Peter Knowles, Total Audio Solutions
  • 15:30 - The F23 & F35: Digital Cinema Production Workflow - HD Magazine (this session does not run on Thursday)
Places are available on a first come first served basis and tickets can be collected from seminar registration. All sessions are free to visitors.
(KMcA/BMcC)
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