NAB 2018: EVS Embraces Microservices, Modules To Improve Product Design; XT Servers Expand 4K Channel Support

For sports-production professionals, some quality time at the EVS booth at the NAB Show is pretty much a given. This year, EVS has something extra special to offer: a brand-new XT replay server that ups the channel count and has SMPTE ST 2110 support; the NAB Show debut of the X-ONE live-production system; and, perhaps […]  More

NAB 2018: Canon U.S.A. Intros Its First Full-Frame Cinema Camera; New 17-in. Reference Display Targets Trucks

Canon U.S.A. is breaking some new ground with the introduction today of the EOS C700 FF, the company’s first full-frame cinema camera. Full-frame acquisition is nothing new for Canon given its DSLR lineup, but now, with the help of a CMOS image sensor having a total of 5952×3140 photosites and a digital-cinema 17:9 aspect ratio, […]  More

Live From the U.S. Open: 2017 Marks End of an RF Era as Spectrum Shortage Looms

The U.S. Open is one of those massive sports events that require plenty of coordination, and not only for getting crowds and golfers around the course. The heavy reliance on radio frequencies for camera, audio, and communications signals means that Louis Libin, president of Broad Comm, is onsite every year to ensure that RF users […]  More