Sony Korea’s professional solution business division (ps.sony.co.kr) participated in the 25th Korea International Broadcasting, Audio & Lighting Equipment Show (KOBA 2015), which ran May 19-22 at COEX.
At the show, the show presented the HDC-4300, the world’s first 4K system camera and 4K IP Live Production.
In the beginning, 4K was mainly used for film and digital cinema productions. But to show the changing landscape, Sony presented a more advanced 4L lineup. Today, 4K technology has entered various arenas, such as TV shows, documentary films, sports, and live concerts.
The HDC-4300, a high-tech 4K/HD camera system, which will be used for producing amazing 4K contents, such as live sports and events, uses an IP network-based delivery system.
Also, Sony unveiled a new 4K option for PXW-X70 as well as professional cameras including the F65, F55, F54, 4K camcorders (PXW-FS7, PXW-Z100), and various 4K devices.
KOBA began in 1991 for the development of Korea’s broadcasting culture and video, audio, and lighting industries. This year, a total of 932 companies from 32 countries participated to present the next-gen broadcasting trend, of which 189 were Korean companies.
Over a hundred sessions under the event name “The International Broadcasting Technology Conference” were held at COEX Conference Center, on major topics such as 4K, UHD, smart technology, digital radio, and broadcasting technology and policies.