Sony to Install 2 4K powered cameras to Cover 2013 Wimbledon Tennis Tournament

Sony to Install 2 4K powered cameras to Cover 2013 Wimbledon Tennis Tournament

It has been announced by the Sony that they will be installing Sony NEX-FS700 and F55 35mm cameras to record 2013 Wimbledon tennis tournament. Most attractive feature of both the cameras is that they are 4K Ultra HD powered.

It has been seen that Sony has always tried to push the limits when it comes to camera. And, cameras having 4K power is yet another example of their exploration.

Paul Gyles, Marketing Head of Sony Televisions, was of the view, "We thought we'd push it to the limit by running a microtising campaign - proving that Sony televisions can pick up on the smallest details".

In fact, Sony has also introducing the technology 4K Ultra HD in their television sets. In fact, the BBC as well as the EBU has also been taking part in the engineering trials.

It shall however, be noted that though BBC and EBU is taking part in the testing procedure. This year's Wimbledon tennis tournament will not be shown on 4K powered television sets.

Mr. Gyles said that for now, they are going to start the trials of the television. It is after the trials are done they will assess the results and will reach at some decision.


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