Hitachi Kokusai Electric America will showcase its new SK-UHD7000 4K Ultra HD live production camera system for the first time at InfoComm 2022. The new camera system will be demonstrated alongside other Hitachi camera innovations during the tradeshow.
The SK-UHD7000 incorporates ⅔” CMOS image sensors with 4K resolution, building on the company’s tradition of delivering exceptional visual quality for live production settings. The sensors’ global shutter technology minimizes unwanted artifacts such as flickering and banding that could otherwise occur when capturing video in event venues.
The SK-UHD7000 also delivers extraordinary sensitivity and quality for Ultra HD production. The camera’s new prism design enables superior color reproduction, while its dual 4K and HDTV workflow enables seamless multi-format productions and supports separate controls for High Dynamic Range (HDR) and standard dynamic range (SDR). The SK-UHD7000 combines its exceptional performance and extensive feature set with a price point that makes native 4K live production accessible to more customers.
“The adoption of 4K production workflows is no longer limited to just broadcast and major sporting events,” said John J. Humphrey, Vice President of Business Development at Hitachi Kokusai. “The SK-UHD7000 is ideal for broadcast and sports, but also makes premium 4K acquisition capabilities cost-effective for everyone from live event production companies to houses of worship. The camera was extremely well-received by broadcasters and production professionals when we unveiled it at the NAB Show, and we’re excited to showcase it for AV integrators and content producers at InfoComm.”
Established products on display in the Hitachi Kokusai booth at InfoComm will include the DK-H200 1080p compact box camera. The DK-H200’s 2.6 million pixels, 2/3-inch MOS sensors deliver sharp, clear images and combine with advanced digital signal processing and HDR support to provide superior picture quality with low noise, faithful color fidelity, and exceptional sensitivity.
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