Sony New flagship 4K HDR HDC – 5500 Broadcast Digital Camera
Sony recently announced its new flagship broadcast camera namely ‘HDC-5500’ with 2/3 inch 4K HDR three-CMOS system with global shutter.
Theresa Alesso, Pro division President of Sony electronics claims that the new HDC-5500 provides industry-leading flexibility for live production. Also, think about today’s demand of the market. Keeping some points in mind, the company focused on the requirements of the rapidly evolving market and strive to provide new capabilities for the 3G system, IP based and HDR requirements. This product of Sony provides its customers with a flexible and cost-effective path to enhance and upgrade their current systems to a very special toolset. With the help of Sony HDC-5500, the company also continues to enhance its HDC series through which customers can reach the even higher level of creativity and efficiency.
Moving Towards the Camera Quality
The Sony HDC-5500 upcoming has potential to outputting 4K videos directly from the camera using a 12G SDI interface, enabling 4K field monitoring and 4K/HDR wireless application. The system offers Ultra High Bitrate (UHB) transmission after amalgamated with the new HDCU-5500 camera control unit (CCU) which is capable of sending two channels of full 4K signals simultaneously. It allows two signals to be sent to the CCU inputs or to send 4K images to the camera for full monitoring 4K/HDR monitors’ capability.
Furthermore, users can also achieve a high framework rate up to 4K 2x and HD 8x* with the help of installing optional software. Consumers can also utilize an interchangeable side panel which can ensure backward compatibility with current HD camera control units like HDCU-2500/3100 series.
Expecting Talking Wireless Audio
The old Sony camera supported wireless mic which is displayed in the camera viewfinder, NFC sync feature for setting channels and 20% lighter bodypack transmitter and much smaller receiver. Although, the new upgraded mic series is expected in this new Sony HDC-5500.
Key features of Sony HDC-5500
Below are the few key features that will give you numerous reasons why to choose Sony HDC-5500
• Wireless side panel
• Supports “Portable License” for flexible operations.
• Powerful 4K video processor that allows the direct 4K output from the camera head
• New 2/3’ 3-CMOS 4K Image Sensors with Global Shutter
• High Sensitivity F10, Superior S/N ratio 62dB, the wide dynamic range for HDR.
• 19-inch 3U Half Rack Size CCU
• HD HFR license and 4K license transferable amongst cameras.
• SMPTE ST2110 and NMOS IS-04/05 support for IP, 12G-SDI for baseband – Dual 4K baseband streams over Ultra-High Bit-rate fiber transmission
Price and availability:
The price of the phone has not been confirmed yet but it is expecting to come up within the range of every sony user. Also according to the rumors, the camera is expected to start shipping in the coming month of May. No more details have been revealed about the price and launching yet.
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