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HDC-4800 4K Ultra Slo-motion Camera
Capture the dynamic excitement of live sports in 4K Ultra High Frame Rate with the HDC-4800 and BPU-4800 Storage Processor. The HDC-4800 can also capture content in HDR (High Dynamic Range) bringing new levels of impact and realism to live sports footage.
Putting you in control of each broadcast angle
Hawk-Eye's vision-processing, video replay, live production and creative graphical technologies underpin a number of products that help make sport fairer, safer, more engaging and better informed.
Articles & Case Studies
High speed coverage is transformed with 4300's 16x Super Slow Motion.
Sony’s Memnon Service helped preserve over 100k items for Indiana Univ. in first year.
Among the new tech toys at Petco Park are a Sony HDC-4800 ultra-high-frame-rate camera.
UFC is using six Sony HDC-4300 4K cameras to cover the action.
ConCom deploys seven of Sony’s HDC-4300’s shooting in native 4K.
The trucks roll with three Sony HDC-4300L’s for high-frame-rate and 4K/HD-cutout applications.
Twenty Sony HDC-4300 4K cameras operating in HD mode are on hand for coverage.
Sony discusses the future of Interoperable Production. (SVG)
SVG’s venue-production event spotlighted the latest in game-day production philosophies & workflows.
Twenty-three HDC4300 cameras were on hand as part of a 45 camera production.
Six of Sony's PMW-F55 cameras were used for the project.
Made In Network outfits new studio with Sony’s 4K/HD pro cameras, lenses, wireless audio & monitors.
ESPN’s specialty gear at CoTA comprises two Sony HDC-4300 4K/high-speed cameras and more.
Rogers, MLB Network bring even more clarity to the ballpark
Toronto-based Allan Schwartzenberger selects Optical Disc Archive.
Sony kicked off the show with the unveiling of its Canvas display system
NBC’s announces 4K plans for Rio Olympics.
ESPN will launch the brand-new HDC-4800 4K 8X slo-mo camera for this year’s series.
MLB Network deploying 10 HDC-4300 cameras with 2x slow-mo at 4K resolution for future capability.
New mobile unit will feature (3) HDC4300 cameras operating at 4X slo-mo and a battalion of HDC2500s.
TBS will feature five of Sony's HDC-4300 super-slow motion cameras in the MLB Postseason.
HDC-4300 cameras continue to proliferate. NBC rolls out four in 6X slo-mo, plans eight per NFL game.
Astros-Royals production team using Sony Hawk-Eye systems for analysis of pitch locations.
Visit with Tokyo execs to discuss HDC4300 success; continued evolution of 4K and HDR production.
ESPN deploys Sony's HDC-4300, which is the first camera to use three 2/3-in. 4K image sensors.
With 4K and 8K on the horizon, the asset manager's job is likely to get even more difficult.
Sony's Optical Disc Archive and Ci Cloud service solutions discussed at recent SAM Forum.
Article discusses the fundamental elements of IP & what to consider when evaluating IP technology.
NBC’s Sunday Night Football production includes a two HDC-4300 cameras operating in 6X slow motion.
Turner Sports adds Sony's HDC-4300 super-slo-mo camera system to its standard 10-camera complement.
Profile of two Game Production execs and how they're using F55s to boost the in-venue fan experience
The HDC-4300 4K camera will be positioned on the home stretch to capture the finish line action.
See how Levis Stadium is one of the most advanced and innovative multipurpose stadiums in the nation
Four HDC4300 cameras are licensed for high-frame rate: two running at 6x speed; two at 4X rate.
ESPN Emphasizes Super-Slo-Mo, Enhanced Audio
Learn how networks are pushing the envelope of cutting-edge camera technology with Sony's HDC-4300.
Learn how venues can get the most for their buck when selecting cameras and lenses.
49ers Partner with Sony to Build NFL's Most Technologically Advanced Stadium
Sony's Grinyer Discusses Key Role in HD Production
NESN Turns to Game Creek Video, EVS to support new super-slo-mo cameras.
Inside ESPN Digital Center 2's Glitzy Studios, Powerful Control Rooms
Team to Build New 3D Video Production Track for Sports and Live Entertainment
Between XDCAM Technology and XOS Thunder Coaching Analysis Platform
At 93 years of age, the Arsenal stadium in Highbury was a dearly loved but outdated institution.
Athletic Department Using Optical and EX Series Cameras for On-the-Field Shooting Flexibility
Sony's HDC-2500's complement WWE's Main Event covering all the action.
Sony's new Mobile Video Producer (MVP) unit recently hit the road for its first live event.
Learn how operations and content flow were streamlined from acquisition to archive
Media Backbone allows CSN Houston to manage its file-based workflows