Mention 3D and many of us will immediately think of the pioneering 3D movies where frighteners like the shark Jaws jumped out of the cinema screen to shock the audience. These initial experiences were fun at the time but the surprise of the repetitive effect quickly grew old and was tiring on the eyes. However, 3D has not faded away, far from it. In fact, the use of 3D technology has continued to develop with more powerful media servers and resolutions continuing to improve the experience. Use of the latest 3D techniques in blockbuster movies, such as Avatar 2, look set to revive 3D at the cinema but the other major focus for modern 3D is in the area of entertainment and theme parks.
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From the traditional box camera and pan-tilt head solution in 1999, to a PTZ camera which features a number of world firsts’ in 2019, Panasonic’s 10 year PTZ anniversary marks a nostalgic journey of technology which has since remained at the forefront of innovation.
Dealing with the multitude of resolutions and formats out there can be complicated. In live broadcast these challenges are compounded. But Panasonic have a clever solution in the form of the UC4000 studio camera system.
PTZ cameras have grown up. Today, they’re capable of broadcast quality and are ideal for cost-effective, space-conscious studios and a wide range of other applications. They’re certainly not to be confused with security cameras.
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