This video presents Sony Professional: NAB 2015 – Introducing the HDC-4300 camera and state of play of 4K.
- Norbert Paquet, is at NAB 2015 to introduce the HDC-4300, Sony’s 4K 2/3” studio camera, and the state of play of 4K.
As a conclusion to the 2014/15 UEFA Champions League campaign (European football – a.k.a. soccer) Juventus face FC Barcelona in Berlin, Germany, on Saturday, June 6, 2015.
What time is the UEFA Champions League final?
A truly worldwide event, make sure you catch the Juventus v FC Barcelona UEFA Champions League final live no matter where you are with our list of global kick-off times.
The UEFA Champions League final has been a fixture on a Saturday evening now since 2010. An evening in Europe, that is. While the game kicks off at 20.45CET for those in Berlin, Turin and Barcelona, fans around the world will be setting their alarm clocks or staying up late to enjoy the biggest club game of the year. Wonder when it will start where you live? This should help …
Live match streaming and mobile coverage is provided by UEFA broadcast partners. Tune in each matchday for coverage details at: http://www.uefa.com/uefachampionsleague/video/livematchcoverage/index.html .
- The match will be broadcast live from the world-famous Olympiastadion in Berlin.
- Fans will be able to watch the action live in 4K.
This video presents |Intro| Final Berlin UEFA Champions League 2015.
UEFA Champions League Final captured live in 4K using Sony HDC-4300
UEFA, working with Sony, captures the excitement at the climax of the European football season in 4K Live
Berlin, Germany; 5th June 2015: UEFA will produce the 2015 UEFA Champions League final in Berlin live in 4K. The match will be broadcast live from the world-famous Olympiastadion in Berlin in stunning ultra-high definition, and the production will use Sony’s new HDC-4300 4K/HD live production camera.
UEFA’s 4K production
Following the success of the 2014 UEFA Champions League final in Lisbon, the 2015 final in Berlin will represent the second occasion that European club football’s most prestigious match has been produced in 4K.
For the Berlin final, Sony’s new HDC-4300 and proven PMW-F55 4K Live System cameras will be used for the 4K production, enabling the capture of crystal clear and immersive footage.
UEFA’s end-to-end live production workflow will include Sony’s PWS-4400 4K servers and the MVS-X series multi-format switchers. To ensure the peerless footage captured in the stadium matches the production team’s view of the action, UEFA will use Sony’s 30-inch BVM-X300 OLED 4K monitor for live monitoring within the OB truck. In addition to the BVM-X300, Sony’s 85-inch FWD-85X9600P BRAVIA Professional 4K LED screen will also show live ultra-high definition footage from the match in the dedicated UEFA showroom in the broadcast compound.
For the first time, fans will be able to watch the action live in 4K. Various broadcasters will take the signal live via the 4K distribution provided by EBU, and select locations across Germany will be screening the match in ultra-high definition.
The UEFA Champions League final takes place at the Olympiastadion in Berlin on Saturday 6 June between FC Barcelona and Juventus. The match will be watched by a crowd of just under 80,000 and a further 380 million worldwide, across over 200 countries.
The new HDC-4300 camera
Designed specifically for the sports broadcast market, the HDC-4300 brings incredible flexibility to live production set-ups, with the capability to shoot in HD, 4K, and up to 8x super slow motion HD footage. Recently launched at NAB 2015 in Las Vegas, the world’s first 2/3-inch 4K imaging device builds on the success of Sony’s previous HDC cameras. Supporting the standard industry B4 lens mount, the camera is fully compatible with all HDC accessories allowing it to easily slot into existing live production set-ups.
This video presents SONY HDC-4300 Promotional Video.
- View some 6x and 8x slow-motion footage shot with the HDC-4300.