The National Association of Broadcasters has got together for its annual show in Las Vegas, and we're right there on the floor searching for what's new in the world of video technology. 4K recording and playback are expected to be major running themes, and the show's already kicked off with big announcements in those fields from both Canon and RED.
We got to check out the Padcaster, a new device that lets you attach lenses and accessories to your iPad.
Dolby and Philips are working together on a 3D TV prototype, and we got to check out how the TV works.
RED is one of many companies showing off its 4K video products at NAB, but RED's already a long way ahead.
Canon's showing off a 4K display prototype at NAB, and it looks good.
We spent some time with the Sony NEX-FS700, the latest cinema camera from Sony with slow-motion shooting and 4K capability for less then $10,000.
Blackmagic announced the new Cinema Camera today, a cinema camera offering 2.5K video for $2999.95.
We take a look at the GoPro Wi-Fi BacPac, a $99 accessory that adds remote and viewfinder capabilities to GoPro cameras
Dolby has announced that it has developed a lower bit rate version of its Dolby Digital Plus surround sound system, meaning that broadcasters and streaming providers will be able to use the bandwidth for more audio or other content.
Sony has announced a new optical media storage solution, comprising of twelve discs sandwiched together in a single cartridge for up to 1.5TB of storage.
RED has announced an upgrade for its Epic and Scarlet cameras, bringing native 6K video recording via a new sensor module.
Ahead of this week's NAB show, RED president Jarred Land has revealed the first details of the REDray 4K projector and players.
We got a chance to play with Canon's newest 4K DSLRs, the EOS C500 and EOS 1D C.
Canon will be showcasing a prototype 30-inch 4K industrial video display at NAB Show 2012.
Canon introduced the EF-mount C500 and PL-mount C500PL, which offer 4K resolution and and RAW output to go head-to-head with cameras like the RED Scarlet.
Canon has just announced the latest addition to its line of DSLRs, the EOS-1D C — this camera features an 18.1-megapixel full frame sensor, and is also the first Canon DSLR that can record video at 4K resolution (4096 x 2160).