Sony Enables 24x36mm Full-frame Image Capture Upon Launch Of Venice Digital Motion Picture Camera System

Sony enables 24x36mm Full-Frame Image Capture upon Launch of VENICE Digital Motion Picture Camera SystemConversations with and feedback from production professionals played an essential part in the development of Sony’s next generation CineAlta motion picture camera, VENICE. In the months after the camera’s September announcement, the immediate demand for Full-Frame capture was clear. Sony has answered the industry’s requests for Full-Frame image capture and, with an optional license, VENICE can support Full-Frame 24x36mm shooting from day one, at the camera’s expected ship date of February 2018.

Autumn Paints The Prettiest Picture At Mount Tateyama

Autumn paints the prettiest picture at Mount Tateyama

TATEYAMA, Toyama Prefecture--Autumn's canvas is at its brilliant best at Mount Tateyama, a popular sightseeing paradise in the Hida mountains that are called Japan's "Northern Alps."

Mother Nature's palette in the Murodo area of the mountain, located 2,450 meters above sea level, is dominated by the yellows of plants like "iwaicho" and "hakusanbofu" and the reds of "chinguruma" and "waremoko."

Sony Unveils Venice, Its First 36x24mm Full-frame Digital Motion Picture Camera System

Sony Unveils VENICE, Its First 36x24mm Full-Frame Digital Motion Picture Camera SystemSony Electronics is unveiling VENICE – its first Full-Frame digital motion picture camera system. VENICE is the next generation of Sony’s CineAlta camera systems, designed to expand the filmmaker’s creative freedom through immersive, large-format, Full Frame capture of filmic imagery producing natural skin tones, elegant highlight handling and wide dynamic range. VENICE was designed through close collaboration with the creative community, fulfilling the requirements from filmmakers and production professionals.

Sony Announces The Development Of Next-generation Cinealta 36x24mm Full Frame Motion Picture Camera System

Sony announces the development of Next-Generation CineAlta 36x24mm Full Frame Motion Picture Camera System  –  Sony


Sony Electronics is announcing plans for its next-generation CineAlta digital motion picture camera system. This latest addition to the CineAlta family is being developed through careful research and close collaboration with creative professionals including Directors, Cinematographers and Digital Imaging Technicians. Through the implementation of features demanded by the industry, Sony is demonstrating its commitment to innovation and the creative freedom needed for feature filmmaking and production.

Kids’ Picture Books Illustrate Need To Prepare For Disasters

Kids’ picture books illustrate need to prepare for disastersThe use of picture books to educate children about disaster preparedness has been spreading. This education is designed to explain earthquake mechanisms and evacuation procedures at the time of an earthquake, and convey the importance of psychological care for disaster-affected children.

‘castle Grandma’ Publishes Her Folk-art Picture Letters

‘Castle Grandma’ publishes her folk-art picture lettersShe's an artist simply and affectionately known as the "Castle Grandma."
Hiroko Sogo's folk art is called "etegami" (picture letters), which combines simple images and thoughtful words on paper or postcards.
The 79-year-old's long-standing theme is Marugame Castle, which stands in her hometown on the island of Shikoku.

Arai Moves Back Into Global Javelin Picture

Arai moves back into global javelin pictureOn his sixth and last attempt, Ryohei Arai got off the kind of throw he has long been aiming for in an injury-plagued season.
Arai broke the meet record in the men’s javelin with a toss of 84.13 meters on the final day of the Japan championships at Denka Big Swan Stadium on Sunday, giving him a second straight title and a ticket to his first IAAF world championships.