Sony to present new updates at the NAB Show virtually & in-person
Category: #tech  | By Mateen Dalal  | Date: 2022-04-25 |
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Sony to present new updates at the NAB Show virtually & in-person

Sony Electronics is reportedly showcasing a vast variety of services and products to empower cinematic, broadcast, and live event content creation at the NAB Show 2022 at Las Vegas Convention Center.

As per sources, these innovations run parallel to the leading industry trends in the Internet Protocol (IP), Imaging, Visualization, and Cloud realm. Sony will be exhibiting both in-person and virtually at the show.

Theresa Alesso, President of Imaging Products and Solutions Americas at Sony Electronics stated that the last few years have reanalysed the industry and the world.

Theresa commented that the customers have relied deeply on technology to help collaborate and connect in-time and remotely with the biggest degree of reality.

According to reports, the Sony Electronics team is looking forward to reconnecting with the industry, sharing latest technologies, highlighting its transformation and shining a spotlight on trends such as virtual production and cinematic look as they build a future together.

For the unversed, Sony’s reputation in imaging is established as an expert in camera technology. Sony’s cameras bring powerful stories to life with the increased emotion and engagement on the sets of very popular films and programs at the world’s most influential live events.

Owing to its industry standards, users continue to take exceptional camera options from Sony at every capability, level, and price.

Moreover, with the launch of the latest HDC-3200, Sony is filling in the gaps and developing its portfolio with a more budget friendly 4K system, making sure that users have an option which fulfils their needs, without paying for the non-essential capabilities.

As per reports, Sony is developing its portfolio of solutions allowing professionals to deploy, design, and manage environments that are on-premises, in the cloud or throughout a geographical region.

Source Credits: - https://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/sony-electronics-returns-to-nab-show-in-person-and-virtually-with-updates-focused-on-imaging-ip-cloud-and-visualization-workflows-301531459.html

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