BBC and Sony to trial Ultra HD TV at Wimbledon

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The BBC and Sony could be set to trial 4K TV broadcasts at The Wimbledon Championships later this summer.

Sources inside both Sony and the BBC confirmed to the website Tech Radar recently that Sony’s 4K equipment will used at the All England Club this summer to film in Ultra HD and at the moment there’s the strong possibility of broadcasting the tournament in the 4K format.

This isn’t the first time that the two organisations have trialed new technologies at Wimbledon, as both HD and 3D were showcased at the same tennis tournament in the early stages of those technologies.

It would appear Sony is fully committed to the Ultra HD cause given recent publicity events and this seems to be a very prudent move, as 4K looks set to change film and TV with hundreds of 4K movies and TV shows already being developed and mastered for 4K release over the next few years.

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