Ubiquity Studios Adds the Latest Sony F35 to Its Arsenal
IRVINE, Calif., Sept. 6, 2011 /PRNewswire/ – Ubiquity Studios continues to bring the best cameras in the world to its facility. Sony recently completed a testing of some of their new cameras including the famous Sony F35 workhorse. The Sony F35 is designed to bring the advantages of digital technology with film-style operability; it expands the production toolset available for high-end digital cinema and prime time program production both today and tomorrow.
Ubiquity Studios brought down the brand new Bentley Continental SuperSports coupe from the local Bentley dealer to showcase the quality of what Sony Cameras can provide for any commercial shoot. For a detailed look at the recent F35 shoot please visit Ubiquity’s website http://ubiquitybc.com/press.php?id=1.
CEO of Ubiquity Chris Carmichael said, “The Sony F35 is an amazing camera, and the quality is unmatched by any other. What I am most excited about is the new Sony F65 digital motion picture camera that is due in January 2012. The Sony F65 will be the Bentley of the camera industry, and Ubiquity Studios will be proud to offer it to our clients and use it on our own projects.”
“Sony cameras are the bread and butter of the film and television industry. You could not ask for a better camera,” said Ubiquity’s Director of Cinematography Mike Prickett.
The Sony F35 digital cinematography camera offers a Super 35mm-sized CCD sensor and PL lens mount for cinematographers who have a passion for 35mm film lenses. The F35 provides breathtaking picture quality, an extensive range of depth-of-field controls, dynamic range, and a wide color gamut. The PL lens mount of the F35 allows flexible use of the vast majority of 35mm cinema lenses, which greatly expands creative possibilities.
Ubiquity Studios is dedicated to having the best camera equipment available in the industry. “If you want extraordinary results from your production you must use the best the industry has to offer,” said Mike Prickett.
The F35 is designed to bring Full HD Resolution 1920 X 1080 with the same platform as the original F23, providing similar capabilities such as SR Motion and over- and under-crank. The F35 also provides an ergonomic design that allows direct docking with Sony’s recorder and is able to be used in connection with other Sony Camera’s for more creative freedom.
Ubiquity Studios is touted for having the largest turnkey studio facilities and sound stages between Los Angeles and San Diego, CA. Ubiquity is able to give their demanding clients the best the film and television industry has to offer. “We brought the F35 to Ubiquity Studios so we can continue to offer the most highly sought after cameras, camera and lighting equipment to shoot action sports, movies, commercials, and television programs,” stated Chris Carmichael, Ubiquity’s CEO.
Ubiquity Broadcasting Corporation
Redefining content creation and distribution for the digital age, Ubiquity Broadcasting Corporation is a next-generation company, creating the world’s first ubiquitous network, where content distribution is platform and screen independent. With more than 60 worldwide patents and patents-pending, Ubiquity is accelerating the ultimate convergence of media: mobile, internet and television. UBC redefines broadcasting for the digital age, placing the UBC network at the forefront of a fully global, mobile society. In addition to its technology developments, Ubiquity Broadcasting Corporation also produces and distributes live events, 3-D content, Mobisodes, has its own cross platform distribution model, and produces shows for both the online community and network television The Company is privately held, based in Irvine, CA.
For more information on Ubiquity’s technology, applications and innovations, please visit www.ubiquitybc.com
Sony Corporation is engaged in the development, design, manufacture and sale of various kinds of electronic equipment, instruments and devices. Sony operates in five segments: Electronics, which develops, designs, manufactures and sells electronic equipment, instruments and devices for consumer and professional markets; Games, in which Sony Computer Entertainment Inc. develops, produces, markets and distributes PlayStation 2 (PS2), PSP (PlayStation Portable) (PSP) and PLAYSTATION 3 (PS3) hardware and related software; Pictures, which encompasses motion picture production and distribution, television production and distribution, and digital content creation and distribution; Financial Services, which includes the activities of Sony Financial Holdings Inc. ,and All Other, which comprises Sony Music Entertainment and Sony Music Entertainment (Japan) Inc. (SMEJ). On October 1, 2008, it acquired Bertelsmann’s 50% interest in SONY BMG MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT (SONY BMG). Sony Electronics is the largest unit of Sony Corporation of America, the holding company for Sony Corporation’s US-based electronics and entertainment businesses. Sony Corporation of America’s consumer electronics unit makes and markets products to tap into Sony’s music, films, games, and other businesses. The electronics arm sells PCs (the Sony VAIO) and their peripherals, as well as TVs, VCRs, PDAs, DVD and MP3 players, digital cameras, camcorders, CD players, and car audio items. The company’s also a retailer and operates about 60 Sony Style retail shops in the US, mostly in California, Texas, and Florida.
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