ITV have installed high definition cameras in their main news studio at ITN today.
The network, who launched its first standard HD channel in 2010, will being broadcasting its news programmes in high definition “very, very soon.”
The cameras are Sony HDC-2400 studio cameras and are fitted with Sony OLED viewfinders..
ITN Cameraman Matt Freestone (@MattJF) posted these four images on Twitter #BehindTheScenes
Thanks to @MattJF for allowing @TVNewsroom to repost his images..
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