Osaka, Japan – Panasonic said it will deliver state-of-the-art A/V equipment for the 22nd Olympic Winter Games held in Sochi, Russia, Feb. 7-23, and will shoot the opening ceremonies in 4K video.
This year, Panasonic is bringing the largest assemblage of security cameras in the history of the games and the largest amount of LED large-screen displays by area for the winter events.
Other equipment includes audio systems, broadcasting equipment, projectors, Viera TVs and HD visual communication equipment.
In addition, in a new endeavor for the company, Panasonic will record the opening ceremony from Olympic Park in 4K Ultra HD, with the cooperation of the IOC and OBS. The high-resolution video will be used for the company’s own video-production materials, Panasonic said.
Panasonic said it plans to realize its concept of “Sharing the Passion” by supplying equipment and sponsorship activities to the games.
A/V Equipment Supplied to the Venues
LED Large-Screens Displays
Professional Audio Systems
Security Camera Systems
Projectors (including DLP*2 projectors)
HD Visual Communication equipment 89 sets, etc.