One to 4K. Says Sony will soon let consumer camcorders record with 4K.
He's talking up the beauty of 4K on TVs.
I'm not sold on 4K yet but may be in about 3 years.
Rattling off movies that are in 4K.
Says 4K TV sales have been well received. But he says 84-inch TV not for everyone. This spring comes a 55" and 65" inch model.
Molyneux: says these Bravia TVs include Magnetic Fluid speakers for improved sound.
More accessible prices sounds good. I wish they would put the price up on the screen for everyone to see.
The goal, he says, is to bring 4K TVs to a wider audience... with smaller screens and lower prices, though he hasn't mentioned cost yet.
He invites people to compare to any competitors.
Announces world's first 4K video distribution service in the U.S. Will come out this summer, he says.
Folks, your Blu-rays don't cut it anymore.
From where I'm sitting this looks like 1080p.
No mention of 3D -- it's all about 4K.
Kaz Hiral is back on stage
Kaz Hiral is back on stage.
Hiral: Sony is distinct, he says, because the company creates content. So "we're leading the adoption of 4K content."
Says 4K projection systems have been installed in more than 13,000 theaters worldwide.
"We intend to expand the field of 4K...into TV drama and commercials," he says.