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Betacam

(ˈbiːtəˌkæm)
n
(Film) trademark a high-quality professional video system
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Plaintiff MCA/Universal argued that Sony's Betamax video recorder infringed the studio's copyrights by allowing consumers to make copies of its movies and asked that sales of the machine be blocked.
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One of my friends was mad on Betamax, said it was better than VHS.
Betamax, Danny Christmas, Amira B and Flapjak will also hit the stage for performances sure to have singletons embracing their lonely place in the world instead of sulking over it.
The debate over which format was better -- VHS versus Betamax -- is now really over and it's time to get any video of any station events off these formats and into the cloud.
The story of Betamax v VHS is an interesting one as it includes huge corporations lobbying governments and politicians to make their product the 'industry' standard, plus also the seedier side of Hollywood also exerted an influence with pornographers choosing VHS as the cassettes were cheaper.
euro]e late 1970s also saw the launch of the rst video recorder and the battle for supremacy between the VHS and Betamax models.
A classically trained musician, popular DJ and founder of Voyeur Rhythm Records, Betamax worked from scratch to deliver a piece that was contemporary, bold, enjoyable and shareable.
From once notable celebrities like Arthur Godfrey and Walter Winchell, to forgotten objects such as Betamax and slide rules, McBride and Nief give the history of the obscure concept or object, its contemporary cultural significance, and explain to millennials and GenX/Yers how the term faded into obscurity.
IThe Betamax Theory is written by Lee Kenny, whose hero finds an opening in time in a Sutton Coldfield cemetery which takes him back to 1985.
In 1979 I launched a portable stereo cassette player that was a huge hit (unlike my Betamax VCR).