Sony held a massive press conference yesterday afternoon. While there weren't any new cinema camera announcements (they're sticking to their guns with providing upgrade paths for the F5, F55, and F65), they did announce a few exciting new products. Here's a quick rundown of the major features for all of those new products, as well as some updates to older products.

The biggest news is probably Sony's new 30 inch 4K OLED monitor. What makes this thing unique is its High Dynamic Range mode, which should be able to accurately display the amazing dynamic range of today's cinema cameras. I have a feeling that HDR screens and technologies are going to be a big theme at NAB this year, although RED already proved that pushing resolutions even higher is still a thing.

Sony also announced a new software called Catalyst Edit that is aimed at providing a seamless native editorial workflow for 4K Sony RAW and XAVC. There's not a ton of information out there yet about the software yet, nor is it clear how it differs from Sony's existing NLE Vegas Pro.