Editec at BVE 2012  with I-MOVIX Ultra Slow Motion

See Editec with I-Movix on stand B1 at BVE 2012

Editec, UK and Ireland’s Ultra Motion specialist and sole distributor of I-Movix products, have announced that at BVE 2012 in London they will have on show and demonstration both mainstream products from I-Movix, the I-Movix X10 solution and the I-Movix SprintCam Vvs HD system.

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I-Movix X10  
The brand-new X10 (pronounced ‘ex 10’) system is the industry’s first live ultra motion solution to deliver real-time continuous extreme slow motion in full HD at a groundbreaking 300 fps (or 600 fps in 720p).

Developed in partnership with EVS, the X10 system is used with an EVS XT3 production server under LSM control, well exceeding the performance ceiling of existing continuously recording super-slow motion systems (restricted to three times slower than real time, or 75 fps), to give 10 times slower than real time.

As the industry’s first live ultra motion solution, the X10 system is designed to give production teams the ability to use it for continuous slow motion at frame rates far in excess of existing systems. The integration with EVS LSM workflow provides a consistent and familiar user interface and controls that any broadcast crew can use immediately, without specialist training.

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I-Movix SprintCam Vvs HD
Powered by the highly rated Phantom 640 high speed camera, the Vvs is an excellent performer in all lighting conditions, making Ultra-Motion possible where it never was before. 

The system is capable of shooting at speeds between 25 - 2640 fps at 1080i in native HD resolution, or 5680fps  at 720p resolution. The I-Movix remote controller enables rapid changing of shooting speeds to suit the varying production requirements of fast moving live sports events.

The camera has dual outputs and the quality is such that the live output can be used as a primary camera - this effectively means that no longer is the hi-mo camera just for slo mo use, resulting in a big cost saving over other systems.

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New software release now available
The SprintCam Vvs HD 1.2 software release brings major improvements in terms of efficiency of operations, image quality and ease of use.

Steve Cotterill, MD of Editec will be on hand together with some of his specialist crew and also several of the I-Movix team from the Belgium factory.

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