Editec Takes Delivery of Revolutionary New I-MOVIX X10 UHD 4K High Speed Camera
This purchase continues the long term relationship between Editec and I-MOVIX and further demonstrates a continued determination to offer clients the very latest technology in the field of ultra slow-motion.
This hi tech new product offers Editec customers a Ultra Slow Motion capability at 4K - up to 1000fps using the easy-to-use I-MOVIX control panel or with an XT3 server direct streaming at 100fps.
“We are very excited to have this product in our fleet of cameras” said Steve Cotterill, managing director of Editec- “One major consideration was the ability of this 4K camera to provide an enhanced performance at 1080 i/p. We have no 4K projects scheduled yet, but this camera from day one offered our high-end customers truly amazing performance at HD resolutions making it a good investment, offering at 1080i/p Ultra Slow Motion (USM) up to 2000 fps or Super Slow Motion (SSM) at x4 / x6 / x10 using the industry standard XT3 server.”
This latest purchase enables Editec to offer its clients the entire range of I-MOVIX products.
Editec is proud to be the sole UK distributor for sales of the I-MOVIX high speed camera systems. The equipment is also available for rental from Editec world wide along with skilled operators and engineers. Editec has been involved in the supply of high speed cameras to cover a great many of the top sporting events for all the major broadcast companies here in the UK and many abroad.
I-MOVIX is the worldwide leader in extreme slow motion for sports broadcast from 75fps to over 5,000 fps. I-MOVIX offers the first true ultra-slow motion solutions fully integrated for broadcast use, with an unprecedented combination of very high frame rates and instant replay with a continuous streaming option.
The I-MOVIX range of products have been designed specifically for extreme slow motion and have been received with great acclaim by both sports and commercial customers worldwide. With superfast installation and user-friendly custom-designed control panels, the cameras run off a standard SMPTE fibre and take broadcast B4 mount lenses. For film use, an adapter enables any PL mount lens to be used.