I-MOVIX X10 UHD RF Brings Wireless Ultra Motion Closer to the Action
The system is available with a choice of wireless cameraback solutions, including Vislink’s Clip-On 4 or L1700. Control can be from the OB (mobile) truck using the OCP and JOG remotes, or when a data channel is unavailable the camera operator can control the system in standalone mode to send replays to the truck over a single wireless link.
“Vislink wireless camera solutions provide the ultimate flexibility for capturing live sporting events worldwide, including the World Cup, Olympics and the Super Bowl,” commented Ashley Dove, VP of Solutions at Vislink. “The untethered nature of cameraback RF transmission allows broadcasters to collect unique angles from the field and deliver them to the fans at home, for a more complete live event experience. The L1700 is lightweight, compact, and transmits in high-quality HD, making it the perfect compliment to the I-MOVIX range of products.”
“With its wireless capability the X10 UHD RF is clearly the most advanced ultra slow motion camera for HD sports broadcasting,” said Laurent Renard, CEO of I-MOVIX. “The ability to take the camera close to the action and into any corner of the arena gives production teams a new freedom to uncover detail and sporting drama that has never been seen before.”
X10 UHD RF is the latest version of the X10 product line and combines the unique advanced features of the X10 technology with the ultra HD image resolution and the RF transmission capability. X10 UHD RF integrates the Vision Research’s Flex 4K high-speed camera, and is fully integrated with industry-leading production servers.
I-MOVIX is the worldwide leader in extreme slow motion for sports broadcast (from 75 to over 5,000 FPS). The company’s products are the first true ultra-slow motion systems, fully integrated for broadcast use, offering the unprecedented combination of very high frame rates and instant replay, or continuous streaming. The technology has applications in live sports and other live TV productions, as well as in commercials, documentaries, feature films, and scientific R&D.