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EVS provided Live SlowMotion replays on UltraMotion cameras during the French Open

Superloupe at Roland Garros

EVS, the leader in instant tapeless technology, offered live slow motion replays on Ultra Motion cameras during this year’s French Open. The Ultra Motion cameras, which are high-speed HD camera systems used by broadcasters to cover major international events, were fully controlled by EVS’ XT[2]-LSM live production systems

SuperLoupe™ systems from Digital Video Sud (DVS)

At Roland Garros, the XT[2]-LSM HD system provided live slow motion replays on the new SuperLoupe™ systems from Digital Video Sud (DVS). The integration with the SuperLoupe™ technology allowed EVS LSM operators to manage up to 1000 frames per second in full HD of live slow motion replays, with no rendering, directly from their XT[2]-LSM remote controller. Henry Alexander, General Manager EMEA at EVS said: “The integration between the SuperLoupe™ HD system and the XT[2]-LSM during the semi-finals and the finals of the French Open gave viewers the ability to analyze the best swings with unmatched precision and capture the smallest details like never before. As a result, broadcasters increased the attention and admiration of millions of tennis fans, including myself.”