Used On A RED MX The Brite-View Is No Longer The DIY Teradek:

Good news following on from Cinescopophilia’s DIY Teradek Cube Wireless HDMI Transmitter Alternate and Brite-View HD Responds to DIY Teradek posts comes news that Brite-View are in full swing testing their AirSyncHD Wireless HD transmitter. The Brite-View AirSyncHD Wireless HD transmitter at $189.99 is going to look very appealing to a lot of Shooters who need to see quality vision assurance.
The guys are testing the Brite-View Power Station prototype unit on a RED MX camera and have had good results with it so far and they are confident it will work with the ARRI Alexa, RED Epic, Panasonic AF-100 + GH2, Sony PMW-F3L / F3K, the Canon 5D MKII, and Canon 7D Cameras.
Watch as they get clean vision from a RED MX camera with the Brite-View AirSyncHD Wireless HD transmitter 100 feet or about 31 meters away from the camera.

For more see Brite-View.
Go to Teradek and check them out.

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  • phoSumpro

    Been checking out alternatives to the teradek for months now… actually considered a lot of similar products like the brite view, but found them too big. we found this Chinese manufacturer months ago and it looks like they make the brite-views…
    http://www.gonbes.com/en/ProductList.asp?ClassID1

    They've launched a new product, much smaller than the current brite-view and we were about to purchase it, but got busy with shoot. It's the Gonbes 331 http://www.gonbes.com/en/Gonbes-GBS331.html

    Seems like this would be more fitting for dslr shoots, size-wise… Same battery issues though.

  • HowardG

    Hi PhoSumpro – THANKS for the updated source!

    That 2nd link for the new GBS331 page is 404 – BUT – new page is here…
    http://www.gonbes.com/en/product_detail.asp?menui
    BUT wait there's more – a seemingly newer version the GBS332 here…
    http://www.gonbes.com/en/product.asp?menuid=82&am

    I can't see what the spec differences are (boxes appear to be identical to the GBS331) so emails are first course of action.

    I'll update if I get a progressive or definitive answer.