Boxx TV show off what they call the next generation of HD Wireless Camera Transmitters at IBC 2014.
Boxx TV have been busy working on a number of research and development projects and this week at IBC will be showing a new miniaturized zero delay HD wireless prototype system.
Monitoring via a smartphone of the system’s performance, such as antenna signal strengths and configurations.
With a range of more than 2000ft / 600m and the option to use amplifiers and directional antennas to significantly increase range, the new system is versatile for both indoor and outdoors locations.
The system has been designed for extremely high quality uncompressed zero delay transmission in a small lightweight housing; small and light enough for use with DSLR cameras and UAV’s.
The receiver has been designed in both a hand-held or broadcast configuration and can support genlock and fiber output.
With support for up to 1080 60p 3G 4.2.2 transport the system works with both live-to-air studio and OB production, along with video assist applications. Monitoring via a smartphone of the system’s performance, such as antenna signal strengths and configurations, allows the operator to monitor and configure the units without having to interfere with the camera operator whilst filming.
Boxx TV will also be showcasing new feature options for the Zenith H.264 Network HD Wireless system including a reduced latency of 60 milliseconds, Tally and Iris control capability and Return Audio which can be used a IFB. These features will especially interest those in the sports broadcasting and news gathering sectors.
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