Paralinx have announced the newest product in their growing family of zero-delay wireless video systems: Triton.
Triton is a next-generation wireless video solution for DSLR videography, offering a compact and lightweight design, integrated battery plates, and class-leading range of 450 feet / 140m.
In addition to the class-leading range at its price point, the uncompressed wireless video system can accommodate an unlimited number of receivers linked to a single transmitter at the push of a button. The Triton is designed to work right out of the box, featuring battery plates built into the transmitter and receiver that interface with popular Canon LP-E6-type and Sony NPF-type battery systems as well as integrated cold-shoe mounts and ¼ 20” threads. The Triton uses manual channel selection to link transmitters and receivers and operates with a wide input voltage of 6-17V DC on both the receiver and transmitter.
“In developing our release of the Triton we wanted to make our next-gen affordable solution as comfortable rigged to a handheld gimbal system as it is on an unmanned aerial video platform,” said Paralinx CEO Greg Smokler. “With its impressive range and an affordable price of US$1395.95 we think that the Triton system will fit seamlessly into any production environment.”
Uncompressed video up to 10-bit 1920×1080 60p
Ultra-low latency – less than 1ms
Range up to 450 feet / 140m
Integrated LP-E6 / Sony NP-F Battery plates
Sends Audio and Video
Rugged compact design
Availability and Price
Triton systems are priced at US$1395.95 and additional receivers are US$849.95. Triton is currently available and shipping now.
For more: Paralinx.