If you missed us at VidTrans15, here’s a brief overview of the technologies displayed.
In the shot above, you can see the AVIWest Pro110 mounted to the back of the camera. This cellular video uplink can have up to ten cellular connections, has a built-in WI-Fi modem, and two H.264 video encoders. The potential applications include: Live and Files Forward over Wireless Networks, Cellular Networks, Satellite, LAN/WAN, or live to any CDN (Content Distribution Network).
Also seen in the above picture is the transmitter of the VidOlink Reacher, mounted on the top of the camera. This is our newest wireless broadcast-grade HD SDI and HDMI video system, which has zero latency, no compression, and reaches up to 1000 feet or 300 meters. Notice the size of the transmitter, which weighs in at about half a pound and comes standard with it’s own long-lasting battery packs.
In the center of the shot below you can see the Stagebox IP Camera Back Transceiver. The Stagebox unit uses AVC-I 100 for high quality and easy editing, and also includes all the conversions necessary between industry standard video, audio, time code, sync and control signals and standard packet-based IP networks, providing full studio camera connectivity through a single Cat5e/6 cable.