Datavideo comes to IBC with a full lineup of new products, 10 in all.
New technologies in the switcher line up include the SE-500HD, a mini-switcher that features 4x HDMI 1080P in and a simple audio mixer.
It also includes the SE-650, a mini-switcher with four inputs; 2x HDMI and 2x 3G-SDI. It also features three outputs, 1x 3G-SDI and 2x HDMI, as well as streaming output, an audio mixer and a mix/effect processor for PiP, DSK and chromakeying.
The SE-2850 is an update of the SE-2800 8- to 12-input HD-SDI switcher, with new features including RGB-LED buttons and an HDMI CG interface.
Datavideo is introducing the HS-1200, a portable studio meant to be used on the road, in the classroom or in a conference hall. It includes four HD-SDI inputs, two HDMI inputs and external sound inputs. The company claimed that, combined with its PTC-150 robotic cameras, shooting a production could be a “one-man-job”.
Another new product is the PTC-150T, a PTZ camera that offers HDBaseT, as well as 3G-SDI, HDMI and CVBS outputs. This means that it can be wired with only a single Ethernet cable with a maximum length of 100 metres. This Ethernet cable transports signal, power and control.
IBC showgoers can also see the RMC-400, an addition to Datavideo’s HDR-10 replay recorder that enables the producer to stack a maximum of four HDR-10 recorders and control them simultaneously.