Videosys Broadcast will launch a number of products adding further to its existing portfolio, at BVE in London from 25 to 27 February. The company’s wireless Camera Control system has been revised and updated with the inclusion of Sony IP Panel support. The new Cobham HD Nano Transmitter, claimed by Videosys to be the smallest H.264 transmitter in the world, will also be on show.
Although small, but the Nano Transmitter has the same 100mw RF power output as larger models, ensuring solid pictures over more than 1000m. Broadcast RF has taken delivery of eight pre-production Nanos for use on helmet cameras for winter sports and pre-orders have been taken from UAV companies looking for low delay, live broadcast transmission. Videosys claims this is the smallest and lightest COFDM transmitter on the market, and its considerable weight saving aims to dramatically increase available flight time.
Videosys’ camera control has sold over 150 systems worldwide. Its ease of use and ability to use the manufacturer’s control panel has proved popular with hire and OB companies and studios. Sony IP control has now been included for ease of assigning RCPs.
The new Camera Receiver will also be shown at BVE. Designed to fit into third party video transmitter systems, Videosys has provided a simple upgrade path to owners and operators of equipment outside of the Cobham stable.