MoVI ® M10
The MōVI camera system is set to completely revolutionize camera stabilization in the professional video production industry. A gyro-stabilized three-axis gimbal system, Freefly Systems’ MoVI M10 features proprietary control software, hardware and three-dimensional navigation avionics for smooth stabilization and acceleration correction.
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From the Olympics to the World Cup, Discovery Channel’s “Aerial America” to Paramount Pictures’ “Transformers”, Cineflex camera systems have been used to capture the major moments of high-profile television series, sporting events and movies.
The Cineflex ELITE integrates the proven 5-axis stability of the Cineflex camera systems with “state of the art” Canon Premier® lenses and the award winning ARRI Alexa® camera, to take Super 35 format digital production to new places.
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HELICOPTER MOUNT BELLY PAN
A Cineflex attachment uniquely modified for A-Star Helicopters.
QUADROKOPTER MIKROPTER CINESTAR 6
The CineStar is the next evolution in professional heavy lift multi-rotor helicopters. Drawing on vast experience in the areas of professional aerial cinematography, engineering and manufacturing, Quadrocopter and FreeFly Systems have collaborated to create the ultimate aerial platform. Extensive R&D has been invested in the CineStar to create a reliable and robust system for aerial video and photo professionals, allowing for longer flight times, heavier payloads and smoother footage. DSP-73 licenses.
RELIABLE WIRELESS VIDEO & AUDIO MONITORING
By Coherent Communications, Inc.
Features: Range is typically 2 miles from Helicopter.
Low battery and fault indicator lights for each Transmitter and Receiver: Green for OK, blinking green for low batteries, blinking red for insufficient voltage and red for fault condition.
Diversity Receiver: Model CVR-1500 solves about 95% of the video picture breakup (due to multi-path signal cancellations) experienced by mobile camera operators, Steadicam units and others who must move their transmitters or receivers during use. The True-DTM system automatically switches between the strongest signal available on up to 3 antennas (minimum of 2 antennas).
Audio: Very high quality audio with gain control for both microphone and line inputs (Model CVT-1400).
Options: NTSC or PAL versions of all models available.
High gain receiving antennas, battery packs, different power connectors, Rack mount panel for multiple Receiver or Transmitter mounting. Export or Federal government use options that provide greater range include different frequencies, higher power output, power amplifiers, higher gain transmitting antennas, etc.
Approvals: FCC Part 15 (no license required), Industry Canada RSS-21 0
Your search for the most high performance aviation headset in the world is over.
A distinctive look and unparalleled comfort makes Zulu the ultimate blend of technology and high performance.
Plush ear seals combined with magnesium ear cups and supported by a stainless steel headband deliver durability at 13 ounces. Use Zulu’s innovative Bluetooth connectivity to facilitate communications and get on your way to enhancing the freedom of flying.
Zulu’s engineers researched how pilots perceive noise at various frequencies in the cockpit and then developed technology providing focused noise attenuation over the most critical ranges. The achievement is a headset with the ultimate performance profile and industry-leading total noise cancellation attributes. Zulu is setting the standard for all ANR headsets.
HELICOPTER INTERCOM TO WALKIE RADIO INTERFACE
RED HEN SYSTEMS – VMS 300
Red Hen Systems has been developing patented hardware and software for collecting geo-referenced video and photo data in the field, and bringing that data into mapping environments for improved decision-making. Geotagging, also called Geocoding, is the process of adding geographical identification metadata to video media and images. This data usually consists of latitude and longitude coordinates, though it can also include altitude, bearing, places names, and other data.
Geotagging technology determines the precise location of where a specific video is captured. A GPS receiver communicates with GPS satellites to accurately determine position and location. This data is then recorded directly onto the video file’s metadata to ensure maximized value from flight time recording.
nanoFLASH RECORDER FOR RENTAL EQUIPMENT
HD/SD Recorder and Player
Supports FCP, Avid, Edius, Vegas and more.
3 Cables, Low Power Consumption
Hot-Shoe Ball Mount
HDMI, Audio I/O
CF Card Reader
1080p 30/29.97/25/24/23.98 fps
1080i 60/59.94/50 fps
720p 60/59.94/50 fps
XDCAM HD 422 @ 100/140/160/220 Mbps (I-Frame Only)
XDCAM HD 422 @ 50/100/140/160 Mbps (Long-GOP)
XDCAM EX @ 35 Mbps
IMX 422 @ 50 Mbps (Standard-Def)
PCM 24-Bit (recording)
MPEG1 Layer II
Recording Time: (with two 32GB CF cards)
420 minutes @ 19 Mbps
160 minutes @ 50 Mbps
80 minutes @ 100 Mbps
50 minutes @ 160Mbps
Video In: HD/SD SDI x1, HDMI x1
Video Out: HD/SD SDI x1, HDMI x1
Audio In: 3.5mm Mini x1 (2-CH)
Audio Out: 3.5mm Mini x1
Control: Wired remote control port x1
Power Requirements: 6.5 – 19.5 VDC
Power Consumption: 6W active, 0.1W standby
Dimensions: (W x H x D)
4.2 x 3.7 x 1.4” (10.7 x 9.4 x 3.6 cm)
Weight: 1 lb (0.45kg)
The nanoFLASH Bundle from Convergent Design records video, audio and timecode from an HD-SDI stream onto readily available CompactFlash (CF) cards, employing the high quality Sony 4:2:2 MPEG2 codec compressor. Boasting an incredibly small size and super low-power consumption, the nano Flash stands poised to revolutionize the broadcast video industry.