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IO brings Victorem to IBCThe 4KSDI-Mini compact 4K/UHD camera head
IBC always brings some really interesting new tech and announcements that weren't ready or not on schedule for NAB in April. IBC describes itself as a conference that is an unrivaled global destination for discussion and debate about the many different challenges facing the electronic media and entertainment industry, both in its sessions and in the range of networking opportunities it affords. Many call it Europe's NAB, as it is filled with new ideas and innovative technologies for broadcasters. IO industries, a video camera company, is debuting their tiny 4K camera.
IO Industries to Showcase new Victorem 4KSDI-Mini at IBC 2017
London, ON, August 31st, 2017 - IO Industries Inc. announces their new 4K video camera will be shown at IBC 2017 in Amsterdam. The 4KSDI-Mini is a compact 4K/UHD camera head from IO Industries' new Victorem series. This model features a 12G-SDI output and 1'-format global shutter sensor. This sensor allows for enhanced HDR (high dynamic range) at levels not yet seen in this class of camera. Designed for modern live broadcasting and production environments, it also suits applications in test range instrumentation, unmanned aerial platforms and deep-sea remote viewing.
The 4KSDI-Mini shares many features with IO Industries' earlier Flare 4KSDI camera, which will remain a favored choice in applications that need a Super-35mm sensor format. But for many situations, smaller is better, and the 4KSDI-Mini achieves this immediately. The 4KSDI-Mini can be mounted in more difficult spaces to capture the shots other professional cameras cannot, while providing production-quality output that can be inter-cut with footage from primary cameras. Interchangeable lens mount options include C-mount and optional Active EF-mount, or it can be adapted to F, PL and other mounting types using 3rd party adapters.
With multi-rate outputs supporting 12G/6G/3G/HD-SDI, connection to current and future 4K video equipment is made easy. Only a single 12G-SDI connection is needed to provide 4K 60fps video from the 4KSDI-Mini into a growing selection of portable 4K/UHD video recorders, monitors, and live production switchers. For multi-camera configurations, either stereoscopic or panoramic, precise camera synchronization is possible using a tri-level sync reference. And, for situations not needing 4K/UHD signals, the 4KSDI-Mini offers 2K and 1080p modes by scaling ' not cropping ' the sensor, resulting in impressive clarity and detail for those formats.
Features of the Victorem 4KSDI-Mini include:
- Sony 1'-format global shutter CMOS sensor
- High Dynamic Range (12 stops)
- 12G/6G/3G/HD-SDI Outputs
- 10-bit 4:2:2, 4:4:4 or RAW up to 60 fps
- C-mount or optional Active EF-mount
- RS485 remote configuration with handheld remote control and on-screen menu
- Tri-level sync input for multi-camera synchronization
- Compact, Light-weight Enclosure
Visitors at IBC 2017 will have a chance to see the Victorem 4KSDI-Mini on display in Hall 12, Stand D75.
About IO Industries
IO Industries Inc. (http://www.ioindustries.com) designs cutting-edge digital video equipment. Since 1991 they have focused on providing our customers with high performance and high quality solutions for all types of digital video applications. Their products are proudly designed and built in Canada, at our headquarters in London, Ontario.
Ko Maruyama is a freelance animator in Los Angeles. In addition to working on film and broadcast animations, Ko teaches at Pasadena's Art Center College of Design - focusing on motion design. When working, writing or testing software allows, you can find him lending a hand in the After Effects board and lurking among the Cinema4D, Visual Effects and Photoshop posts within the DMNForums.
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