06.12.2003 12:00 PM
Originally featured on BroadcastEngineering.com
DNF Controls launches slow motion controller for Sony's hard-disk recorder

DNF Controls has launched the ST300-DSR1K slow motion controller based upon DNF's ST300 slow motion controller. It was developed to provide control over the Sony DSR-DR1000 DVCAM stream-based hard-disk recorder.

The ST300-DSR1K provides simultaneous record and playback for live sports and entertainment broadcasts.

DNF's ST300-DSR1K uses Sony's DSR-DR1000's hard disk technology for instant access and simultaneous record and playback functionality. This allows users to mark cue points on the fly and playback video instantly without disrupting the record process -- all the while providing operators with fast and reliable VTR-like control.

The DSR-DR1000 also features a T-Bar for fast, simple, and smooth slow motion instant replay and single-keystroke cue marking for access of up to 100 cue points per DSR-DR1000.

When implemented with two DSR-DR1000 hard-disk recorders, the slow motion instant-replay system provides up to two record and two playback channels, and allows the operator to switch between them. Operators can also personalize control features using the controller's set-up menu.

For more information visit www.dnfcontrols.com.

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