Originally featured on BroadcastEngineering.com
9/12/2008 1:53 PM
U.K. Distributor and Agent to Offer Sales, Hire, and Support Services for the SprintCam Live V2 10,000 Frames-Per-Second System
MONS, Belgium ― Sept. 8. 2008 — Following its introduction and showcase at the 2008 NAB Show, Editec has entered into an agency agreement with I-Movix S.A. of Mons, Belgium to distribute and support the SprintCam Live V2 Ultra Motion Camera System in the U.K. and Ireland. Created in partnership with Fujinon and Photron, the breathtaking SprintCam Live V2 is the first broadcast solution for extreme slow-motion, offering up to 10,000 fps with instant playback capability, and was the official extreme slow motion technology for the Beijing Olympics.
Editec, the original U.K. importer of the EVS LSM product and the U.K.'s only LSM specialist, has a worldwide reputation for supplying one stop, server based slow-motion and post production solutions. Steve Cotterill, Managing Director of Editec, comments, “We are delighted to embark upon this collaboration with I-Movix. We see this technology as a natural progression to complement the comprehensive services already offered to our clients. Over the past two years, we have looked at and tested several high speed cameras and feel that SprintCam Live is the first system designed specifically for the OB market.”
Editec offers this industry-leading technology in the U.K., with full sales, hire, and support service. SprintCam Live will be on show at Editec's stand OE120 at IBC2008. More information on this and all other I-Movix products is available at www.i-movix.com or by phone at +32 65 554 108.
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About Editec Broadcast Editing Services Ltd
More information is available at www.editec.co.uk.
I-Movix (www.i-movix.com) is a Belgian company with market-leading technology in the domain of extreme slow motion. The company’s debut product, SprintCam Live, was launched at IBC 2007. SprintCam Live is the first true extreme live slow-motion solution, offering the unprecedented combination of up to 8000 fps and instant replay. The technology has applications in live sports and other live TV productions, as well as in commercials, documentaries, feature films, and scientific R&D. The company headquarters is in Europe, with a branch in California, USA, and a growing global network of distributor partnerships.
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