11.20.2006 08:00 AM
Mobile Studios selects FOR-A switcher for HD fly pack

Mobile Studios, a Florida-based developer of fly pack video systems, has chosen FOR-A’s HVS-500HS Hanabi single M/E HD switcher for its new MS7HD mobile production system.

Mobile’s MS7HD is a portable, live production system capable of multicamera shooting. The transportable package is designed for corporations, churches, universities, sporting event producers, government video and independent production companies.

FOR-A’s HVS-500HS compact, self-contained switcher accepts analog and digital HD and SD formats with no external conversion required. Its input/output interfaces include SD-SDI, HD-SDI, analog component SD and analog component HD.

The switcher can also connect to HDV cameras or PCs using component video breakout cables. The switcher is multiformat in HD for 1080/60i, 50i, 24p and 720/60p, and is switchable from NTSC to PAL.

Headquartered in Boca Raton, FL, Mobile Studios designs and delivers integrated, portable production systems for SD and HD live production. Users of its mobile systems include Boeing, Dow Chemical, NASA, Cendant and the U.S. Navy.

For more information, visit www.mobilestudios.com and www.for-a.com.



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