03.01.2009 08:28 AM
I-Movix SprintCam Live v2.1 extends capabilities of ultra slow motion

I-Movix has released SprintCam Live v2.1, the latest version of the broadcast integration solution for ultra slow-motion. SprintCam Live v2.1 extends the industry lead established by previous versions of SprintCam Live by allowing users to capture 500-10,000fps with instant replay. Version 2.1 adds a range of significant new features and developments in response to user feedback and the experience gained at the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games.

Among the features and enhancements of SprintCam Live v2.1 are new algorithms for unprecedented image quality, new user-friendly remote controls that enable fine-tuned settings and a slow-motion remote with a new cueing system that allows for quick and easy selection of the sequence to replay.

SprintCam Live v2.1 remains one of the only fully integrated ultra slow-motion systems for broadcast, offering high image quality, extreme light sensitivity and ease of installation and use. The system can be operated out of the box, in conjunction with an EVS LSM server for sequence storage, or with any SDI recorder.

Spearheading I-Movix's product range, which now encompasses the new SprintCam v3 HD and SprintCam Basic solutions for a range of slow-motion applications, SprintCam Live v2.1 is available for immediate sale through I-Movix's network of distributors.



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