06.12.2003 12:00 PM
Link Research launches LinkXP2 wireless camera system

Link Research has introduced its LinkXP2 wireless camera system. It has low delay, diversity, reception and frame lock capabilities.



The LinkXP2 includes two new modules, the Operators Control Panel, and the Data Interface Unit. Both modules enable camera control functions such as Iris, Color balance and Tally

The system also features a reverse camera racking system. It includes two new modules, the Operators Control Panel, and the Data Interface Unit. Both modules enable camera control functions such as Iris, Color balance and Tally.

The LinkXP2 camera back is designed on a modular concept enabling future changes and upgrades while keeping the basic chassis concept. It also includes:

  • Low signal delay of 1frame, 40mS

  • Long battery life

  • Frame lock input as standard

  • Instant receiver recovery without blanked screens

  • Low delay independent of bit rate

  • The LinkXP2 camera is compatible with most LinkXP1 components

For more information visit www.linkres.co.uk

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