09.16.2004 10:32 AM
DNF Controls slow-motion controller for Sony hard-disk recorder debuts in Europe

The DNF Controls ST304-DSR1K-T slow-motion controller made its European debut at IBC2004.

The ST304-DSR1K-T is based upon DNF's ST300 slow-motion controller platform. It controls the Sony DSR-DR1000 DVCAM stream-based hard-disk recorder, providing simultaneous record and playback for data-intensive live sports and entertainment broadcasts.

The ST304-DSR1K-T takes advantage of Sony's DSR-DR1000's hard-disk technology for instant access and simultaneous record and playback functionality.

This pairing provides operators with fast, easy and reliable VTR-like control that allows them to mark cue points on the fly and playback video without disrupting the record process.

DNF's solution also offers DSR-DR1000 users 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.

For more information, visit www.dnfcontrols.com.

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