05.11.2007 12:00 PM
Originally featured on BroadcastEngineering.com
I-MOVIX unveils instant replay system

I-MOVIX, a Belgium-based provider of slow-motion video technology, has introduced SprintCam, a slow-motion server that can capture, replay and store extreme slow-motion shots in real time.

SprintCam is capable of replaying 250 to 5000 images per second in HD quality. Key features include a Photron APX-RS color camera with built-in memory, Fujinon DigiPower broadcast lenses, waterproof CCU interfaced with SMPTE/ARIB fiber-optic cables and SprintCam BC Server with 5000 FPS SprintCam BC Linux 64-bit software.

The system supports EVS Advanced Video Server Protocol (AVSP) and is integrated into the broadcast network in stadiums and playgrounds.

For more information, visit www.i-movix.com.



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