09.15.2005 12:09 PM
Originally featured on BroadcastEngineering.com
Thomson Grass Valley launches Infinity lineup


Grass Valley’s new Infinity line supports a variety of SD/HD video formats via 14-bit digital signal processing, Iomega, REV PRO and CompactFlash media.
Thomson unveiled the Infinity Series next-generation acquisition, recording and storage devices at IBC2005.

The Infinity Series includes a digital media camcorder, a digital media recorder and a new line of media and peripheral devices.

The Infinity digital media camcorder and the Infinity digital media recorder provide for plug-and-play addition into existing network. The Infinity Series uses IT-based disk drives and IT-based storage solutions.

The Infinity ENG and EFP camcorder features 14-bit digital imaging with advanced video processing, The camcorder uses off-the-shelf Iomega REV or REV PRO removable disks and professional-grade CompactFlash solid-state memory as recording and playback media.

The Infinity camcorder provides a choice of video formats and standards selectable within the camera, including 525i60, 625i50, 1080i50, 1080i60, 720p50, or 720p60. SD formats are selectable in either 16:9, 4:3 or letterbox aspect ratios.

For more information, visit www.grassvalley.com.

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