|MIRA MOBILE M-12HD and SportsNet LA Capture High-Quality Close-Ups, Panoramic Shots and Night-time Slo-Mo With FUJINON Optics|
When MIRA Mobile’s new M-12HD rolls into Dodger Stadium on behalf of MIRA customer, SportsNet LA, it does so with shot-capturing skills that rival the speed and focus of any Cy Young Award winner. Four of the truck’s six FUJINON XA99x8.4 ultra-wide field lenses outfitted on Sony HDC2570 studio cameras are positioned at various points on the field – high left field, mid first base, tight center field, and right field. One XA99x mans the high third base position placed on an I-MOVIX ultra-slow-motion system, provided by Fletcher Chicago. M-12 is also equipped with four XA77x9.5 telephoto field lenses.
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|Editec Takes Delivery of Revolutionary New I-MOVIX X10 UHD 4K High Speed Camera|
Editec Ltd, the UK and Eire exclusive distributor for I-MOVIX products have just taken delivery of the latest X10 UHD 4K high speed camera system from I-MOVIX in Belgium. This purchase continues the long term relationship between Editec and I-MOVIX and further demonstrates a continued determination to offer clients the very latest technology in the field of ultra slow-motion.
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|I-MOVIX To Show The Industry’s Most Powerful 4K Ultra Slow Motion System at IBC 2014|
I-MOVIX is the worldwide leader in extreme slow motion for sports broadcast (from 75 to over 5,000 FPS). The company’s products are the first true ultra-slow motion systems, fully integrated for broadcast use, offering the unprecedented combination of very high frame rates and instant replay, or continuous streaming. The technology has applications in live sports and other live TV productions, as well as in commercials, documentaries, feature films, and scientific R&D.
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|I-MOVIX Introduces New Modular Range of X10 Ultra-motion Systems|
I-MOVIX has announced the debut at NAB 2014 of a completely re-designed range of its X10 ultra slow motion systems. The new product line emphasises modular configurability to allow the creation of solutions to meet any production scenario, with a lifetime’s adaptability to changing requirements and technology updates.
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|2014 NAB Show I-MOVIX® Will Show the Latest in X10 Ultra Motion Technology|
On Display at NAB 2014, Stand C4742
**NEW FOR NAB** X10 Ultra Slow Motion in Range of Modular Configurations For the first time at NAB 2014, I-MOVIX will showcase its new line of products based on the market-defining X10 ultra slow motion technology. The new product line emphasises modular configurability to suit any Vision Research Phantom camera, and any configuration can be customized to meet performance and budget targets across a wide range of production scenarios. The entire X10 product range has been optimized for upgradeability to allow for evolving production requirements and upcoming generations of cameras.
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|I-MOVIX X10 and X10+ Add Color Matching to Real Time Continuous Ultra-motion|
I-MOVIX’s breakthrough X10 and X10+ real time continuous ultra-motion systems will be seen for the first time at IBC 2013 featuring another industry-first: automatic colour matching. The new ColorMatch function, available on both X10 and X10+ systems, provides automatic in-field calibration between I-MOVIX systems and the other cameras used in a live broadcast.
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|I-MOVIX to Present Information Session at 2011 NAB Show|
At the 2011 NAB Show, I-MOVIX CEO Laurent Renard and Project Manager David Bourgeois will team up with Fletcher Sports Vice President Dan Grainge to deliver a session entitled "Extreme Slow Motion: When Bringing the Invisible to Light Becomes a Breeze."
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|I-MOVIX Debuts Latest SprintCam® Vvs HD at 2011 NAB Show|
At 5,800 fps, Enhanced System Takes Frame Rates and Broadcast Integration to New Level
At the 2011 NAB Show, I-MOVIX will debut the latest version of SprintCam® Vvs HD (Phantom®-Powered), the groundbreaking ultra-slow-motion system for live HD broadcast production. Raising the industry ultra-slow-motion performance bar yet again, SprintCam Vvs HD now operates at frame rates up to 2,700 fps in 1080i50 or up to 5,800 fps in 720p60 (more than 200 times slower than live action) and provides instant replay at native HD resolution and image quality.
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