Transvideo and Aaton Digital will both show new products at Cabsat 2017

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Sister companies Transvideo and Aaton Digital will both show new products at Cabsat 2017 in Dubai.

Last Updated: March 7, 2017 11:40 am GMT
(Paris, France--March 7, 2017) Transvideo will show the new StarliteRF-a, a wireless monitor with advanced camera control capabilities that can remotely control key functions of the ARRI ALEXA Mini and AMIRA cameras. The kit consists of a StarliteRF-a monitor-recorder and a TitanHD2 Tx-a that connects to the EXT socket of the ARRI cameras via a specific cable provided. You will have a hand held lightweight, high quality monitor receiving the camera picture wirelessly, and you can adjust key camera functions wirelessly by return to the camera. The camera functions are accessed via the monitor’s touch screen. You also have the ability to record and play back clips via the inbuilt recorder, which can be set up to record automatically when the camera records.


Transvideo's new StarliteRF-a monitor-recorder with wireless camera control of the ARRI ALEXA Mini and AMIRA cameras


Also on show the new Stargate monitor-recorder, a new generation of 7” high-end monitor-recorder with a 3G HD/SDI full HD display, compatible with 4K SDI signal, and with HDR features. It has fast path processing with immediate display capability, increasingly important in many shooting situations and essential for focus pulling.

With its intuitive interface it is invaluable for all types of production - cinematography, broadcast, both indoor and outdoor productions. It has professional built in tools including: Job-Oriented Views, Focus Helper, Peaking, Markers, 3D LUTS, Zoom and Tally. The inbuilt recorder allows recording and playback of dailies via an onboard SD card, with recording via manual start or auto triggered from compatible cameras. Metadata pdf reports are also generated for each clip.

As well as these new products you can also see the StarliteHD, The StarliteHD5-ARRI, and the TitanHD2.

Aaton Digital will show the amazing new CantarMini, a 16 track digital portable mixer-sound recorder. It’s based on the renowned CantarX3, multiple award winner and now widely recognised by the sound community as the ultimate digital 24 track location sound recorder.


Front view of Aaton Digital’s new CantarMini 16 track digital mixer-sound recorder with swivelling display open


The Mini retains the full sound quality, uses the same preamps, limiters, faders, components as the CantarX3, with 16 tracks instead of 24, with less inputs, making it considerably smaller in size and weight - just 2.8Kg with 2 batteries on board - almost half the weight of the X3. The software comes across also from the X3.

The Mini also has a large tilting display, uses the same batteries, and is compatible with the add-on mixer/fader panel Cantarem2.

You can also see the CantarX3, the location sound recorder that’s taken the high end sound recording community by storm, a 24 track digital sound recorder with stunning sound quality and a long list of features.

On show also accessories including Cantarem2, an add-on fader panel to add more faders for high track count recording on both the X3 and the Mini. The new-ABox with 8 rotary magnetic potentiometers and USB, extending capabilities of the CantarX3 and the Mini. Also the latest version of Majax, the companion software of the Cantar family, and finally, a new tablet interface.

On their distributor Amaranthine’s stand H2-20, Jacques Delacoux and Pierre Michoud will be present from Transvideo / Aaton Digital, along with Amaranthine’s Fariborz Kamrani CEO, Shahram Aderangui CTO, and Tet Casalme COO.



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About Transvideo/Aaton Digital
Since 1985, Transvideo has been creating products for the film industry and television production. It designed the first professional flat panel monitor in 1990, and since then it has led the high-end on-board monitoring market, including metadata extraction from intelligent lenses such as Cooke/i and ARRI LDS. An Academy Award® in 2009 and a Cinec® Award in 2010 have recognized Transvideo for its innovation and superior engineering ability. In June 2013, TRANSVIDEO’s holding company Ithaki acquired AATON, the French manufacturer of cinematic equipment. Since this time, AATON-Digital developed the Cantar-X3, the most advanced on-location sound recorder that received a Cinec® Award in 2014.

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