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Nov 23rd

2017

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Broadcast Electronics launches IP2

Broadcast Electronics Limited are pleased to announce the launch of IP2, a camera control interface for broadcast cameras and control panels. Designed in response to customer requirements for a way of communicating paint and iris controls over IP networks. Initially supporting Sony products, the system facilitates fully transparent camera control providing seamless integration in multi-camera […]

Dec 21st

2016

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Sony HXC-P70 Wireless Control

The HXC-P70 is a point-of-view “POV” camera developed for a wide range of applications. Similar to the HDC-P1, but with higher sensitivity in addition to its compact size, light weight and lower power consumption. This camera does away with handles and viewfinders making it the perfect camera head for Steadicam operation on live TV. The […]

Mar 15th

2016

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Broadcast Electronics launches Cuelite Tally Interface for Camcorders.

Broadcast Electronics Limited are pleased to announce the launch of the new Cuelite tally interface. This unique device takes control of the integrated cue lights on compatible camcorders, assisting where camcorders are used in live, multi-camera production. The interface is driven by a mixer tally output, illuminating the cue lights when the camera is live […]

Aug 6th

2015

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Licence exempt 2.4 GHz camera control as reliable as licensed UHF?

We think so. In free space UHF camera control will travel thousands of meters further than control operating in the 2.4 GHz band, that’s physics. But range isn’t the whole story and television is not made in free space. For studios, stadiums and arenas the working range of a wireless camera is less than a […]

Jun 2nd

2015

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Maxwell z24 Wireless Camera Control wins vote for UK elections coverage

On a night that saw David Cameron return to Downing Street with the Tories, the Maxwell z24 wireless camera control saw its first outing on election coverage at Pinewood Television Studios. A Steadicam was used for three rehearsal days and the overnight studio coverage with a Sony HDC-P1 camera, Boxx Meridian video link and the […]

Jan 19th

2015

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Sony PMW-EX3 Wireless Camera Control

Following a number of enquiries to control the Sony PMW-EX3 camcorder Broadcast Electronics Ltd. are pleased to confirm this camera is supported by the Maxwell z24 wireless control system. The PMW-EX3 has been a popular HD camcorder for a number of years. In addition to the 1/2 inch sensor the camera supports lens adapters for […]

Sep 24th

2014

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Sony HDC-P1 Wireless Camera Control

The HDC-P1 is the smallest, lightest camera in the Sony HDC range . This camera does away with handles, viewfinders and fibre interfaces making it the perfect camera head for Steadicam operation on live TV. With the 2/3-inch type 2.2-mega pixel full HD “Power HAD FX” CCD there is no compromise on picture quality, the […]

Sep 24th

2014

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Sony RM-B170 and RM-B150 Camera Control Panels Now Wireless

When it comes to Portable Production Units (PPUs) space is at a premium. The Sony RM-B170 remote control unit is the successor to the popular RM-B150. It provides a compact, affordable solution for remote camera operations, with added features including the remote control of media and the operation of clips of non-linear media. Broadcast Electronics […]

May 28th

2014

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Sony PMW-F55 Wireless Camera Control Solution

Broadcast Electronics are pleased to announce full wireless paint control of the Sony PMW-F55 4K camera using Maxwell z24 wireless camera control system. Supporting Sony control panels, all features are supported so it operates just like a wired camera. These include white balance, shutter, iris, black level, etc. As with all Maxwell systems, manufacturer tally […]

May 27th

2014

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Wireless Camera Control Outdoor Operation

The Maxwell z24 wireless camera control system has been successfully used in many studio and arena venues. But we’re regularly asked how far it will work outside? As with all RF systems the answer is not always straightforward and is heavily dependent on the environment in which the system is working. Manufacturers tend to publish […]

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