Saint Petersburg TV Deploys Grass Valley LDX 82 Cameras

Russia’s Saint Petersburg TV Channel has purchased 12 Grass Valley LDX 82 Series cameras to support production services at SD/HD/3G resolution as well as simulataneous standard and high dynamic range capture.

The Grass Valley LDX 82 Flex is the entry-level camera for single-format 1080i or 720p camera production. Saint Petersburg TV can now manage any type of production, host signals and support national integration all from two dedicated video and audio control rooms wth the LDX 82 cameras and XCU base stations,

Saint Petersburg TV has the ability to upgrade the LDX 82 Flex to any other camera in the LDX 82 Series range, based on its business and production needs.

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