Fast Forward Video brings Micron HD to NAB

Looking for a reliable one-channel digital recorder? Perhaps the Micron HD from Fast Forward Video (FFV) has your name on it. 
Based on the same technology as firm’s Omega range, the Micron HD is a digital video recorder that – says the company - delivers picture quality in JPEG2000 at an affordable price.

As with all FFV digital recorders, the Micron HD features patented single-frame cueing latency, which also makes this recorder incredibly responsive. Using third-party serial controllers, users can shuttle content up to 100 times real-time speed in any direction. The Micron HD is a broadcast-quality record and playback device that can fit in any environment.

The Micron HD can record and play back mandated critical ancillary data including closed captioning. Users can also archive all broadcast programming with CEA 708 in the file or any critical ancillary data on lines 8 through 11.

Fast Forward Video are at NAB Booth N3718

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