I-MOVIX Demonstrates Ultra Slo-Mo INFINITE

I-MOVIX will demonstrate a scalable ultra-slow motion system called INFINITE at NAB 2016.

I-MOVIX has used the Phantom Flex4K high speed camera from Vision Research to create what they call “the industry’s first scalable ultra-slow motion system” called INFINITE that they plan to debut at NAB2016.

“INFINITE is a brand-new radically innovative solution that provides unprecedented scalability and the flexibility to fit into any production workflow,” said Laurent Renard, CEO of I-MOVIX. “At NAB2016 we’ll be showing the first version…with more than one hour of continuous non-stop loop HD recording in high-speed and in high resolution--and the revolutionary ability to operate in standalone mode without a production server.”

I-MOVIX will also complete its X10 product range by showcasing its X10 UHD RF system that lets relies on standard RF equipment for live and replay at very high-frame rate ultra slow motion operation. X10 UHD RF is available with several wireless cameraback options, including Vislink’s Clip-On 4 or L1700.

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