I-MOVIX Launches INFINITE Continuous Loop Ultra Motion Recording

At the NAB 2016 Show, I-MOVIX will show its new ultra-slow motion camera system, INFINITE. The system combines scalability with trigger-less operation while providing continuous on-board loop recording of more than one hour of high frame rate in HD and frame-accurate speed ramping without compensation and interpolation.

Based on the Phantom Flex4K camera from Vision Research and the I-MOVIX X10 platform, INFINITE can be operated in a range of modes to meet the most challenging production constraints, either technical or financial. INFINITE helps streamline production logistics when used either in standalone mode without a server, or in conjunction with a server, where it only requires a single channel, saving cost and space in the mobile truck. The trigger-less workflow empowers production teams to review and save ample content for the live show, for post-game analysis and for marketing - all of which dramatically reduces the per-minute cost of this unique technology.

The system captures more than one hour of continuous action in high speed and in high resolution, allowing an entire sports event to be recorded non-stop. INFINITE's ability to provide trigger-less coverage means a dedicated operator is not required, the camera workflow is greatly simplified, and the production team never risks missing anything.

INFINITE can also be used for remote/IP operation, and in wireless configuration. The remote production capability also has potential applications in sports refereeing, allowing the same referee to provide ultra-slow motion adjudication of several sport events at the same time, from a unique location. 

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