Paralinx Announces Dart, A Wireless Monitor Link

Paralinx today announced the release of Dart, a small long-range wireless monitoring solution that offers visually lossless HD video transmission up to 1000ft/300m.

Paralinx's Dart represents a new generation of ultra-portable 5GHz wireless transmitters designed to provide monitoring for action cameras and gimbals. Its integrated LPE6 battery plate offers up to 2 hours of runtime from a single battery, while its mini-USB output can power both a GoPro camera and Dart from a single battery. For extended periods of shooting, Dart can be connected to a 2A USB battery pack to keep the system operating for hours on end. 

Dart’s transmitter and receiver feature ¼"- 20 and 4-40 mounting points to accommodate a wide range of camera accessories, providing easily attachment of the system to any rig. 

Its chassis is constructed of milled aluminum, which acts as a heat sink to ensure optimal operation in extreme environmental conditions. Despite its metal enclosure, the Dart system is strikingly lightweight, 100g (TX), 350g (Rx). Dart’s micro-HDMI input supports video signals up to 1080p30/i60 and its receiver can output via HDMI or HD-SDI, depending on model.

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