Amimon Launches CONNEX Long Range Wireless

Amimon is launching its CONNEX Long Range (CONNEX LR) wireless technology at IBC to change the way users utilize videos captured from cameras and drones.

Many drone pilots and professional camera operators today are filming and navigating in larger spaces. To ensure a productive workflow and an advanced drone flight experience, it’s necessary to have a clear visual, in real time, across greater distances, without loading screens, pixelated images and abrupt interruptions.

The CONNEX is said by Amimon to deliver HD high-quality wireless video at a range of 3 km based on the company's chipset with a resolution of 1080p60Hz.

“Drone pilots will now be able to reach greater distances and have the clear visual to navigate from above with less restrictions,” said the firm.

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