Integrated Microwave Technologies (IMT) and Marshall Electronics have joined forces to offer a series of pre-certified wireless video production bundles for live broadcasts and sporting events that include IMT’s wireless video transmitters and Marshall’s POV cameras. The new solution will be on display at the 2018 NAB Show.
While companies such as Yuneec, DJI, Ryze Tech, AirSelfie Group and others tout their latest drones and related products at CES this week, action-cam manufacturer GoPro announced that it plans to exit the drone market completely once it unloads its remaining $799 Karma drones.
On the eve of IBC (and actually at consumer trade show IFA in Berlin), Chinese drone leader DJI launched a new drone, dressed up an existing one and added a panoramic photo mode for the Spark mini-camera drone.
Hitatchi Kokusai Electric America says it will make 1080p60 video acquisition even more economical with the unveiling of the new CU-HD550 camera control unit (CCU) and CA-HF550 camera adapter at NAB New York.
Tim Reis, an eSports event producer, said he significantly improved the quality of his “player cams” by adding CV502 Miniature Cameras from Marshall Electronics. They help bring a more immersive, all access experience to his broadcasts and live streams.