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Bexel at IBC2017 Posted: 05/07/2017
At IBC2017, Bexel will showcase its custom-built Clarity Camera 800-HD, the world's first miniature high-frame-rate (HFR) point-of view camera for live production. Building on Bexel and Camera Corps' unrivaled experience using specialty cameras in live broadcast, the company developed the standard-setting Clarity 800 camera system to meet sports and event producers' increasing demand for high-quality, real-time HFR video. The Clarity 800 offers HFR processing in HD up to 8x (480 fps) and 1080p for superior quality and can handle all video formats, including 1080i and 720p. The system delivers complete camera functionality in a form factor that is only 4.7 inches high, 2.56 inches wide, and 1 inch thick. The Clarity 800 easily integrates into a live event ecosystem, operating as a broadcast camera system with real-time processing via fiber optics and integration with industry-standard video servers. Key features include a full-function remote control panel for paint control of the camera and a positive-lock lens mount with lens control of focus, iris, and zoom motors.
Tags: Bexel | IBC2017 | Clarity Camera | 800-HD | Camera Corps | Wireless Audio | Communications Solutions | Craig Schiller | IBC 2017
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Bexel at 2017 NAB Show Posted: 22/02/2017
2017 NAB Show Preview
April 22-27
Bexel
Booth C6025
 
Bexel Clarity 800 Camera
As a part of its specialty camera initiative, Bexel announced the launch of Clarity 800, a custom-built camera that is the world's first miniature, high-frame-rate (HFR) point-of view camera for live production. Building on Bexel and Camera Corps' unrivaled experience of using specialty cameras in live broadcast, the company developed the standard-setting Clarity 800 camera system to meet sports and event producers' increasing demand for high-quality, real-time HFR video.
Tags: Bexel | 2017 NAB Show | camera | Clarity 800 | live production | wireless audio | communication services | Bexel QT-5100 PlayerMic | NAB 2017 | NAB 2017
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CLAIR BROADCAST SELECTS WISYCOM TO SUPPORT RF WIRELESS AUDIO NEEDS FOR ANNUAL THANKSGIVING DAY PARADE Posted: 05/12/2014
When Clair Broadcast, a leading global service and live show audio provider, was asked to supply the wireless audio needs for the live broadcast of the Thanksgiving Day parade held annually in New York City, it chose the MFL RF Distribution system from WISYCOM, a leading Italian manufacturer of RF solutions, for its fiber transport capabilities. The parade marks the first large-scale, live use of the MFL RF Distribution system in the United States. 
Tags: Audio Masterpiece | wireless audio | RF fiber | Wisycom | Clair Broadcast
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Lectrosonics for Les Fusilles - Award winning sound man working in the field - literally Posted: 05/06/2014

Award winning French sound engineer Frederic de Ravignan has been working on a movie for French television called 'Les Fusill©s', directed by Phillippe Triboit using wireless systems by Lectrosonics. Based on a story of heroism and betrayal in the trenches of the first world war, the production by Tidal Films takes place in Gouzangrez, deep in the Val- d'Oise. The set is surrounded by fields of rapeseed, wheat and sugar beet, land decimated during the First World War. This setting will have served for five days of shooting, the other scenes of the film are shot in and around Meriel and Luzarches, two other towns in the Val d'Oise. The film is due be released this winter on France 3.

Tags: Lectrosonics | wireless audio | microphones | film sound | broadcast audio | wireless networking
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AETAs ScoopFone Codec Range Brings Dramatic HD Voice Quality Improvement Within Easy Reach Posted: 06/03/2013

At NAB 2013, AETA Audio Systems will present the new ScoopFone range, the most advanced and versatile professional mobile solution with HD Voice.

The rapid roll-out of wireless HD Voice with its 7 kHz wideband sound offers broadcasters a dramatic increase in audio quality over mobile networks. Unlike mobile data links, HD Voice delivers a priority connection with secure quality once the call is established all with lower cost and lower latency. The new ScoopFone range, together with Scoopy+ HD and Scoop 5, offers broadcasters a complete family of tools to take advantage of HD Voices higher quality for on-the-spot reporting, wireless coordination, and for any live long-distance communication where quality matters.

Tags: HD Voice | ScoopFone | wireless | audio | 3G
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AETAs Class-Leading HD Voice Technology Brings Radical Improvement to Mobile Voice Broadcasting Posted: 07/02/2013
Visit AETA AUDIO SYSTEMS at NAB2013 at Booth C.2953
 
 
AETA AUDIO SYSTEMS
18-22 E. Herriot
Parc technologique Kepler 4
92350 Le Plessis Robinson
France
 
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AETA AUDIO SYSTEMS is a leading international developer of portable sound recording units, mixers and advanced audio codecs, optimized for any kind of media and transmission infrastructure. Made by AETA is a synonym for high quality and rapid return on investment. With its strong commitment to innovation, the company has an outstanding history of industry firsts. For further information on AETA AUDIO SYSTEMS, its products and its national and international customers, please go to aeta-audio.com.
Tags: Audio | audio codecs | HD Voice | wireless audio transmission | Scoop Fone | NAB 2013 | NAB 2013
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