See Aaton Transvideo at IBC 2019 - Booth 12F30
See new products from Aaton and Transvideo at IBC 2019 - Booth 12F30.
Get a free registration pass with the customer code 6940
New products from Aaton and Transvideo at IBC will include:
- Aaton - new product – Melody2
Double input analogue audio preamplifier with low noise and extended bandwidth up to 100 KHz; digital output on AES42, and compatibility with the CantarX3 and CantarMini to extend the number of inputs. The form factor is extremely compact despite the use of high quality audio transformers. The preamplifier settings are controlled remotely by the Cantar interface. Its compact form factor and low weight make it perfect to use on a boom.
- Aaton - new Firmware for CantarX3 and CantarMini recorders
Including digital gain and limiter for all digital inputs, also on the mixdown. The firmware includes several improvements and is the first step of a major release which will be published at the end of the year.
- Transvideo - new StarliteUltra advanced monitor with metadata collection and recording.
The StarliteUltra is a new platform including all the benefits from the StarliteHD family including metadata collection and the recording features of the StarliteHDm. It also features camera remotes and is the most advanced product available in its category.
- Transvideo - StarliteHDm monitor- data recorder with new integration of latest Fujinon zooms and Zeiss Supreme lenses.
A total redesign of the COOKE /I interface provides a full compatibility with the latest lenses. All static and dynamic metadata from camera and lenses are stored on an SD-card ready to use for VFX.
- Transvideo - new firmware for the CineMonitorHD with advanced peaking and 6G input ready.
A new input board is available to upgrade all CineMonitorHD “Evo3” units.
- Aaton – new - intelligent Wooden Handle for cameras, including remote and advanced functions.
Aaton-Digital has recreated its original iconic wooden camera handle, copied by many since its introduction by Aaton.The original was made of heather root by an artisan in St Claude, the city renowned historically for the crafting of smokers’ pipes.-now with added electronics and software to remote ARRI, RED, and SONY cameras.
The design was done in cooperation with Foolcolor http://mikasky.free.fr/foolcolor/
At the show, members of the Aaton and Transvideo teams will be on hand to help, along with Jacques Delacoux, companies’ president. Aaton-Transvideo welcomes Portajib, Cinela and Film and Digital Times to their stand 12 F30.
http://www.porta-jib.com/ http://www.cinela.fr/ https://www.fdtimes.com/