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Remote via iPad: The M-200i 32-channel V-Mixer


Mixing via iPad X factor: Broadcast RF’s


wireless Sony P1 system in use on ESPN’s X Games at Foz do Iguaçu in Brazil


Lightweight wireless system debut for Sony


Broadcast RF By David Fox


What is claimed to be ‘the lightest wireless camera’ system available for Sony cameras, is being shown at this IBC by Broadcast RF. Its wireless Sony HDC P1 system has already been used for major events, such as ESPN’s X Games in Brazil, Barcelona and Munich.


It is particularly suitable for camera stabilisation systems. Steadicam operator Jim Littlehales, who used it for the recent Confederations Cup in Brazil, said: “The lighter the system is, the more I can throw the camera around and offer better shots to production. It was amazing – and the positioning on my rig is excellent. It doesn’t knock into my body and I can work it at close proximity, which allows me to offer superior shots than its cumbersome counterparts. Not to mention running up


and down a touchline for 90 minutes.”


The system comes


complete with a P1 camera head, batteries and accessories, such as teleprompt monitors and return video systems, as required. A choice of video


transmitters is available, but Broadcast RF recommends either the lightweight Link L1370 XPu-HD or Cobham Solo H.264 HD transmitter. A new UHF-based wireless paint system from Videosys is included. It uses the


manufacturer’s control system and a Sony RCP1500 control panel. This allows four camera systems to share a single UHF channel, reducing its impact on spectrum use while providing all the familiarity of Sony camera control. 11.F67


Roland Systems Group By Carolyn Giardina


A range of audio technologies is on show from Roland Systems Group, including the M-200i, a compact 32 channel professional digital mixing console.


A fully functional iPad application enables remote control of all the key features of the M-200i including pre-amp control, pan, high pass filters and PEQ and GEQ control. It also includes the ability to store and recall scenes, adjust compressors and gates, sends


on faders and effect editing. Also at IBC is the Roland R- 88 8-track recorder and mixer for recordists who currently record in stereo but want to switch to multichannel recording, plus those who need more channels than existing 4- channel recorders. The R-88 provides a portable


recording and mixing system for situations where there are multiple microphones on location and music recordings with more than four microphone channels. 7.J38


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