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#1 robert_kunz

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Posted 09 December 2009 - 06:01 PM

dear all,
long long time ago i posted some facts about a new video transmitter system from berlin, germany!

if someone of you is still interested in this beautiful device,(which really exists! ;) ) just give my old pal
PIET GROTELÜSCHEN a call.
he`s the developer and is selling them now.

PIET GROTELÜSCHEN (no forum member)

cell : +49(0)178 395 18 74

cheers,
rob
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#2 Claus Stuhlweissenburg

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Posted 10 December 2009 - 08:08 PM

Is there a website?
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#3 robert_kunz

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Posted 11 December 2009 - 08:31 PM

unfortunately, there is no website yet, they spent too much time and energy on developing and designing and just did not manage to put up a proper website...... www. krautvision.com is booked and blocked but no content.
don't hesitate to call piet on his cellphone, he is always happy to tell you all facts about his product!
cheers,
rob
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#4 Rogerhaugen

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Posted 11 December 2009 - 09:00 PM

I think we need some more info to go on before we pick up the phone. Tell us some more about this system!
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Posted 12 December 2009 - 05:40 AM

the most important fact is,it`s possible to preset 16 channels on your own,each one tunable from 2,3ghz to 2,5ghz in 500 khz steps.
so it`s easy to avoid interference with existing wireless lan networks.
there will be another type with fixed 8 presets to confirm european laws.

and it will be possible to boost the power from 80mw up to 1-2 watts.
we already tried and tested the 1w module and were able to transmit image over 2,5 kilometers.

working on 2,4 or 1.3 ghz.
this system,both for film and video market will provide excellent image quality,regarding f-stop,framing etc.
frame delay will be below 3 frames and it has got real tuner diversity not just antenna diversity.
it will come with a new,revolutionary one-button- rotary -encoder for instant operation without reading the f....... manual and the option for software-branding for the purchaser,rental house etc.

it will be a modular,rugged system,consisting of transmitters and receivers especially for steadicam
in broadcast and filmbusiness.one real highlite about it will be a tft receiver-unit,handheld or for use in racks ,with the possibility of switching between up to 4 cameras with four simple buttons and a switching time below1/2 second.

this is, what i posted 2 years ago, it still has the same specifications, but with some extra features and really beefy housings......

cheers,
rob
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#6 Markus Rave

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Posted 12 December 2009 - 07:15 AM

Will it transmit SD or HD?



the most important fact is,it`s possible to preset 16 channels on your own,each one tunable from 2,3ghz to 2,5ghz in 500 khz steps.
so it`s easy to avoid interference with existing wireless lan networks.
there will be another type with fixed 8 presets to confirm european laws.

and it will be possible to boost the power from 80mw up to 1-2 watts.
we already tried and tested the 1w module and were able to transmit image over 2,5 kilometers.

working on 2,4 or 1.3 ghz.
this system,both for film and video market will provide excellent image quality,regarding f-stop,framing etc.
frame delay will be below 3 frames and it has got real tuner diversity not just antenna diversity.
it will come with a new,revolutionary one-button- rotary -encoder for instant operation without reading the f....... manual and the option for software-branding for the purchaser,rental house etc.

it will be a modular,rugged system,consisting of transmitters and receivers especially for steadicam
in broadcast and filmbusiness.one real highlite about it will be a tft receiver-unit,handheld or for use in racks ,with the possibility of switching between up to 4 cameras with four simple buttons and a switching time below1/2 second.

this is, what i posted 2 years ago, it still has the same specifications, but with some extra features and really beefy housings......

cheers,
rob


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#7 Amando Crespo

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Posted 12 December 2009 - 09:35 AM

Hi!. Thanks for the info.
Should be possible any picts, price etc..
Thanks
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#8 robert_kunz

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Posted 13 December 2009 - 05:53 PM

hello to all interested collegues,
as far as i know by now, it transmits only standard definition......

pics and prices will follow asap!

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#9 robert_kunz

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Posted 13 December 2009 - 06:14 PM

HD will follow! even asap......

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