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#1 chris bangma

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Posted 18 August 2014 - 01:15 PM

Film-stuff.com / Cinetronic 15% off Sale.  All products in the store 15% off, includes lens accessories, Cinetronic monitors, butt dollies and more.

New Products

- Cine-Ranger
   The Cine-Ranger is a laser based focus aid, similar to a cross between the Wards Sniper and the Cinetape.  It has a beam angle closer to that of the Cinetape, allowing it to be used for both wide and long shots.  The Cine-Ranger reads from 1' to 120' with 1/3" accuracy (.3m to 40m, 1cm accuracy).  The Cine-Ranger consists of 2 units, a head unit, and a remote display.  They can be connected via cable, or via wireless.  Price $3500, Pre-Order price $3000.  The Cine-Ranger will be shipping in October.

- CineTranHD Transmitter
   The CinetranHD transmitter is a low latency h.264 compression transmitter, with long range and bidirectional capability. The CineTranHD will transmit 1920x1080p 4:4:4 video, and has both HD-Sdi and HDMI inputs and outputs.  With 1watt of output power, the CineTranHD will punch through any set, and transmit over a mile outdoors.  The transmitter will also be available in a bidirectional model, which will both send and receive video over one wireless link.  This allows live operators to transmit their cameras video, and receive return video over one link, camera paint is also transmitted.  Latency is less than 1 frame, end to end.  Unidirection version price $6500, Pre-Order price $5500.  Bidirectional version price $7500, Pre-Order price $6500.  CinetranHD transmitters will begin shipping in October.

-Vibration Isolator / handheld rocker
  The vibration isolator / handheld rocker is designed to remove vibrations from stabilized and non-stabilized remote heads, fluid heads, and garfield mounts.  The vibration isolator can also be used for a hand held look when using fluid heads, since it will allow the head to easily rock +/- 10 degrees.  It features an innovative joint which allows rocking and movement in tilt and roll, but keeps pan solid.  Available now $3500

-Arri Alexa bridge plate
  A custom fit bridge plate for the Arri Alexa, which ties directly into the front of the camera, without the need on an adapter block, and has a back support for the camera.  This keeps the Alexa stable for long lens shots, and eliminates flex.  The bridge plate features dual rod locks on each side to more rigidly clamp the lens support rods.  Available now $1150

-ModHead
  The Modhead is a modular remote head, which can easily be adjusted to fit various sized cameras.  The ModHead is both powerful and lightweight, it can accommodate cameras weighing up to 100lbs, yet only weighs 28lb in its smallest configuration.  The Modhead is designed to be a fully modular system, with interchangeable motors, and with integrated sliprings for video and power.  The Modhead features an easy to use console with integrated HD monitor, and separate touch screen for head configuration.  Modhead will be shipping in November.  Price $60,000 Pre-Order price $50,000

We will have product photos shortly, and will be adding the items to the store in the next week.  If you are interested in any of the new items please feel free to contact us.


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#2 Walter F. Rodriguez

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Posted 18 August 2014 - 01:23 PM

Any links or photos to these new items?
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#3 Walter F. Rodriguez

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Posted 18 August 2014 - 01:41 PM

Film-stuff.com / Cinetronic 15% off Sale.

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#4 chris bangma

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Posted 18 August 2014 - 04:05 PM

Any links or photos to these new items?

 

 

  What new products are you interested in?  I can get the photos up.


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#5 Walter F. Rodriguez

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Posted 18 August 2014 - 04:07 PM

Cine Ranger
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#6 Alan Rencher

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Posted 18 August 2014 - 04:11 PM

I would be interested in seeing some photos and specs for the encoder.
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Posted 18 August 2014 - 04:11 PM

PsF?
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#8 Alan Rencher

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Posted 18 August 2014 - 04:15 PM

Is it based off of the Vitec Sprint? http://www.vitec.com...how/MGW-Sprint/
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Posted 18 August 2014 - 04:36 PM

Cine Ranger

The housings for the cineranger are bieng made, and should be ready end of the week or beginning of next week.


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#10 chris bangma

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Posted 18 August 2014 - 04:41 PM

Is it based off of the Vitec Sprint? http://www.vitec.com...how/MGW-Sprint/

The transmitter is completely custom built from the ground up, with film use in mind.  It uses a high speed FPGA with custom programming for the compression, which allows it to compress in less than 1 frame, and have very low power consumption.  We have a selection of radios, allowing us to tailor the transmitter to the need of the customer.  These can be on licensed or unlicensed frequencies.  We can also feed external radios, for ultra long distance transmission of 20+ miles.  The transmitter will handle all hd-sdi and hdmi video formats, all processing is handled in FPGA which allows easy changes any time a new format comes out.


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#11 Alan Rencher

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Posted 18 August 2014 - 04:49 PM

That sounds like a good product. What is the latency in milliseconds?
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#12 chris bangma

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Posted 18 August 2014 - 05:00 PM

6-12ms


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#13 Alan Rencher

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Posted 18 August 2014 - 05:24 PM

That's pretty good. About the same as the Vitec zero delay codec.
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#14 Jens Piotrowski SOC

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Posted 24 August 2014 - 08:21 PM

Did anybody actually received their Gen 2 plus (1080p) upgraded monitors yet?

 

Were any of the persisting issues (psf/framelines/level/buttons) addressed?


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#15 Sandro Galv

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Posted 27 August 2014 - 03:30 PM

do you have specs and pictures from Modhead and the cine ranger? and the Vibration Isolator / handheld rocker?


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