know a good wireless HD video transmitter/receiver??

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    • #44189
      Anonymous
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      hello there. i’m looking for a good (or cheap, i’m open to all options) wireless video transmitter/receiver that’s able to handle hd video to go from my jvc gy-hm700u to an hd switcher. i don’t know if i’m not looking in the right places or such a thing just doesn’t exist.

      any ideas?? i need this for a live shoot soon.

    • #185137
      SafetyMan
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      I personally don’t have direct experience with these, but here are a few options to look at at a couple of different price points. These appear to be aimed at the consumer market, but may work well for your purposes:

      http://www.amazon.com/Brite-View-BV-2500-Wireless-Transmitter-Receiver/dp/B0026FCGLI

      http://www.gefen.com/kvm/dproduct.jsp?prod_id=5990

    • #185138
      Anonymous
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      yeah, i checked those out…the only problem with that is that i’ll have to be mobile with the camera, and both of those are hard-wired to an electrical outlet at each end. that’s where i seem to be running into issues. thank you for the suggestions!!

    • #185139
      XTR-91
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      http://www.provantage.com/quatech-avd-wrls-500~7QTCB002.htm

      Not quite sure if this one is outlet hard-wired, but it seems to be one of the best deals (price to performance ratio).

    • #185140
      Anonymous
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      You can try the wavicam but it really depends on the distance you need the signal to cover, take a look herehttp://www.camerent.co.uk/accessory_hire/video_cameras/wireless_and_display/accessories_video_cameras_wireless_and_display.html

      We use these and they are ok line of sight but walls even partition walls cause problems what type of distance and what type of environment will you be in?

      Regards Camerent

    • #185141
      Anonymous
      Guest

      You can try Boxx TV Wireless HD Transmission Systems products.

      Meridian is HD, Cobalt is SD transmission systems. Have a look at their website.

      Regards

    • #185142
      Anonymous
      Inactive

      I think you may also interested in Wireless Flash Trigger

      Hope this will work for you

    • #185143
      MVP Tactical
      Participant

      Bytron, did you ever find a wireless HD video transmitter?

      Julian

    • #185144
      composite1
      Member

      If you can spare about $1.6k, take a look at the terradek cube.

      http://www.thevideocube.com/

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