- Converts SDI and HDMI signals in via Thunderbolt cable out
- Capture live feeds for recording or streaming
- You must have a Thunderbolt enabled computer!
409 Granville St. - Office 1210
Office: (604) 558-0105
After Hours Cell:
10-5PM Monday - Friday
Sunday - Closed or by appointment only, 24 hours notice suggested.
$25.00 Per Day *
Do you need to get HDMI or SDI video from your camera into a computer for instant capture or live streaming? This is exactly the device you want! Video input and Thunderbolt output and you’re good to go.
Hollyland wireless video transmitters and receivers continue to impress us as a more affordable alternative to Teradek. The Hollyland Mars 300 HDMI transmitter/receiver wireless system is similar in power to a Teradek Bolt 300. A few nice features are HDMI loopthrough on the transmitter and 2 HDMI outputs on the receiver.
Power comes from built in mounts for Sony L batteries for long life (note NP F970 batteries/charger are not included in base price, please add them if you need them). The receiver has AC power as well.
Note, the manufacturer says this has a range of 300′ but that’s in perfect conditions. Just like Teradek and Paralinx, you can cut that into a quarter for indoor/real world use. Just’ saying…
Rent the Blackmagic ATEM Mini PRO when you need both streaming and recording at the same time! This device has so many features, we can’t even start listing them. But if you’re looking at this, you’re probably already pretty familiar with it. Note, power and USB cables are included but HDMI cables are not, so please add any additional cables you need to this kit.
Rent a SmallHD Bolt Focus 500 Teradek wireless transmitter/monitor system for a perfect all in one kit with an on camera monitor as well as a director’s handheld monitor. Included 2x 5″ monitors with built in Teradek transmitter and receiver with up to a 500′ range. Note, that’s the advertised max range by the manufacturer. Divide that by 5 if you’re indoors…
This includes batteries and cables, though we need you to let us know which cables you need for your camera of course.