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Io industries Attends NAB Show


Thank you for visiting IO Industries atNAB Show last week! Below is a list of the products we showcased incase you were unable to attend.


(London, ON) May 4, 2017 - On display was the 4K MAX slow motion mini camera system was on display at NAB. The system is comprised of a 4K camera head which connects via 75 ohm coaxial cable to a high-speed solid-state recorder. Based on IOI's DVR Express technology, the recorder is capable of playing slow-motion imagery from 3G-SDI outputs at usual broadcast rates.


IO Industries has built complete holographic video capture systems in partnership with Microsoft. Both portable and studio-based systems are built around IOI's camera and DVR technology, and are tied together with application-specific capture software. The studio capture software unites the front-end capture workflow with the back-end processing all while keeping in step with any production database.


Also on display was the first compact 4K/UHD camera head designed to fit where larger cameras cannot. Despite its size, this small form factor camera has the capability to deliver the high-quality imagery demanded by industry professionals. Other features include a global shutter CMOS sensor, interchangeable lens mounts, and 3G/HD-SDI outputs supporting up to 60fps.


Lastly, The 2KSDI features a 2/3" CMOS sensor with high sensitivity, low noise and global shutter technology. The C-mount allows compact lenses to be used or adapters for F-mount, PL-mount and EF-mount lenses. Dual 3G/HD-SDI outputs provide simple connectivity to monitors, recorders and broadcast switches.

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