Which HD wireless are people gonna use?

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  1. duongthuan

    duongthuan New Member

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    Skateboarding is a 5 billion dollar per year market. From the U.S., 200 different companies manufacture skateboards. Each and every month, 500,000 skateboard decks and 100,000 brakes are manufactured. Twenty percent of all teens have a skateboard. https://github.com/skateszone/skate/wiki/How-To-Know-What-Size-Of-Skateboard-Should-I-Need-To-Get
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  2. Rick Gerard

    Rick Gerard Active Member

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    I have a Bolt 500 with two receivers and it's great for all land based work. No need for the extra power draw the longer range units and it will easily penetrate a single wall on location. The Bolt transmitters do suck up a bunch of current.

    I'm moving into 4K aerial production with an ALTA soon and I'm going to need about 3000' there for reliability so I'm looking into another unit. So far there is nothing that I have found that does 4K lossless like the Teradek does with HD so I may have to forgo lossless recording from the ground for a while.
     
  3. Graham Futerfas

    Graham Futerfas Well-Known Member

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    I've had a Tomahawk 1:2 system for a year and a half, and it cost a lot of money but has been really worth it for functionality on my Movi (M15 and then Movi Pro). You can't go wrong buying a good transmitter -- you'll definitely be happy with it.

    I understand your concern about something new coming around the corner, but the truth is, that will always be the case, no matter when you decide to buy. Did I feel like my Tomahawk was dated when the 3000 came out, or when the Tomahawk 2 came out? A little, but my Tomahawk still rocks every day, so I don't regret my decision to buy it. I have yet to be hired on a production where they demanded I have a Bolt 3000 or Tomahawk 2 instead, and if they really want or need it, then they can sub-rent it somewhere else I guess. Doesn't bother me at all.

    I figured we'd have 4K transmitters by now, but alas. :rolleyes:
     
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    SeBaStIaN BArrEtT Active Member

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    i think a lot of us use connex transmitters for aerial, very reliable and cost-effective (low price likely because of "noisy" drawback).

    Are you worried about your backup, ground recording not being 4k? I have considered this as well, but have been lucky enough to not have that particular catastrophe situation happen. If ur lamenting inability to properly reference/color 4k on set, im also with you there.
    HD Transmitters are a commodity in production. wireless video is a relative must. i doubt wireless 4k monitoring will be until consumer 4k screens are standard...Or Rick jinxes my on-camera 4k footage into failure.:mad:
     
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    i think 1000 is fine for any work ive ever witnessed besides aerial, only once did i see that be an issue. 3000 is obviously an expensive insurance policy unless you know your upcoming jobs may call for at least 2000. u can always PM me if you decide to sell the 1000 for a fair price :).
     

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