Blackmagic’s Micro Converters are the smallest broadcast converters on the market. Measuring less than 8cm long by 4.6cm wide, and weighing only 150g, the SDI to HDMI Micro Converter is small enough to fit on a rig, allowing users to convert their signal on-set. This allows for HDMI monitoring from an SDI camera output.
The Blackmagic Camera Fiber Converter lets you extend and power your URSA Broadcast camera from up to 2km away using industry standard SMPTE fiber cables. It also includes common live camera controls with multiple channels of talkback and standard television industry talkback headset connections. It features 1 Ultra HD camera feed, plus 3 HD return feeds
Convert SDI signals received over optical fibre for use with video switchers with the Blackmagic ATEM Studio Converter 2. Optical fibre signals can travel much further than SDI without quality degradation, and when combined with the ATEM Camera Converter, users can send a video signal up to 28 miles, as opposed to the normal range of 300 feet when using
Connect up to 8 separate cameras to the Blackmagic ATEM Talkback Converter 4K for SDI talkback. Using the same 15 and 16 audio channels as the Blackmagic ATEM Camera Converter and Studio Cameras, the Talkback Converter 4K integrates seamlessly with other BMD products. The converter also features 12G-SDI support up to 2160p60, with BNC connections to each
Extend the range of your Canon VIXIA GX10, XF400, and XF405 camcorder with the Canon TL-U58 Tele-Converter Lens. Front mount the converter to your camera’s lens via its 58mm thread for a 1.5x field of view extension. The TL-U58 is also designed to maintain 4K UHD clarity, with it’s fantastic optical quality.
The DAC-90 Audio De-Embedder from Datavideo allows users to de-embed 16 analogue audio signals from SDI video signal. It features 3G/HD/SD-SDI to support up to 1080p/60 video format, automatically detecting and switching between the different formats and provides 4 mini XLR audio connectors for outputting analogue audio to audio devices such as monitors,
Receive and an HDMI signal over 100m via Ethernet with the Roland HTRX01 HDBaseT Receiver. This HDCP compliant device supports WUXGA, can transmit an HDMI signal up to 1080/60p, and is capable of RS-232C transmission. Please note, to transmit the data for the HTRX01 to receive, users will need a device such as the HDBaseT.
Convert HDMI signals to SDI for broadcast using the Atomos Connect Convert | SDI to HDMI. The unit features a lockable HDMI connector and power input connector to protect against accidentally unplugging cables during operation. The Connect Convert is further protected in a rugged metallic housing, ensuring it can withstand the rigours of intense professional
Widen the field of view on your Canon VIXIA GX10, XF400, and XF405 camcorder with the Canon WA-U58 Wide Attachment Lens. Front mount the converter to your camera’s lens via its 58mm thread for a 0.8x field of view reduction. The TL-U58 is also designed to maintain 4K UHD clarity, with its fantastic optical quality.
Convert SDI to Analogue 4K with the Blackmagic Mini Converter – SDI to Analogue 4K. Compatible with SD, HD, 3G, and 6G-SDI, the converter can output to analogue in HD/SD component, NTSC, and PAL video. You can also connect the Mini Converter to Ultra HD video sources, while also connecting analogue equipment such as a Betacam SP, VHS, and video monitor
The Roland HT-TX01 HDBase T Transmitter is capable of transmitting HDMI signals up to 100 meters over an Ethernet cable. This makes it possible to connect video cameras, Blu-ray decks, switchers, and other source equipment to LCD monitors, projectors, and other display devices. The HT-TX01 can be used as a receiver for the HDBaseT output from XS series
Convert HDMI signals to SDI for broadcast use using the Atomos Connect Convert | HDMI to SDI. The unit features a lockable HDMI connector and power input connector to protect against accidentally unplugging cables during operation. The Connect Convert is further protected in a rugged metallic housing, ensuring it can withstand the rigours of intense professional