Mons, Belgium – March 27th, 2014 – Since the beginning of the I-MOVIX’s story, the main strategic objectives of the company have been geared to ensure that it consistently meets or exceeds sports broadcasters requirements. This year at NAB, I-MOVIX is not only introducing a new modular range of X10 ultra-motion systems based on the Phantom cameras, but the company is also launching the brand-new X10 UHD system: the industry’s most powerful 4K ultra slow-motion solution made for the Flex 4K camera from Vision Research. X10 UHD is the first 4K ultra motion system to support both continuous super slow motion and ultra slow motion at frame rates of up to 1,000 FPS. 

“The strategic partnership we built with Vision Research is a key determinant of the success of our products. Thanks to the technological lead and know-how of both our companies, we are able to offer broadcasters all over the world a modular range of ultra motion systems that outstrip the competition in every respect, with better ROI because of the many different production scenarios in which they can be used” — Laurent Renard, CEO of I-MOVIX.

To meet the most demanding requirements of the sports broadcast market, I-MOVIX has chosen to work with a partner of excellence: Vision Research, the industry-leading manufacturer of Emmy Award winning high-speed cameras. 

"I-MOVIX is well positioned to address the global market for ultra slow-motion replay at live event broadcasts. And, they have a technical team that can bring the benefits of the Phantom Flex4K to this market. So, we are glad to partner with them on the X10 UHD system." Jay Stepleton, General Manager, Vision Research.

 

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About I-MOVIX

I-MOVIX (www.i-movix.com) is the worldwide leader in extreme slow motion for sports broadcast (from 75 to over 5,000 FPS). The companys products are the first true ultra-slow motion systems, fully integrated for broadcast use, offering the unprecedented combination of very high frame rates and instant replay, or continuous streaming. The technology has applications in live sports and other live TV productions, as well as in commercials, documentaries, feature films, and scientific R&D.