Mons, Belgium – I-MOVIX is pleased to announce that the X10 technology can now be used in two new configuration setups, increasing the flexibility of the ultra slow motion systems it designs and commercializes.
Indeed, X10 Spine, the Ultra Slow Motion broadcast integration developed by I-MOVIX, can now be combined with the Vision Research Miro 320 high-speed camera. With X10 Spine, as it was already the case with the Phantom vSeries, the Vision Research Miro high-speed camera remains independent of the I-MOVIX broadcast integration, which adds operational flexibility to allow additional non-broadcast use with the high-speed camera.
This unique high-speed replay mode system operates at frame rates up to 1,500 FPS in 1920x1080 resolution (and up to 3,000 FPS in 1280x720) with instant replay, and offers the major advances provided by the X10 technology both in terms of hardware and software.
Last but not least, X10 Spine used with the Miro high-speed camera from Vision Research is now compatible with the solutions designed by Polecam, the world leader in specialist jibs, minicams, and accessories, enhancing the portability, the speed and the flexibility of the I-MOVIX broadcast integration solution for sports production where the camera needs to be closer to the action.
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 company’s 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.