Video Devices announced their new brand new line of 4K recorder/monitors – the PIX-E series back at NAB 2015. The lineup includes 2 x 5-inch units – the PIX-E5 and 5H, the former of which features both SDI and HDMI connectivity, whereas the least expensive of the
Another pre-IBC announcement, this time it’s from the makers of the successful PIX-E Series of 4K recording monitors Video Devices. The company just introduced the PIX-Base – a sturdy, flexible mounting accessory for its popular line of PIX-E Series 4K-compatible recording monitors. The tabletop-friendly PIX-Base is an easily adjustable design
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Video Devices, the makers of the successful PIX-E Series of 4K recording monitors, will preview a new recording capability for the popular PIX-E5, PIX-E5H and PIX-E7 models at the 2016 NAB Show – Booth C6040. Video Devices will showcase the PIX-E Series of recording monitors with a preview of
Video Devices is about to make a lot of shooters very happy by announcing earlier today that their flagship 4K recorder/monitor – the 7-inch PIX-E7 is now shipping worldwide. The Video Devices PIX-E7 is the largest model in the PIX-E Series, joining the 5-inch PIX-E5 (SDI and HDMI) and
Back in April at NAB, Video Devices announced a brand new line of 4K ProRes recorders called the PIX-E5 and E7, you can check out our write up here, and have been working hard since then to get the PIX-E line of 4K portable recorders out to market.
Video Devices announced a brand new line of 4K ProRes recorders at NAB 2015 back in April, check out our write up here, and have been working hard since then to get the PIX-E line of 4K recorders/monitors out to market. In a recent press release, the company
Atomos and Convergent Design had up until now cornered the market for 4K recorder/monitor devices for popular cameras like the Sony FS7, or mirrorless 4K cameras like the Sony A7s and Panasonic GH4, or great all-rounders like the Canon C100 Mark II and basically any other camera with HDMI or