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
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Video Devices just announced their latest firmware update v3.50 for their 4K recorder/monitor lineup – the PIX-E series. In firmware update v3.50 the PIX-E Series recorder/monitors gain key playback functionality, including the ability to add, delete, and locate to cue markers, create a custom playlist, loop playback of
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
Video Devices and their PIX-E series 4K recorders have been solid performers on hundreds of sets and making life easier for a lot of productions. And Video Devices have also been releasing a steady stream of firmware updates such as the simultaneous H.264 recording and 6G-SDI support.
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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
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The PIX-E series 4K recorder/monitors from Video Devices are going from strength to strength with every firmware update. Not too long after release, the PIX-E5 and the PIX-E5H received 3D LUT support in firmware 1.05, and then the ability to record 4K via 6G-SDI and 1080p/120fps Slow-Motion in Firmware
Video Devices announced their new line of 4K recorders – the PIX-E series back at NAB 2015 last year, which have stirred the interested of the filmmaking community. Even though sometimes touted as great monitors, who happen to recorder 4K, these devices are quite the powerhouses when
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
Video Devices, makers of the super rugged and awesome monitors, who according to the manufacturer happen to record 4K in various flavours just got even better. The company just announced firmware update v1.10 for their 4K monitor/recorder line including the 5-inch PIX-E5 and the less expensive PIX-E5H (HDMI only).
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