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Ambient Recording NanoLockit Wireless Timecode Generator (Single)

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Ambient Recording
Ambient Recording NanoLockit Wireless Timecode Generator (Single)
Key Features
  • Wireless Transceiver over ACN Network
  • For DSLR, Consumer, and Small Cameras
  • Matchbox-Size Form-Factor
  • One-Button Syncing
The matchbox-sized NanoLockit from Ambient Recording is a highly accurate and easy-to-use timecode generator which allows you to wirelessly sync timecode and framerate between devices such as DSLRs, film cameras or audio recorders. Synced devices enable you to generate clips that can be quickly auto-conformed in professional editing software, streamlining your post-production workflow.
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Can timecode work on two cameras that cannot be ...

Can timecode work on two cameras that cannot be set at the same frame rate?
Asked by: Craig
Timecode cannot work on two cameras with different frame rates.
Answered by: Nicholas
Date published: 2021-02-16

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is there a way to set auto frame rate if my camera needs to shoot 24fps then 60fps on a hurry?
Asked by: Waynes world
According to Ambient: The ACN-NL follows the TC frame rate it is jammed with. Thus, if you jam the device with 24 fps (or 23.976) it will take over these frame rates. A 60 fps frame rate is not specified by SMPTE, and therefore not available by the NL. Regarding high speed, the cameras generally switch to internal counting of the frames and are not synced with the other devices. Usually the time code frame rate is not changed within one production. If you have further questions please email us. [email protected]
Answered by: Dennis A L.
Date published: 2018-08-27

If I sync nanoloskit from external clock does it ...

If I sync nanoloskit from external clock does it sync all the time or just at the beginning? (My use case would be sending timecode from abletone to resolume arena but every song has it's own timecode) So would there be a need to resync for every song? Thank you
Asked by: Jimmy
This will hold sync for as long as it is connected.
Answered by: Joseph
Date published: 2020-11-05

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If a nanolockit its connected to my panasonic gh5 will the camera internal mics still record audio and if the Panasonic DMW-XLR1 XLR is connected?
Asked by: BRENT
If the camera has no XLR adapter and you plug the NanoLockit's time code cable into the 3.5 mm jack, the camera's internal microphone is off.If they feed it into one of the inputs of the Panasonic DMW-XLR1 XLR Microphone Adapter B&H # PADMWXLR1 , you can still connect a microphone to the second XLR.
Answered by: Dennis A L.
Date published: 2018-08-27

Can I use this to sync a video switcher, LED wall ...

Can I use this to sync a video switcher, LED wall and cameras to get rid of the rolling bars or static bars associated with the frame rate on the LED wall?
Asked by: Josh
No, this is used for synchronizing recording devices. Please reach out to one of our professional video experts for guidance specific to your case.
Answered by: Dov
Date published: 2021-04-27

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Can this use with C300MKII and Sound Devive Premix6 as the C300mkII has a timecode input with sdi cable, does NanoLockit has a SDi adapter?
Asked by: Waynes world
According to Ambient: The NanoLockit does not have a SDI port. To supply the Canon C300 MKII with time code, you have to use the camera's BNC TC port. For syncing up this camera with the new Sound Devices MixPre-6, you will need the ACN-ML-D double pack and the LTC-OUT cable. Ambient Recording LTC-OUT Lockit Time Code Out to BNC / L5P-BNC B&H # AMLTCOUT
Answered by: Dennis A L.
Date published: 2018-08-27

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Can it be use with a RED dragon and Sounddevice mixpre3 ?
Asked by: Albert B.
I'm sure you can feed the TC in on the Sound Devices with the cable included with the nano lockit. However, the Red cameras need a proprietary adapter cable to feed TC in through a BNC connector. That means you'd also need the lemo to BNC output cable for the nano lockit. Hope that makes sense!
Answered by: MICHAEL L.
Date published: 2019-04-03
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