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CINEGEARS Ghost-Eye Wireless HDMI & SDI Video Transmission Kit 150M V2 (Gold Mount)

BH #CI6154 • MFR #6-154
CINEGEARS
CINEGEARS Ghost-Eye Wireless HDMI & SDI Video Transmission Kit 150M V2 (Gold Mount)
Key Features
  • Send Uncompressed 1080p60, 10-Bit, 4:2:2
  • Gold Mount Receiver/L-Series Transmitter
  • 985' Max / 492' (150 m) Ensured
  • Low Latency of <1 ms
Transmit uncompressed, 1080p60, 10-bit, 4:2:2 video up to 985' with the CINEGEARS Ghost-Eye Transmission Kit 150M V2, in a Gold Mount version. The kit includes a single transmitter and single receiver but safely supports up to four receivers simultaneously on each channel. Moreover, it's cross-compatible with all other Ghost-Eye versions (100M, 150M, etc.) so you can connect longer/shorter-distance receivers if you'd like. The receiver in this kit features a Gold Mount battery plate attached on the back while the transmitter offers a Sony L-Series plate. Batteries are sold separately.
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CINEGEARS Ghost-Eye 150M Overview

Transmit uncompressed, 1080p60, 10-bit, 4:2:2 video up to 985' with the CINEGEARS Ghost-Eye Transmission Kit 150M V2, in a Gold Mount version. The kit includes a single transmitter and single receiver but safely supports up to four receivers simultaneously on each channel. Moreover, it's cross-compatible with all other Ghost-Eye versions (100M, 150M, etc.) so you can connect longer/shorter-distance receivers if you'd like. The receiver in this kit features a Gold Mount battery plate attached on the back while the transmitter offers a Sony L-Series plate. Batteries are sold separately.

Whether in a point-to-point or point-to-multipoint configuration, your HDMI or SDI signal is carried with a low latency rate of less than 1 ms over the license-free 5 GHz frequency band. A minimum distance of 492' (150 m) is ensured, while the maximum distance is 985' line-of-sight. (The kit has even been successfully tested at much longer distances in open spaces.) The set is also capable of HDMI/SDI cross conversion, so you can input a signal via HDMI and output through SDI, or vice versa.

Small obstacles in the line of sight are compensated for by an adaptive signal logarithm, keeping your signal connected. For safety, signals dropped due to interference or loss of line of sight are automatically relinked within 1 ms of the obstacle being removed — auto-relink and improved hardware for a more stable connection are the new features in the V2 version. Other features of the set include AES-128 signal encryption and plug-and-play installation.

Key Features

  • Transmit uncompressed, 1080p60, 10-bit, 4:2:2 video up to 985'
  • Cross-compatible with all Ghost Eye models (100M, 150M, etc.)
  • Supports 4 receivers simultaneously on each channel
  • Less than 1 ms of latency
  • Operates on the license-free 5 GHz frequency band; coexists with Wi-Fi
  • 492' (150 m) line-of-sight to 985' max transmission distance
  • HDMI and SDI outputs with cross-conversion capability
  • Adaptive signal logarithm compensates for small obstacles in the line of sight
  • Auto-relink
  • AES-128 signal encryption
  • Plug-and-play installation
  • Gold mount battery plate on the back of the receiver / L-Series plate on the back of the transmitter

CINEGEARS Ghost-Eye 150M Specs

InterfaceInput (Transmitter):
1 x SDI BNC, female
1 x HDMI Type A, female
2 x Antenna ports (PR-SMA male)

Output (Receiver):
1 x SDI BNC, female
1 x HDMI Type A, female
1 x SDI, loop-through out
Transmission Distance985' (300 m) line-of-sight
492' (150 m) minimum line-of-sight ensured
Video Input/Output Formats3G-SDI, HD-SDI (Auto/Manual):
1080p: 60/59.94/50/30/29.9/25/24/23.98
1080i: 60/59.94/50
720p: 60/59.94/50
625i: 60/59.94/50
525i: 60/59.94/50

HDMI Type A:
1080p: 60/59.94/50/30/29.9/25/24/23.98
1080i: 60/59.94/50
720p: 60/59.94/50
625i: 60/59.94/50
525i: 60/59.94/50

SMPTE:
259/274/292/296/372/424/425
Color Depth8-bit; 10-bit 4:0:0, 4:2:2
Audio Input FormatSDI embedded 2-channel 24-bit/48 kHz
Frequency Band5.1 - 5.9 GHz
Modulation ModeOFDM 16QAM
Transmission Power<18 dBm
Receiver Sensitivity-75 dBm
Occupied Bandwidth40 MHz
EncryptionAES-128
HousingPlastic
PowerInput Voltage Range: 6.5 - 16.8 VDC
Consumption: 5.5 W (Tx), 6.5 W (Rx)
ComplianceFCC, CE, RoHS
Operating Temperature32 to 104°F (0 to 40°C)
Storage Temperature-4 to 140°F (-20 to 60°C)
DimensionsTx: 4.5 x 2.6 x 0.9" (11.5 x 6.7 x 2.3 cm)
Rx: 6 x 3.7 x 0.9" (15.2 x 9.5 x 2.3 cm)
WeightTx: 0.6 lb (270 g)
Rx: 0.8 lb (355 g)
Packaging Info
Package Weight6.51 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)14.35 x 11.65 x 5.05"

CINEGEARS Ghost-Eye 150M Reviews

We Love Ghost-Eye!! And our clients do too!

By Sarah
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2021-01-28

We Love Ghost-Eye!! And our clients do too!  Just got a text from our customer on set, he is a sound audio mixer and has 2 feeds from video village to his sound cart (A & B Cam).   He said “I will never do another show without the Ghost Eye!!” We have been using the 150M kits for over a year and have had excellent results on TV shows and movie sets. CineGears support has always been fast and easy to work with if you have questions. We just ordered 2 new Ghost-Eye300M kits from B&H and are excited to get them in the field. Why you ask?? Because our 150M kits are out working and we need more kits for a job! Thanks B&H and CineGears!!

Great Unit

By Alberto
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2019-12-10

For the price it is a great solution, no lag at all

Stay Away

By Ed
Rated 1 out of 5
Date: 2019-07-02

We've used the Cinegears 150M V2 several times, each time with unsatisfactory results. Our experience tracks what other reviewers mention - with a lot of people in the room (and not blocking the line of sight between the receiver and transmitter), we had a lot of pixelation. Any image movement (panning, zooming, movement within the frame) resulted in pixilation. We high (25') mounted it within a venue to have a roaming camera on the floor. We oriented the antennas relative to the overhead unit, but at under 35', we had a tremendous amount of pixilation, frequent loss of audio and frequent loss of all signal. We had to stop using the feed. Cinegears told us the unit was for stationary situations, where there was not movement between the transmitter and receiver, such as for director's monitors. I cannot imagine anyone with a movie production budget that includes a wireless director's monitor would scrimp and by this product.

wait did you want to power this.

By Oskar
Rated 3 out of 5
Date: 2019-04-26

What a true joke changing 105.00 to use ac power and for some people who would rather use this than run long cables. What a rip off to sell these for 105.00 and some people would need 2 of these. And to run these with sony batteries they better be new batteries. Maybe cinegears will see this and sell them for 1/3 the cost. Think about !!!

Lots of Drop Connections

By Regan
Rated 2 out of 5
Date: 2019-03-08

Works beautifully until people start filling in the room.  I always put the receiver on top of a 6.5 foot stand to keep it as high above the crowd as possible.  Does not seem to matter.  It finally got so bad tonight that I pulled it and ran a long HDMI cable to the camera.  This is very annoying because I have an older version of the same model that is as solid as a rock.  Never looses connection.  Wish they still made the v1.  I dont know if it is cell phone interference or what but it does not matter what channel I put it on, the signal cuts out and the receiver must be rebooted to connect again.  This is really annoying for something this expensive.  Not really worth the money.

Solid performer

By Max
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2018-07-24

I bought one a few months back, and use it all the time. Works great, with very infrequent dropouts or reconnects. Receiver can output HDMI and SDI simultaneously, which has come in handy. The only criticism I have is that it doesn't have SDI loop-through on the receiver end. Solved pretty easily with a T-connector, but it would be nice to have.

Excellent Workhorse Wireless Video/Audio

By Kelly
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2020-05-15

I've used many different wireless systems, from ultra-cheap Amazon garbage to top-of-the-line studio systems. Ghost-Eye is hands down the best bang for the buck-- I would take these over Paralinx, over Teradek, any day-- It turns on and works, you wouldn't think that would be so hard, and for Ghost-Eye, it's not. I'm going to buy 2 more of these. It makes my life easier and it saves me time. 10 stars--

So Much Is Promised

By Ed
Rated 1 out of 5
Date: 2020-04-15

We wanted this to work as advertised, we needed it to work as advertised. But it sits in its case. Used it on a stationary camera, about 120' clear line of sight, and it had significant pixelation when the lens was zoomed. Cinegears said it was not intended for movement (which includes zooming). We tried it again at less than 40', and had constant audio and video dropout. We tried it again at about 70' with same result. Now we're offering it free to a good home. Best use is a paperweight.

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Will this work on a Sony a7s2 (hdmi signal) transmitting to a SDI only monitor? will it convert the signal on its own?
Asked by: Agustn
The Cinegears Ghost-Eye supports HDMI to SDI cross conversion. You will be able to put an HDMI signal in to the transmitter and connect the receiver to an SDI monitor.
Answered by: Joseph P.
Date published: 2018-08-26

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What about power consumption?
Asked by: Anonymous
You can power these by small battery, big battery or AC power. V mount or gold mount should last the shoot day. Smaller batteries should last about 3-4 hours depending on how you use them.
Answered by: Dennis A L.
Date published: 2018-08-27

question

Is this kit working smoothly and well by sending the signal from the hdmi out port of the atomos ninja flame ? (I know for example that paralinx have some compatibilities problems) Thanks!
Asked by: Joaquim B.
We have not heard of configuration problems such as you mentioned. That is not to say they do not exist but that we have not heard of them. We can say we see no glaring reasons why this would not work as you wish.
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Date published: 2018-08-27

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This unit is compatible with cameras blackmagic 2.5k, 4K, Ursa, Ursa mini, Sony FS7, FS5, FS700, EX3, and all RED ???Do you have any feedback on the reliability of this product?
Asked by: Benjamin V.
Since this unit has both SDI and HDMI inputs and can read all common FPS rates, we are of the opinion that this should work with all of the cameras you mentioned. No feedback here yet as to reliability.
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My cinegears Ghost-eye 150m appears to be converting my hdmi/sdi input from 25p (PAL) to 30p (NTSC). How do I correct this or is this a NTSC only device?
Asked by: Glen V.
I'm sorry to hear about your issues with the Ghost-Eye system. We would love to assist you, please email us directly at [email protected] and we can do our best to trouble shoot your unit from there.
Answered by: Joseph P.
Date published: 2018-08-26
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