Transmit uncompressed 10-bit, 4:2:2 video up to 3280' over the free 5 GHz wireless spectrum with the Ghost-Eye 1000M Wireless HDMI/SDI Transmission Kit with Panel Receiver from CINEGEARS. The kit includes a single transmitter that can input SDI or HDMI video and wirelessly transmit uncompressed video with no latency and a panel-type receiver that can output up to 1080p60 video via 3G-SDI. Both the transmitter and receiver are cross-compatible with all other Ghost-Eye versions, so you can connect longer/shorter-distance receivers if you'd like.
The panel receiver in this kit features a V-mount battery plate attached to the back, it can alternately be powered using its 2-pin LEMO-type input, and it can be mounted onto a light stand. The transmitter features an L-series battery plate or it can also be powered using its 2-pin LEMO-type input. Batteries are sold separately. Other features of the kit include the transmission of synchronization data, metadata, timecode, and PTZ commands, and the kit can also be used with CINEGEARS RMS (redundant management system) and spectrum scanner.
CINEGEARS Ghost-Eye Wireless HDMI & SDI Video Transmitter 1000M (L-Series)
Transmit uncompressed, 1080p60, 10-bit, 4:2:2 video up to 3280' with the CINEGEARS Ghost-Eye Transmitter 1000M. It safely supports up to four receivers (sold separately) simultaneously on each channel and is cross-compatible with any Ghost-Eye receiver model. Unlike some of the other Ghost-Eye models in which the "M" figure represents the minimum transmission distance ensured, the 3280' distance of the 1000M is the maximum distance supported.
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. The transmitter is also capable of HDMI/SDI cross-conversion, so you can input a signal via HDMI and output through SDI on the optional receiver end or vice-versa.
Small obstacles in the line-of-sight are compensated for by an adaptive signal logarithm keeping your transmitter and receiver connected. For safety, signals dropped due to interference or a loss of line-of-sight are automatically relinked within 1 ms of the obstacle being removed. Other features include an optional AES-128 signal encryption and timecode.
The 1000M transmitter comes with two high range antennas and features a Sony L-series battery plate. Batteries are sold separately.
- Transmit uncompressed, 1080p60, 10-bit, 4:2:2 video up to 3280'
- Compatible with any Ghost Eye receiver (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
- HDMI and SDI inputs; SDI loop output; cross-conversion capability with and optional receiver
- Adaptive signal logarithm compensates for small obstacles in the line-of-sight
- AES-128 signal encryption
- Sony L-series battery plate
CINEGEARS Ghost-Eye 1000M Wireless SDI Video Wireless Panel Receiver
Receive video up to 3840 x 2160 and output up to 1080p60 from up to 3280' away with this Ghost-Eye 1000M Wireless SDI Video Panel Receiver from CINEGEARS. This panel is a combination receiver and panel-style antenna that can mount on a light stand and can receive transmitted videos from any Ghost-Eye transmitters, even when moving at high speeds up to 68 mph.
The panel is compatible with 5G transmission systems that can transmit up to UHD 4K 3840 x 2160 resolution, and it supports 3G-SDI output 1920 x 1080p60. The panel supports using an optional CINEGEARS spectrum scanner to find an optimal signal, it provides real-time signal management, and can work with the CINEGEARS redundant management system (RMS). It also supports synchronization data, timecode, metadata, and PTZ commands over wireless transmission.
You can power the panel using the built-in V-mount battery plate, or you can use an optional 2-pin LEMO-type cable with an optional D-Tap source. The integrated mount can be used to mount the panel onto a light stand, and it features a tilting hinge for proper placement.