JVC KA-AS790G ASI Module

BH #JVKAAS790 • MFR #KA-AS790G
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JVC KA-AS790G ASI Module
Key Features
  • Transmits Live HD Video from the Field
  • For Use with GY-HM790 HD Camera
  • Satellite Uplink/Microwave Transmission
  • No External Cabling Required
The JVC KA-AS790G ASI Module for the JVC GY-HM790 full resolution HD progressive camera simplifies live HD news reports from the field. It provides a direct feed from the camera to a satellite uplink or microwave transmitter via BNC for live HD video, without any black box interface.

The easy-to-connect ASI module attaches to the 68-pin chassis connector of the GY-HM790 HD camera, and does not require any external cabling.

Note: The KA-AS790G cannot be used simultaneously with the (optional) KA-MR100G SxS memory card recorder.

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Expected availability: 2-4 weeks
$3,350.00

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  • This item is noncancelable and nonreturnable.

JVC KA-AS790G ASI Module

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JVC KA-AS790G Overview

The JVC KA-AS790G ASI Module for the JVC GY-HM790 full resolution HD progressive camera simplifies live HD news reports from the field. It provides a direct feed from the camera to a satellite uplink or microwave transmitter via BNC for live HD video, without any black box interface.

The easy-to-connect ASI module attaches to the 68-pin chassis connector of the GY-HM790 HD camera, and does not require any external cabling.

Note: The KA-AS790G cannot be used simultaneously with the (optional) KA-MR100G SxS memory card recorder.

For true high definition live feed from the field
For use with the JVC GY-HM790 full resolution HD progressive camera
Provides direct feed from camera to satellite uplink or field microwave transmission
Requires no external cabling, offers a clean interface and is easy to connect
Cannot be used simultaneously with the (optional) KA-MR100G SxS memory card recorder

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