The Canare HD-SDI Flexible Coaxial Cable with BNC Connectors (2' / 0.61 m) is handcrafted with a flexible L-4.5CHWS RG6 Coaxial Cable and Canare BCP-B45HW true 75-ohm HD BNC connectors. It is 100% sweep tested to conform to SMPTE 259M, 292M, and 424M standards. With a stranded center conductor and dual copper braid shields, this cable becomes extremely flexible for use in the field.
- Extra Flexible 18 AWG RG6 Coax Cable
- Male BNC to BNC Connectors
- Carry 3G/HD/SD-SDI Signals
- Stranded Center Conductor
Canare CAL45CHWS Overview
Canare CAL45CHWS Specs
1 x BNC
1 x BNC
2' / 0.6 m
|Box Dimensions (LxWxH)|
7.1 x 5.85 x 0.9"
Canare CAL45CHWS Reviews
Best choice for long run HD-SDI cable
Rugged cable. Virtually kink free with solid BNC connectors. Flawless signal transmission over 75 feet with no booster.
Very reliable cable
Needed a 3G 750hm record run for studio work. Camera to outboard recorder. Beefy BNC connector. Ran a few tests prior to a 4 day shoot. Never - Never had signal break up or pixel shift. Worth every penny if you wed a flexible 3G cable. Put it to work - performed flawlessly.
Solid & Dependable
My company takes these cables on the road for live streaming events and also line capture video production. They are a bit more expensive than other cables on the market, but well worth the extra dollars. The right tool for the right job.
Not for install
This cable works just fine sending the HD-SDI signal for 150'. However when it comes to the way this wire is rolled, after 6 years of professionally installing AV systems this has been the biggest wire headache I've ever encountered. If you're running along the ground or someplace easy you're probably ok, but if the intent is to pull over head or something more, I'd recommend hitting the back button immediately!
I use it to run 1080p5994 3G-SDI camera feeds to the switcher, and this does the trick. Good solid signal, no dropouts. Pros Flexible, lays flat, well shielded. Cons If you don't have people who know how to wrap a cable this long it can twist easily and get kinked, but that's the nature of flexible cabling. Cost, you can build this cable much cheaper by buying the reel and the ends and making it yourself, but if you don't have time like me then this is a solid cable to get.
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