Editec, UK and Irelands Ultra Motion specialist and sole distributor of I-Movix products, has announced that at the BVE2012 Expo they ordered the new X10, the new continuously-streaming ultra-slow motion system developed by I-MOVIX.
The brand-new X10 system is the industrys first live ultra motion solution to deliver real-time continuous extreme slow motion in full HD at a groundbreaking 300 fps (or 600 fps in 720p).
Steve Cotterill, MD of Editec said "We are pleased to be a part of the continuing I-Movix success story. Full integration of the X10 camera with the now industry standard EVS server is certainly going to put this hi-mo camera well ahead of any competition."
Developed in partnership with EVS, the X10 system is used with an EVS XT3 production server under LSM control, well exceeding the performance ceiling of existing continuously recording super-slow motion systems (restricted to three times slower than real time, or 75 fps), to give 10 times slower than real time.
As the industrys first live ultra motion solution, the X10 system is designed to give production teams the ability to use it for continuous slow motion at frame rates far in excess of existing systems. The integration with EVS LSM workflow provides a consistent and familiar user interface and controls that any broadcast crew can use immediately, without specialist training.
The X10 system is a full broadcast-integrated solution, and includes the latest generation high-speed HD camera, a camera control unit, and an operational control panel. X10 is used with the industry standard EVS XT3 production server under LSM control. Thanks to its typical EVS LSM workflow, the X10 solution delivers an unprecedented level of convenience and creativity in ultra slow motion action.
EDITEC has supplied existing I-Movix SprintCam systems to broadcasters in the U.K. since the product line was launched in 2008, working with key players on ultra motion coverage of events in the U.K. and Europe including darts, Formula 1 racing, Hickstead show jumping, boxing, Premier League football, the Heineken Cup and international rugby, Cartier Polo Finals, and the Red Bull Air Race.