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Oser Communications Group Las Vegas Wednesday, April 10, 2019 AN INDEPENDENT PUBLICATION NOT AFFILIATED WITH NAB Weather does not always cooperate with your live satellite remote uplink plans, be it for news, sports or special events. Consider some notable examples. 2018: Gusty winds post- pone Winter Olympics events. 2014: High winds buffet satellite uplink dishes at the Sochi Winter Olympics. 1998: Nagano Games delayed due to snow, rain and more. 1984: Blizzards delay Sarajevo Olympics nearly a week. To protect transportable satellite antennas in extreme and harsh environments such as sand storms, wind storm, blizzards, hail, torrential rains, burning sun heat and more, Walton De-Ice (www.de-ice.com) is introducing an innovative new product: the Walton Portable Radome. The Portable Radome is designed to protect satellite transmission sta- tion antennas from damaging and signal-busting effects of challenges like sand storms, ice or the accumulation of dust and debris. The Portable Radome opens up new possi- bilities for operations in extreme environments, while protecting satellite equipment from potential damage. Video URL: adwavez.wistia.com/medias/8fqm0b04ty. Extreme Weather Protection for Remote Uplinks: Walton's Portable Radome It's been over two years since ATC launched the passive SCM12 Pro, the most compact monitor in its range. With an attractive entry-level price point and ATC's legendary accu- racy, the SCM12 Pro has found its way into innumerable recording studios and post-production houses. The new pas- sive ATC SCM12i uses the same two-way topology and driver technology, but places it within a cabinet that is pur- pose-built for easy permanent installation in audio and video studios of all varieties. Specifically, the ATC SCM12i includes mounting points that are compatible with all of the popular mounting strategies and standardizations, including those offered by Adaptive Technologies Group and K├Ânig & Meyer (K&M). "ATC has established itself as the best monitoring option for working profession- als who need to produce mixes that reliably translate to every conceivable playback system in the world," said Brad Lunde, Founder and President of TransAudio Group, U.S. distributor for all ATC professional products. "The ATC SCM12 Pro is a popular If you're looking to get production ready-recording done while you're on a remote or away for the weekend, having the ability to plug a high-quality mic directly into a phone or tablet can be a tremendous timesaver. The new Samson Satellite USB/iOS Broadcast Microphone puts a pair of 16mm condenser mic capsules into a highly-portable design with a USB output that's fully iOS com- patible. The Satellite has all of the important features audio professionals look for in a USB microphone, including 24-bit/96kHz resolution digital audio, iPhone and iPad connectivity, multiple pickup pattern selection (omnidirectional, cardioid and figure- 8), a built-in stereo headphone output for zero-latency monitoring, an absolutely silent, capacitive touch mute switch and a variety of both onboard and external mounting options to make sure that it can be optimally positioned for capturing the best sound. "We find many of today's content creators are not just holed up in a studio any- more. Rather, they need to be able to capture great sound anywhere, anytime and the High-speed camera manufacturer Vision Research is excited to be showing the Flex4K-GS, VEO4K and the v2640 Onyx at this year's NAB, a camera the company previewed last year. The v2640 Onyx is a 2K camera capable of capturing up to 12,500 frames-per-second (fps) at 1080p and 20,000fps at 720p. With its full resolution of 2048 x 1952, the sensor format is close to 35mm full-frame. The image quality sets this camera apart from other ultrahigh-speed cameras in this category with low noise and an impressive dynamic range of 64 dB, making the camera a great option for green screen and other VFX work. It is available with interchangeable PL, Canon and Nikon lens mounts and is supported by the Phantom CineMag workflow for fast downloading on set. In addition to the outstanding image and workflow perform- ance, this is the fastest four-megapixel camera on the market. The Onyx model includes features specific to media production, and is a rental- only camera exclusively available from Abel Cine in North America and Love High Continued on Page 25 Continued on Page 25 TransAudio Group Announces ATC SCM12i Monitor for Permanent Installations Recording On the Go with Samson Satellite Highlighting the Phantom High-Speed v2640 Onyx Continued on Page 25 Continued on Page 25 BOOTH #C9435 BOOTH #C2636 BOOTH #OE20052

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