Transvideo and Aaton Digital to showcase their latest high technology products


Sister companies Transvideo and Aaton Digital will be at BSC Expo, held between 3 and 4 February 2017 in Battersea Evolution, Battersea Park, London, to showcase their latest high technology products.

The new generation Transvideo Stargate 7′ high-end monitor-recorder is now available and will be on show at BSC Expo 2017. It has a 1920×1080 full HD display, and is 4K-6G compatible. Other features include inbuilt recording capability, H264 to SD cards; recording can be triggered from the camera SDI output on compatible cameras; fast path processing with immediate display capabilities with no latency: wide range of built in cinematographer-friendly tools including focus helper, peaking, markers, zoom, LUTs, waveform, vectorscope, and job-oriented views.

Also on show, the new StarliteRF 5′ wireless monitor-recorder, already sought after as the wireless monitor of choice for directors, DoPs, Focus Pullers and more. See the full system including TitanHD2 Rx receiver, StarliteRF 5′ wireless monitor-recorder and TitanHD2 Tx Transmitter.

Aaton-Digital will exhibit the CantarX3, the highly specified, highly acclaimed portable 24 track ultimate location sound recorder, along with its accessories including the Cantarem2 additional fader panel.

Transvideo and Aaton-Digital are on stand 300. Transvideo/Aaton-Digital CEO Jacques Delacoux will be on the stand along with top UK sound recordist Tim White.

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Cera-Jane Catton
Cera-Jane Catton is a writer and journalist with years of experience in community newspapers, blogging and freelance journalism. She has worked in a cache of capacities, often finding herself behind or in front of the cameras, intentionally and less so. She has been a stunt double in two Bollywood movies, has worked in various capacities on a number of natural history documentaries, and other international productions shot in South Africa. Cera is a former Screen Africa journalist.