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Old December 7th, 2010, 05:02 PM   #1
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nanoFlash's Strong Points

Dear Friends,

We have now shipped over 2,800 nanoFlashes.

Here are my thoughts on the nanoFlash's strong points.

Many are used on a daily basis on professional shoots, and some have been used in Emmy Award Winning productions.

Only the nanoFlash and nano3D have all of the following features:

Lowest Power Consumption, under 6 watts, under 12 for nano3D
Smallest Size Professional HD/SD Recorder/Player
Broadcast Quality 4:2:2 at only 50 Mbps
Very Low-Noise Codec
Pulldown Removal
Over and Under-Cranking
Time-Lapse
Hot Swapping of CompactFlash Cards
Ability to use low cost, CompactFlash Card media, Ability to Span Cards
Not restricted to high cost 600x media
Ability to record Broadcast Quality, uninterrupted, for over 10 Hours
Wide range of Bit-Rates: HD: 18 to 280 Mbps; SD: 3 to 50 Mbps
Compatibility with all Professional Non-Linear Editors
Upgradable to a full featured 3D Recorder, upgrade available now
Lowest overall cost when media and batteries are considered.
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Old December 7th, 2010, 08:35 PM   #2
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Hi Dan,

A few more to consider...

-- Noiseless or silent operation

-- (relatively) Cool operation

-- Weighs only 13.5 ounces with cards or .383 kg (383 grams)

-- enclosure can receive either hardware mounts or velcro and due to its lack of weight and noise can be mounted almost anywhere on a camera package or a steadicam rig
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Old December 7th, 2010, 11:49 PM   #3
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Dear Andrew,

Thank You!

Great Points!
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Old December 8th, 2010, 12:21 AM   #4
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Don't forget 24 bit audio. Most every camera out there records at 16 bit.
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Old December 8th, 2010, 06:52 AM   #5
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And a great group of customers ready to help to make the best DSSR on the market (testing Firmware updates, searching for possible issues,testing quality,..).
CD should be proud of having caught the interest and support of his customers even when the NANO was just a project.
So lets go for the few little things that still can be improved on our beautiful NANOs, and lets give a try to that GOPs structure :-)
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