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Old March 15th, 2013, 12:35 PM   #16
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Re: Portable Switcher for 2 Camera Shoot

Seth,
98% of what I do with other companies is all B2B. It will never be seen by anyone externally. I couldn't tell exactly what the OP's needs were either. I almost think I might give up just a little portability and go with the Tricaster 40. Although the HD inputs are component analogue, most HD cameras have component outputs. And this box sells for $5000, not bad. For $300 bucks you can get a Beson Box custom made for it and still save $3000.
If of course you're not hung up on HDMI inputs, which I think are no better then component anyway.

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