Camera Motion Research

Rich Greb of Camera Motion Research demonstrates part of the CMR product line at NAB2014 for Craig Chartier and DV Info Net.

Additional details from the manufacturer:

CMR Shark S1 Slider

Precisely aligned high quality carbon fiber rails and high quality carriage bearings on a wide track, are the basic building blocks of The Shark slider. These features produce very low and consistent rolling friction over the entire travel range. And torques on the carriage from camera panning/tilting, or unbalanced camera payloads, have negligible effect on rolling friction. For the operator, that means smooth shots with no surprises.

But the Shark has another very important design feature…. a belt driven flywheel. The rotational inertia of the flywheel is transformed into linear inertia at the carriage. The combination of great basic slider design and manufacturing, combined with the flywheel action, makes getting super smooth and consistent slides very easy.

More info about the CMR Shark S1 Slider

CMR Radian Wireless HD Transmitter

CMR Radian wireless HD transmitters and receivers are manufactured with Amimon WHDI professional quality chip sets for best uncompressed resolutions and frame rates up to full 1080P(60), near zero latency, and line-of-sight range over 300 feet.

Radian sets operate on the unlicensed 5 GHz band, and transmitters and receivers require 5 volt power. They have simple plug in and play operation, and the best channel is selected automatically on power up, and seamlessly switched if necessary during operation if conditions change.

More info about the CMR Radian wireless HD transmitter

Manufacturer’s Site: Camera Motion Research

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Greg Boston

Greg Boston has been a contributing member and moderator of DV Info Net since 2003. His technical background gives him insight as to how audio and visual equipment functions from the inside out. He has been doing event and training video full time since leaving the semiconductor industry in 2005. Before entering the semiconductor industry, Greg was an on-air disc jockey and voice talent. He has completed courses in broadcast journalism and writing commercial copy. He then earned an Associates Degree in Electronics Technology to further his broadcast career as an engineer. He passed his FCC First Class Radiotelephone exam and also held a General Class amateur radio license. He is passionate about audio and video as it relates to documenting life and events during our lifetime… a passion that continues to this day.

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