I-MOVIX X10 Chosen for 2012’s Major Sporting Event

The I-MOVIX X10 has been chosen for 2012’s most prestigious sporting event. The event will mark the production debut of the X10, with systems located at selected competition venues.

The X10 goes beyond the functionality of previous systems by delivering 300fps real-time continuous streaming in 1080i for an ‘always on’ ultra-slow motion view of the action. Thanks to its typical LSM workflow,the X10 gives production teams the ability to use it as a conventional HD camera and provides a consistent and familiar user interface and controls that any broadcast crew can use immediately, without specialist training. Each X10 system is used with an EVS XT3 live production server, and as fully integrated, broadcast-ready solutions, the X10 systems will be deployed in mobile trucks as easily as conventional camera systems.

Developed in partnership with EVS, the X10 smashes the performance ceiling of existing continuous slow motion systems, which are restricted to 3x slower than real-time, or 75fps.

The system incorporates the latest generation high-speed HD camera, delivering exceptional image quality matching the standards of the best broadcast HD cameras.

The X10 system is a fully broadcast-integrated solution, and includes the latest version of high-speed HD camera, a camera control unit, an operational control panel, and is used with an EVS XT[3] production server.

I-MOVIX wishes to advise that the content of the article entitled I-MOVIX X10 Chosen for 2012 Olympic Games (published on Dec. 15 ) was incorrect, untrue, and sent to SVG in error. I-MOVIX advises that it not associated with the Games in London next year, has no order from any Games-related organization, and very much regrets the error in publication.