Anyone knows of a device that can send an HDMI signal to the ground. Most up to date DSLR cameras now have a HDMI output and not an AV output anymore. One can use a converter to change the HDMI to AV but that adds another 220 grams of weight and the AV signal is not very good.
are we talking about this flying machine? skyjib 8 rtf 34.000 $
and this camera? red scarlet x 17.000$
something about teradek http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KVeGp69TMP4&feature=related
Lawmate 1.2Ghz 500mW AV Transmitter http://www.readymaderc.com/store/index.php?main_page=product_info&a...
500mV have new electonics compared to 1000mW...
ok,then i am 4/10 and lawmate 1.2/1.3 GHz 500mW and GoPro HD and Canon 5d mk II works wel for me 8/10
just for fun,i couldnt resist http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T_YFkoJW_CQ&feature=related
Hahaha, i like your sense of humor..we are too serious here... :)
Thanks for the links, the Q4 really looks awesome!
Yes it is the Red camera and the Droidworx Sjyjib 8 as according to your links, however if you buy it from Droidworx you will pay much less than the Euro price quote by Kopterworks. In the film industry you will not buy the Red raher rent it, if its required by client.
The Teradek seems to be the top end answer, however in my country with the very very expensive cost of streaming video through a cellular network it will not be a viable way to go. What a pity! Maybe when we gat a faster bandwidth and cheaper rates it will be the way to go.
Anyone out there with a rating for Infrontech products???
Thanks for the You Tube video of the Teradeck it explains everything, which is difficult explain in words. So, we don't have to explain how it works.
I use the Sony Alpha 77a camera.
teradek has built-in wifi, Gerry
Yeah, we don't have a lot of Hotspots for Wi-Fi
this is hdmi encoder on mpeg4 h.264 you need modulator and up converter + power amp
you can make wifi connection from your mac or pc directly to teradek, without need for any "hotspot"
edit: i am not saying teradek is best solution nor am i anyhow affiliated to them, but to me so far it seems to be the best solution - weight, energy consumption and range-wise. and i haven't seen anything that would match the functionality for same price..