|Cameras: TV Pro Gear Flypacks work with any camera from inexpensive JVC and Canon cameras all the way up to high-end cameras from Sony, Panasonic, Hitachi and Ikegami. The cameras are attached to the Flypak via fiber optic cable. Remote paint panels enable the operator to match the cameras for brightness and color balance. Up to ten cameras can be accommodated including robotic.
Recorders: Customers choose from a variety of tapeless recording formats including Sony XD-Cam, P2, AJA Ki Pro or Black Magic SSD.
Switchers: TV Pro Gear Flypacks are available with Ross, For-A, Panasonic, Sony or Newtek Tricaster switchers. The switcher can be specified with one or two Mix/Effects banks. The Flypak can accommodate up to 24 inputs.
Titles/Graphics: For titles and graphics, customers choose from Chyron, Ross or Harris. One or two channels are provided depending on requirements.
Replay/Slow-Motion: Up to ten channels of Instant Replay/Slow-Motion is optional from EVS, Newtek or GVG.
Intercom: TV Pro Gear Flypacks come standard with a Clearcom 2-Channel Intercom. So, the director and camera crew be on one channel while the stage, lighting and sound crews use the other channel. 4-Channel Digital and 16-Channel Matrix system are also optional. Four channels of IFB for queuing talent are standard. RTS, Telex or Riedel are optional.
Mixers & Mics: The Flypak comes with a 40-Input digital audio mixer. A 16-input stage box is connected to the Flypak via CAT5 cable. Four Sennheiser wireless microphones are standard. Up to can be added.
Routing/Distribution: All devices in the Flypak are connected to a 40 by 40 HD-SDI video router for easy signal assignment. For larger systems, a 64 X 64 router is available. The access panel on the side of the Flypak enables users to feed signals to monitors or projectors.
|Video Formats: All formats of both standard and high definition can be input or outputted – including component, composite, SDI, HDMI and DVI. All TV Pro Gear Flypaks are menu switchable between 1080i and 720p. They can even shoot in PAL and NTSC if required.
Internet Encoder: An h.264 encoder is optional for streaming video to the Internet in HD. We install the same encoder used to stream the Olympics and NFL football. So you can be assured your streaming video quality will be second to none.
Power & Backup: The Flypak draws less than 15 amps so it can be plugged into any standard outlet. Should you lose power, the Flypak can run up to one hour on battery backup. TV Pro Gear Flypacks are auto switchable from 120V to 220V.
Setup Time: Setup time is drastically reduced because all of the components are contained in a single jig-welded, shock mounted steel frame. This drastically reduces setup time. In fact, typical time from arrival at the location to being ready to shoot is less than fifteen minutes.
Reliability: Flypacks built by other companies use multiples cases that have multiple cables that must be connected once you arrive at your shooting location. Inevitably, these cables wear out, get damaged or get lost resulting in frustrating delays.
Accessory Case: The Flypak comes with an accessory case that holds the cameras, tripods, cable reels, microphones and headsets. So, with only two boxes you can shoot anywhere in the world.
Training: Flypack buyers receive in-depth training on all components and the system as a whole. In addition, they are provided with a full set of CAD drawings and manuals (both written and online).
Warranty/Support: Every component in the Flypack and the system as a whole is warranted for 1-year. Extended warranties are available. Our support team is available 24/7.
TV Pro Gear’s 3-Wide Flypacks are surprisingly affordable, highly reliable and easy to use. To get a quote on a system customized to meet your needs, call TV Pro Gear today!