Stagebox, the innovative broadcast camera-mounted device that brings the Ethernet to broadcast cameras, is being showcased at NAB 2014. The exhibition is held between April 7 – 10.
Head over to Booth N3720 to see the Stagebox stand with a main demo area for the Stagebox Camera Back Unit (CBU) for multi-camera and remote outside broadcast productions.
The latest CBU will be on display streaming video, audio, genlock, camera control and tally over a standard Ethernet network.
Stagebox partners will also be attendance:
Adder Technology : Booth SL10105
KVM specialist Adder Technology will partner with Stagebox to show a new end-to-end IP workflow across the broadcast chain. Stagebox works with Adder products in the studio plus with master control, post prod and grading through to live transmission.
Bluebell : Booth N3620
Bluebell has developed a Net Caddie format for the Stagebox CBU which combines full connectivity and control with a rugged and durable design.
A complete infrastructure of fibre and Ethernet based transport products linked to Stagebox is also on show.
Cisco : Booths N9332 – 1MR – 3MR – 4MR
A key feature of Stagebox is its ability to work over core IT infrastructures, so who better than Cisco to show 100% compatibility of Stagebox video linking with industry standard IT equipment. Be sure to take a look yourself.
Joseph Electronics : Booth C5746
Stagebox units will be on display in the Central Hall at the Joseph Electronics booth at NAB along with the Stagebox Switch, a low-cost, compact Ethernet Switch that supports IEEE1588-2 for multi-camera genlock synchronization.
Visit TSL : Booth N1123
Demonstrating Stagebox integration with industry standard control systems, TSL will show Stagebox interoperating with Tallyman. It is capable of displaying a real-time overview of a facility using smart configuration tools and an intuitive interface.