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Blackmagic Design ATEM 2 M/E Production Studio 4K

Supports NTSC/PAL/HD/UltraHD 4K @ 10-bit

Supports 4K Resolution Over SDI or HDMI

20 x 6G-SDI & 1 x HDMI Inputs

Tri-Sync/Blackburst Ref. Sync Input

10 x Built-In Frame Synchronizers

Two Independent Multi-View Outputs

Program Outputs in SD/HD/4K HD

4 Upstream & 2 Downstream Keyers

22-Input Audio Mixer

Hardware or Software Mac/PC Control

Description

The Blackmagic Design ATEM 2 M/E Production Studio 4K from Blackmagic Design is a live event multi camera production switcher with 20 video inputs built into a 2RU chassis. Supporting NTSC/PAL/HD and Ultra HD 4K (3840?2160) video formats, the switcher connects to a wide range of cameras and sources, delivering a single program stream in SD, HD, or Ultra HD video. All this is done live and in real time with no rendering required. The switcher features a reference video input for synchronizing the switcher to other equipment using tri-level or blackburst sync. Each input also features its own frame synchronizer, which allows you to use cameras that do not feature Genlock as well as input video from computer sources.

Brand

Panasonic

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