4K super slow-mo camera on show
FOR-A will use NAB to launch a 4K super slow-mo camera.
The FT-ONE-LS-12G supports 4K at 500 frames per second (fps) or up to 1,200 fps shooting in full HD resolution.
Designed for outside broadcasts, the camera is equipped with a newly developed sensor that enables noise reducing and can take 2/3-inch mounted lens as well as PL lenses.
The unit can also simultaneously output live and super slow-motion video.
Other products due to be introduced in the camera stage area of FOR-A’s NAB booth include the RFC-ONE real time flash corrector and VFC-7000A variable frame rate camera.
Designed for news production, the RFC-ONE provides automatic real-time detection and correction of flash.
The VFC-7000A is a compact variable frame rate camera that is capable of high-speed shooting at 700 fps. It can record up to 29 seconds using internal memory.
Additionally, FOR-A will introduce the MBP-1000VS-12G multi channel video server for 4K editing and the VRCAM-NX sensor less virtual studio/on-air graphics system.