Roland V-1SDI, 3G-SDI Video Switcher - 4 channel SDI/HDMI

Vendor: Roland
Descriptions Roland V-1SDI, 3G-SDI Video Switcher - 4 channel SDI/HDMI The Roland V-1SDI features a flexible and versatile video switcher that makes it easy to connect and switch professional 3G SDI cameras and...
$1,495.00 $1,595.00
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Roland V-1SDI, 3G-SDI Video Switcher - 4 channel SDI/HDMI

The Roland V-1SDI features a flexible and versatile video switcher that makes it easy to connect and switch professional 3G SDI cameras and playback sources along with HDMI sources including cameras, smart phones, computers, tablets, Blu-ray players. Also, the Roland V-1SDI is compact and portable and it can delivers a professional switching results with super easy to use hardware interface complete with T-Fader and easy-to-see backlit buttons. In addition, the Roland V-1SDI supported by 3G-SDI and can operate at full 1080p resolution and can take advantage of the longer cable distance of SDI making this compact solution suitable for events and applications in even large spaces with the most professional level of SDI camera source.

Roland V-1SDI Main Features

  • Support for SDI and HDMI cameras, smartphones, tablet computers and PCs etc.
  • Easy to operate with hardware controls
  • Compact size
  • PSB-7U, provided AC adaptor or Battery operation
    > Battery information
  • Supports up to Full HD 1080p
  • 3 x 3G-SDI and 2 x HDMI*1 inputs
  • 2 x 3G-SDI and 1 x HDMI*1 output
  • Input 4’s scaler now supports a wider range of video and VESA resolutions.*1 *2
  • Quad input multi-viewer with source labelling and audio metering
  • Composition effects including DSK (Downstream Keyer), picture-in-picture etc.
  • Capturing a still Image from Input Video on channel 4*3 [Ver.1.5]
  • Full 14 channel audio mixer included
  • Software control using V-1SDI RCS application for Mac and PC and remote control via RS-232 connection
  • Sending a still image to the V-1SDI by V-1SDI RCS*3 [Ver.1.5] / 1 HDCP Compliant / 2 Built-in EDID Emulator / 3 The Still-image data is deleted once the power is turned off.