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Fast Forward Video to Introduce New DVR products at NABTo show field-, on-body-, and on-board digital video recorder products (February 17, 2005)
Fast Forward Video (FFV) will introduce a range of new DVR products at NAB including field-, on-body-, and on-board digital video recorder products as well as their existing Omega Deck, DigiDeck, and Recon recorders. FFV will also show their F-Series Timecode Generators.
New FFV Products at NAB 2005:
FFVs new FieldPro DVR with IDE hard drive is a portable DVR designed for a wide range of uses including security, surveillance, military, law enforcement, broadcast, and industrial users. The FieldPro DVR measures just 5.0 L x 1.35 H x 3.21 W with an internal 2.5 in. hard drive and a USB 2.0 download port. This DVR is powered by an external 12-VDC power adapter and features video capture and playback at 60 frames per second, resolution greater than 550 lines at 4:1 compression, user-selectable compression ratios ranging from 4:1 to 20:1, and recording times averaging from 4 to 20 minutes per gigabyte. The recorder offers exceptional image quality with scalable MJPEG compression and 720 x 486 pixel image resolution. The control panels features include record, seek or scan forward/backward, single-frame forward/reverse, delete clips, and play/pause.
Mini DVR Pro On-Body DVR (Compact Flash Media)
The Mini DVR Pro On-Body DVR is a standalone, handheld, pocket-sized DVR with exceptional image quality. Like the new FieldPro DVR, it features scalable MJPEG compression and an outstanding 720 x 486 pixel image resolution and is ideal for remote and on-body applications. Measuring 5.2 in. by 0.8 in. by 3.7 in., this DVR is small enough to fit in the palm of a hand, slip into a pocket, or hang on a belt. It can record up to two hours at 20:1 compression with readily available Compact Flash cards. The Mini DVR Pro On-Body DVR is powered by four AA batteries or a low-voltage DC power input combined with low power drain for full portability.
Outrider CF Board-Level DVR (Compact Flash Media)
The Outrider CF Board-Level DVR, measuring only 4.69 in. by 2.21 in., is designed for OEM applications and is ideal for high-resolution recording for surveillance, law enforcement, emergency first responders, and portable broadcasters. The Outrider DVR is available with two compact flash slots, providing easy removal and transfer of recorded video. Featuring video capture and playback at 60 fields per second, the Outrider offers a resolution greater than 550 lines at 4:1 compression, user-selectable compression ratios ranging from 4:1 to 20:1, and recording times averaging from four to 20 minutes per gigabyte.
Outrider-IDE Board-Level DVR (2.5-in. Hard Drive Media)
The Outrider-IDE Board-Level DVR is equipped for use with a 2.5 IDE hard drive. Both Outrider models also feature a time/date stamp and character display, time-lapse recording, NTSC/PAL compatibility, composite and Y/C inputs and outputs, pre-event record, and loop record of PC-viewable or secure video files.
Established FFV Products at NAB 2005:
Omega Deck Digital Video Recorders
FFVs OMEGA Deck is a high-performance, low-cost DVR that delivers all of the advantages of digital video and non-linear random access that have made it the de facto replacement for analog tape decks. The decks new chase lock feature allows synchronized playback from multiple OMEGA decks.
DigiDeck Digital Video Recorders
Part of the DigiDeck digital video recorder family, DigiDeck PC maintains analog composite and Y/C outputs, with optional RGB/component outputs, while allowing users to record video as QuickTime files and view those files simply by connecting the DigiDecks removable drives to a PC.
Recon Board-Level DVR
Fast Forward Videos Recon is an ultra-compact digital video recorder board aimed at digital motion-image recording applications in broadcast, surveillance, and industrial markets, among others. Based on the same broadcast-quality feature set as the companys award-winning OMEGA Deck, Recon boasts high-quality MJPEG image resolution along with a small size of only 2.8 in. by 3.9 in. Recons small size, low DC power consumption, and ability to record hours of video and audio on fixed or removable IDE hard drives and solid-state memory make it perfect as a field-portable, on-body, or in-vehicle recorder. Recon also can be integrated easily by OEMs into new or existing equipment as an on-board digital video recorder. Recon users also now have the ability to view and store Recon-generated video clips on standard computer systems.
F-Series Timecode Generators
The F-Series from Fast Forward Video is the original series of low-priced, high-quality longitudinal timecode generator/reader and character inserters. Today they remain among the most popular products of their kind on the market. The F22 and F30 are rack-mount products, 1 RU high, that are widely used in video production and post-production.
About Fast Forward Video
Fast Forward Video, Inc. designs, manufactures, and markets digital video recorders and timecode systems for professional broadcast, presentation, industrial, and military applications worldwide. Founded in 1985, the company was the first to incorporate digital computer technology, including random-access disk storage and data compression capabilities, into professional video products. Today the company provides video technology solutions into a wide range of applications in broadcast, presentation, security, and graphics and animation markets.
For more information visit http://www.ffv.com.
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