Sound Devices PIX 220

Sound Devices PIX 220

Sound Devices PIX 220 Portable Video Recorder

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Do małych kamer i aparatów DSLR NOWOŚĆ
wyposażonych w złącze HDMI,
2 wejścia XLR mic/line, wyjście HDMI

  • zapis w plikach mov algorytmami Apple ProRes i Avid DNxHD obsługiwanymi przez Final Cut Pro, Avid, Adobe Premiere i inne nieliniowe edytory bez przerabiania
  • obsługa 10-bitowego sygnału wideo
  • False Color, Zebra, 1:1 Pixel Mapping, Peaking Filter, Focus Assist, Flip
  • układy wejściowe o studyjnej jakości dźwięku przełączane linia/mic, zaopatrzone w limiter oraz phantom
  • nagrywanie plików w systemie UDF na kartach Compact Flash lub wymiennym dysku 2,5"SSD
  • wyświetlacz 5" o rozdzielczości 800x480
  • duże podświetlane przyciski do wygodnego i szybkiego sterowania w menu
  • konwerter liczby klatek oraz funkcja de-interlace
  • konwerter formatu obrazu
  • funkcja Up/Down/Cross konwersji obsługująca formaty 480i, 525i, 720p, 1080i, 1080p
  • do zapisu wykorzystywany jest bardzo szybki i wydajny procesor 
  • zasilanie 10-18V DC lub z akumulatorów
  • obudowa z włókna węglowego pokrytego metalem

For cameras with HDMI I/O only, the PIX 220 is a great choice. It records to the same Apple ProRes and Avid DNxHD formats as the PIX 240. The PIX 220 is perfect for smaller-format high-definition cameras where time code workflows are not required. The PIX 220 includes the same, powerful hardware scaler as the PIX 240.

Simplifying Production

Sound Devices PIX 220 video recorder add Quicktime recording using Apple ProRes or Avid DNxHD (available as an optional accessory) to any HDMI equipped high-definition video camera. The portable PIX 220 record Quicktime files to CompactFlash cards or removable 2.5-inch solid-state hard drives.
Apple ProRes and Avid DNxHD video formats have emerged as industry standards. These I-frame codecs offer the best in picture quality, processing efficiency, and data storage requirements. They are ideal for editing, on-the-fly color grading, and video processing. Files recorded in the field on a PIX recorder are ready for the most popular editorial workflows.

Superb Audio Performance

With deep expertise in production audio and hard drive-based audio recorders, Sound Devices built the PIX recorders with the highest audio performance. The audio circuitry on the PIX 220 are based on Sound Devices award-winning 7-Series Digital Audio Recorders. The low-noise (-128 dBu equivalent input noise), high-bandwidth inputs are mic/line switchable and include limiters, high-pass filters, and 48V phantom power. The audio source is menu-selected between embedded HDMI audio and balanced audio connected to PIX.

  • Premium microphone preamps, on balanced XLR, mic/line selectable with 48V phantom, limiters, high-pass
  • -128 dBu input noise, 115 dB dynamic range A/D
  • Two-channel, line level balanced output on 5-pin XLR
  • Embedded audio on HDMI, 2 channels
  • High output, low-noise headphone amp

Video Scalers

PIX 220 offer powerful, hardware-based video scalers. Realtime conversion among video formats, including 1080i, 1080p, and 720p, are set with a simple menu selection. Conversion between interlaced and progressive, as well as frame rate conversion is available in realtime. For instance, some cameras set to record 24ps send 1080i 60 over HDMI. PIX recorders can be set to convert the 1080i 60 stream back to 24p with no loss in quality.

  • Up/Down/Cross Conversion of 480i, 525i, 720p, 1080i, 1080p
  • 3:2 Pull Down Removal to Record 24p from 60i Signal

File Formats

  • Apple ProRes 422 (Proxy/LT/422/422HQ)
  • Avid DNxHD 36, 145, 220 Mb/s, 8- and 10-bit, available as an option
  • .mov Quicktime File Wrapper
  • all audio contained within the single .mov file

Data Storage

PIX 220 record and play back Quicktime files to either removable CompactFlash cards or removable 2.5-inch SSD (solid-state drive). Both CompactFlash and SSD media are formatted by PIX recorders as UDF volumes. UDF-formatted media are not limited to 4 GB file sizes like FAT32-formatted media. Additionally, UDF volumes are cross-platform, being directly mountable, readable, and writable in Mac OS and Windows.  The optional PIX-CADDY accessory provides triple-interface connectivity for SSDs: FireWire 800, eSATAp, and USB 3.0 (USB 2.0 backward-compatible). eSATAp offers drive powering and 3 Gb/s transfer rate over a single cable. SSD drives attach to the PIX-CADDY and it is easily hot-swapped.

Controls

Large, illuminated, tactile record controls are easy to access with gloved hands. PIX recorders are controlled by a side panel rotary control and four front-panel buttons. These simple controls give quick access to setups. The large LCD display makes navigating among available setups fast and simple. LANC can be used with a LANC controller to start and stop PIX recorders.

Display

The PIX 220 include a generous 5-inch, matte finish, 800x480 pixel LCD display. The display is essential in the field and provides immediate confirmation of recording, playback, audio metering, and Setup Menu selections.

Mechanical Construction

PIX recorders are built for field use with their durable, light weight, metalized, molded carbon fiber chassis. Its advanced thermal design keeps the unit cool in extreme environments like the nasty, blowing, sandy desert environment of Las Vegas.

Powering

PIX recorders are powered by either external DC power with a Hirose 4-pin connection or removable Sony L-type batteries (up to two). PIX recorders accept external voltages from 10-18 VDC.
Numerous PIX cabling options are available to power the unit from external DC, including a 4-pin XLR to Hirose (XL-H4), Anton Baur D-tap to Hirose (XL-AB) , and NP cup to Hirose (XL-NPH). The PIX recorder charges attached L-type batteries when the unit is powered off and plugged into AC with the supplied adapter.

PORÓWNANIE REJESTRATORÓW WIDEO SOUND DEVICES

Video Input / Output

PIX 220

PIX 240

HDMI Input (480i, 525i, 720p, 1080i, 1080p), v1.4

Y

Y

HD-SDI Input (480i, 525i, 720p, 1080i, 1080p)

-

Y

HDMI Output, v1.3

Y

Y

HD-SDI Output

-

Y

Up/Down/Cross Conversion of 480i, 525i, 720p, 1080i, 1080p

Y

Y

3:2 Pull Down Removal to Record 24p from 60i Signal

Y

Y

File Formats

Apple ProRes 422 (Proxy/LT/422/422HQ)

Y

Y

Avid DNxHD 36, 145, 220 Mb/s, 8- and 10-bit

Y

Y

.mov Quicktime File Wrapper

Y

Y

File Storage

CompactFlash, High-Speed (UDMA required)

Y

Y

Accepts Removable 2.5" Drive Caddy for SSD (not included)

Y

Y

UDF format, Mac OS and Windows Compatible (for extended file length recording)

Y

Y

eSATAp Connection for Direct Connection to External SSD Storage

-

Y

Time Code / Sync

Internal Ambient Clockit Time Code Generator with Genlock Output,
Internal Battery to Hold Time Code

-

Y

LTC Input, Output on LEMO, Ambient Clockit Compatible

-

Y

Time Code over HD-SDI

-

Y

Tri-Level Sync Out, Genlock

-

Y

Word Clock Out

-

Y

Audio Input / Output

Premium Microphone Preamps, on Balanced XLR, Mic/Line Selectable
with 48V Phantom, Limiters, High Pass

Y

Y

-128 dBu Input Noise, 115 dB Dynamic Range A/D

Y

Y

AES3 Digital Inputs 2 x 2 channels

-

Y

Two-Channel, Line Level Balanced Output on 5-pin XLR

Y

Y

Embedded Audio on HDMI, 2 channels

Y

Y

Embedded Audio on HD-SDI, 8 channels

-

Y

High Output, Low-Noise Headphone Amp

Y

Y

Mechanical and Powering

10-18 VDC on Hirose 4-pin or Sony L-mount batteries (2)

Y

Y

Large, Illuminated Record Control Buttons

Y

Y

Metalized, Molded Carbon Fiber Chassis with External Whisper-Quiet Cooling Fan

Y

Y

Display

5" 800 x 480 Pixel Panel, 140 Degree Viewing Angle

Y

Y