CyanView makes it possible to shade and match speciality cameras, such as those by IO Industries, with their Cy-Ci0.
Cy-Ci0 is a PoE camera interface module. Designed to solve the issues associated with using specialty cameras (cabling, incompatible equipment, lack of connections), CiO utilizes a single IP connection to power and control small cameras directly.
The IO Industries 4KSDI-Mini is the perfect example of this type of compact, one-piece camera. The 4KSDI-Mini is a 12G-SDI HDR camera with 12G/6G/3G/HD-SDI output formats. It has a 4K/UHD output or a scaled 2K/HD output.
Contact us for more information about the compatibility of IO Industries cameras and the CyanView Ci0.
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The CyanView RCP remote panel allows for shading of everything from specialty cameras (mini-cameras, PTZ, robotic heads, slow motion) and camcorders to remote production over the Internet.
The RCP is a multi-camera control panel providing shading over most types and brands of broadcast cameras. Setup and operations are both high-quality and efficient. Instantly access most camera settings with a touchscreen and physical knobs to effectively match any number of cameras.
In addition to camera control, the RCP controls routers (automatic preview switching), color correctors (standalone or combined devices), router panels (following camera selected on monitor) and joysticks (PTZ and pan & tilt heads). All CyanView solutions integrate in order to provide tally, wireless, wi-fi, remote production , pan-tilt heads and gimbals control, motorized lenses, etc.
To summarize, RCP’s main features include:
Shading of any brand & model of camera
One RCP controls any number of cameras
Direct access to main camera settings
Internal & external tally support
Integrated shading of external color correctors
Integrated control of external lenses, pan-tilt heads and gimbals
PoE and all IP workflow
Frame to fit in OB/MU video stations
Contact us for more information about CyanView RCP camera shading.
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The CyanView RiO (Remote IO) allows users to control cameras remotely over the internet or 4G/LTE and is the perfect companion for Bonded Cellular transmission.
While providing multi-camera remote production shading, the RiO works both wired and wirelessly. RiO is configurable as a regular CI0 camera interface on local networks. Assuming the LAN has latency, the RiO working mode is configurable over LAN in order to get any camera protocol to work over any latency.
With built-in camera control protocols, the camera connection stays stable no matter the Wi-Fi network conditions and latency. Once an internet connection is established, the RCP and RiO connect. Plus it’s plug and play, thanks to the Cloud Relay. When connecting over cellular data, some bonding video systems provide IP Tunnels or internet access points that can be utilized to link the RCP and RiO. It is also possible to add a 4G USB dongle to get internet access independently.
Remote shading helps when coverage requires multiple cameras or when operators need assistance. Thanks to RiO, users control cameras as well as other equipment remotely. When it comes to tally, RiO sends tally information directly into the viewfinder. Another option is to wire a small external LED in the viewfinder.
Contact us for more information about the CyanView RiO – control cameras over internet and 4G/LTE.
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