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Sony SR-R1
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SRMASTER Portable Recorder for Cameras with HD-SDI Interface

Product Highlights
- For Any Camera with HD-SDI Output
- 2x 3G/HD-SDI Inputs & Outputs
- Dual-Stream Recording for Stereo 3D
- 4:2:2 1080p50/60 Recording
- Records to SRMemory Cards
- XLR Audio Inputs
- Timecode In/Out
- 16 Channels of 24-Bit Embedded Audio
- Control Panel

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List Price: $11,000.00
You Pay: $10,691.95
Manufacturer:  Sony
Availability:  Special Order

Product Code: SNY-SRR1-90-2122
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Sony SR-R1 - SRMASTER Portable Recorder for Cameras with HD-SDI Interface

The Sony SR-R1 Portable Recorder for HD-SDI Cameras is a portable I/O device with dual-stream HD-SDI inputs & outputs that is capable of recording both 4:2:2 1080p60 and stereoscopic 3D video (up to 1080p30) to extremely high-capacity SRMemory Cards (sold separately). For cameras such as the Sony F35 and the PMW-F3, the SR-R1 presents a powerful, convenient way to capture advanced formats - in the field or in the studio, with backup recording to the cameras' cards. It even records S-Log data from those cameras.

The SR-R1 also features timecode input & output, dual XLRs for separate analog audio input, and of course embedded SDI audio recording (16 channels at 24-bit). As standard, the SR-R1 recorder captures 4R-SR-Lite (220 Mb/s) and SR-SQ (440 Mb/s) - two very high-bit-rate formats that benefit greatly from the huge capacities and expansive bandwidths of SRMemory Cards, which support transfer speeds of up to 5.5 Gb/s.

Note! Requires SRMemory Cards for operation. All 12-bit and uncompressed format support is forthcoming in 2012.
Product Includes:
Sony SR-R1 Portable Recorder for HD-SDI Cameras
- Control Panel
- BKP Spacer
- Control Panel Bracket
- Control Panel Cable (L600)
- Remote Conversion Cable
- 1 Year Limited Warranty

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