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Sony SR-R1000
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SRMASTER A/V Recording and Storage System

Product Highlights:
- Product Highlights
- Uses HDCAM-SR & MPEG-4 (SStP) Codec
- Accepts SRMemory Cards
- Handles 2D/3D/720p/1080p/2K/4K Formats
- Supports 4:2:2 & RGB 4:4:4 Recording
- Compression Modes up to SR-HQ (880 Mbps)
- 4-Dual-stream A/V Channels
- Powerful Stereoscopic 3D Operation
- 4 Channels of 1080p 3D / RGB 4:4:4 3D
- Dual-link 3G-SDI Interface in Each A/V
- Storage Capacity up to 4 TB / 4 Slots

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List Price: $49,500.00
You Pay: $43,560.00
Manufacturer:  Sony
Availability:  Special Order


Product Code: SNY-SRR1000-90-2117
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Sony SR-R1000 - SRMASTER A/V Recording and Storage System

The Sony SR-R1000 is an ultra high-speed, new-generation storage system suitable for a variety of applications in live, broadcast, and post-production, including multi-camera ISO recording, instant replay clip feeder, high-speed multi-ingest, cache storage, and more. Thanks to the outstandingly high bandwidth of the SRMemory platform, the SR-R1000 can handle 2D, 3D, 1080p, and 4K, all in one unit, offering unparalleled professional creativity.

You can configure up to 4 Dual-stream A/V channels (3-In/1-Out, 2-In/2-Out, 1-In/3-Out, or 4-Out) by installing optional SRK-R201 or SRK-R202 HD Input/Output boards. Each A/V channel is capable of handling dual-stream video, allowing you to record and playback one pair of 3D stereoscopic signals, and inserts a text or video image in the original video picture through key/fill signals. All four A/V channels can be operated simultaneously. The system can handle four A/V channels of 1080p 3D signals or RGB 4:4:4 3D signals.
Product Includes:
Sony SRMASTER A/V Recording and Storage System
- Operation Guide
- Installation Manual
- Operation Manual (CD-ROM)
- 2-Year Warranty

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