The PIX 240i adds Quicktime recording using Apple ProRes
4:4:4, 4:2:2 or Avid DNxHD to any HDMI or HD-SDI equipped high-definition video
camera. The portable PIX 240i records 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 a great for 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
Frame rate conversion and de-interlacing capabilities
Up/Down/Cross Conversion of 480i, 525i, 720p, 1080i, 1080p
Aspect ratio conversion
3:2 Pulldown Removal
Ultra low-noise (-128 dBu) mic preamps with phantom, limiters, line input (based on 7-Series recorders)
Ability to defeat audio output delay while maintaining audio/ video sync on recorded file
CompactFlash or removable 2.5-inch solid-state drive file
storage with media spanning, UDF format for Mac OS and Windows
High-accuracy built-in time code generator, with genlock and word clock output (PIX 240i only)
Large, illuminated, tactile buttons for fast and simple menu control
Simultaneous HDMI and HD-SDI output (PIX 240i only)
336-core, 32-bit massively parallel processor with 1.2 TeraOps for efficient video encoding
10-18 VDC and dual L-series battery powering
Metalized, molded carbon fiber chassis
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Ian McCausland was able to spend some time with the Sound Devices PIX220 and PIX240 video field recorders. Watch as Jon Tatooles of Sound Devices and Ian review the feature-set of this new on-board recorder and see the PIX240 in action.