Trigger – connecting a device triggering a specific KMU-100 4K Multi – camera unit process

Thanks to the GPIO connector, you can connect to your converter the external devices that automatically trigger a specific KMU-100 4K Multi – camera unit process.

There are 8 inputs assigned for each of the windows, which means you also have 8 outputs at your disposal.

Such functionality has a huge number of applications for various industries and types of recorded material.

For instance – in safety systems: when a person comes to a specific location, a signal can direct a camera to the specified area. Similarly, for example, in the amusement park – it may be used to automatically record ‘an adventure’ at the most important attractions as a souvenir for the participants. During a football match, the camera can automatically zoom to the goal, when a ball (or a player) is in the vicinity. And during the fashion show, in a specific place of the catwalk a full figure of a model can be shown, from top do bottom, revealing all the details of presented creations.

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KMU–100 showered with awards at the NAB Show 2016

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KMU-100 in action at NAB2016 – video relations

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Trigger – connecting a device triggering a specific KMU-100 4K Multi – camera unit process

Trigger – connecting a device triggering a specific KMU-100 4K Multi – camera unit process

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External Joystick – additional possibilities of controlling your virtual camera

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KMU 100 on ISE 2016  – star on the show

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