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Dream Chip to Introduce meshLINK Integration

Dream Chip to Introduce meshLINK Integration

At IBC 2022, Dream Chip (Booth 10.C31) will display significant upgrades which have been made to their AtomOne range including the AtomOne SSM500. This camera now comes with the addition of IP control, along with the integration of Broadcast Solutions’ meshLINK.

The AtomOne SSM500 achieves HD quality shooting speeds of 500fps in a robust camera body measuring just 189mm x 60mm x 60mm. The new upgrades will position the SSM500, Dream Chip stressed, as the most flexible, agile and adaptable miniaturised camera on the market.

Broadcast Solutions’ meshLINK represents a full-duplex IP-based wireless system that incorporates a remarkable array of functionalities - including ultra-low latency UHD HEVC encoding, RCP, telemetry, intercom, return video and prompter. The system also offers unique functions like true adaptive encoding, Total Recall of all connectivity parameters and, the recently developed prediction tool for coverage calculation based on 3D maps. Thanks to all these added functionalities, the AtomOne SSM500 becomes more versatile than ever, but even more importantly - more reliable. Common applications of the AtomOne SSM500 often see it deployed in remote broadcast environments where there is heavy reliance on 5G, with many different broadcasters and devices competing for signal and bandwidth. The addition of meshLINK technology heightens the reliability of the connection made, and when combined with the unobtrusive, lightweight, discrete nature of the camera, allows this tiny device to be deployed in fully remote contexts - including shoulder and bike-mounted situations.

The rest of Dream Chip’s range of cameras will also be on display - including their AtomOne mini zoom, which weighs just 286g. Dream Chip will be seeking to present to customers attendees the remarkable flexibility that is offered within the range, with a focus on wide-ranging third party integration, whether that be for lenses (B-mount and C-mount), RCP (CyanView, JLC Cooper, Skaarhoj and Antelope, to name but a few) or accessories (including ND filters, PTZ mounts and waterproof housings) all of which can be leveraged to further enhance the creative applications in which the camera can be deployed.

Visitors to the booth will be able to talk directly with the Dream Chip team about the range of novel and creative contexts in which Dream Chip cameras have been deployed; in and on motorsports vehicle, mounted on competitors in mountain-course cycle races, sky mounted on drones to capture winter sports competitions, on American football touchdown lines, and mounted upon the net in major global Tennis tournaments. The small size and rugged build quality allow for the cameras to be mounted in unusual locations - adding to the excitement and emotion audiences feel as they are immersed in the action.  Outside of sports deployment, the Dream Chip range has potential for remarkably diverse applications in the field of ProAV (including as PTZ cameras in worship and education), as well as cinematographic film and TV production.

Speaking of their attendance at IBC 2022, Christian Kühn - Sales & Product Marketing Manager for Dream Chip – said: “The AtomOne series of cameras incorporate such a remarkable range of technologies and standards - facilitating the highest quality of shooting -including the possibility for 4K, 500fps and HDR in some of the smallest sized cameras on the market. But these metrics are easy enough to communicate online and in marketing literature. The pleasure of attending a show like IBC is that we can show what these technological specifications really mean in terms of creative potential for producers and broadcasters. The flexibility built into the whole range means that the only limit to their application is the imagination of producers and cinematographers; we give them the tools to create broadcast that shocks, surprises, excites and inspires”.


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