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Weighing in at less than five pounds, the compact LiveShot will attach to a professional camera's battery mount and will get on the air with live, real-time, low-latency video and audio optimized to perform well on challenging 3G/4G cellular and satellite IP data networks.
LiveShot also accommodates Wi-Fi and wired IP data connections and offers a store-and-forward feature that will capture, manage and send higher-resolution video to an FTP server when a live shot is done. Video return, integrated IFB, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth interface are just a few of the additional features. The codec can be controlled and configured locally or remotely via the Comrex LiveShot Central server.
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