Author: John Zdechlik
How to Crimp a Cat 6a Shielded Connector
Cat 6 and 6a cabling is becoming more and more prevalent as 10 gigE Ethernet ports are becoming so affordable and built-in on a lot of the new computers and servers. We thought you might enjoy this video.
PTZ Cameras by Canon: The New CR-N300 & CR-N500
The N300 and N500 are Canon’s latest pan/tilt/zoom (PTZ) cameras, featuring exceptional image quality and designed to fit in with a variety of productions and applications. These cameras offer a remote 4K production package for all situations, bringing smooth pan and tilt functionality along with exceptional image quality to indoor […]
Z-Systems Virtual Garage Sale: Great Deals on Used Audio and Video Equipment!
We have a wide range of used audio and video equipment available for sale at great prices. All of the equipment has been tested and sorted by Z Systems techs. Call us at 952-974-3140 or email email@example.com with questions. Scroll through below to check out the deals! GEAR MASTER LIST […]
Introducing the New Panasonic UE-100 4K PTZ Camera
We recently got the chance to put the Panasonic UE-100 camera through its paces and were pretty impressed. This UHD (4K) camera is about $1,800 less than the AW-UE150, and is packed with a lot of new features. Here is a rundown: High Quality 4k 60p Shooting 3840 x 2160 […]
What is SRT and Why Do You Want It for Professional Reliable Video Streaming
This post is kind of a work in progress, but we wanted to publish it now instead of waiting to get it perfect. Please bear with us and let us know if you have any suggested additions/clarifications. Summary SRT (Secure Rapid Transport) is an open standard streaming protocol which is […]
Blackmagic Design Ursa Broadcast Camera Power Consumption
The power consumption of the Blackmagic Design Ursa Broadcast camera with the studio viewfinder and a B4 lens is approx. 54 Watts
NewTek Tricaster Docs
Here are some useful docs, manuals, and procedures re the NewTek, Tricaster: Newtek’s ProTek (premium) Support: 800-862-7837(note: you need to have a contract to access this)