Transmit uncompressed video in 1080p and 2160p at 60FPS with less than 1ms of delay. Up to 1500 ft. of range.
Bolt 4K is compliant with the HLG, PQ, and HDR-10 standards, making it an invaluable tool on set for HDR workflows.
Bolt 4K features 8x the wireless performance of previous Bolt generations, ensuring video is delivered in even the toughest of RF environments.
Each transmitter can send video to up to 6 receivers. Compatible with any model in the Bolt 4K line.
Transmitter: 1x 12G-SDI, 1x HDMI 2.0, 1x 12G-SDI looping output.
Receiver: 2x 12G-SDI, 1x HDMI 2.0
Optional Gold or V-mount battery plate with pass-through power available on both TX & RX.
Send start / stop flags, timecode, and other ancillary data over the wireless link. On the receiver side, upload and apply custom 3D LUTs to monitor each take with the look you’re after.
Remotely pair units, configure settings, and utilize all of Bolt 4K’s features from any iOS smartphone or tablet. The Bolt App uses Bolt 4K’s integrated Bluetooth to give you all of its settings in the palm of your hand.
Bolt 4K 750 12G-SDI/HDMI Wireless TX/RX - Range 750ft
12G-SDI/HDMI Wireless Video Transmitter - 1500ft
12G-SDI/HDMI Wireless Video Transmitter Gold Mount - 1500ft
12G-SDI/HDMI Wireless Video Transmitter V-Mount - 1500ft
12G-SDI/HDMI Wireless Video Receiver - 1500ft
12G-SDI/HDMI Wireless Video Receiver V-Mount - 1500ft
12G-SDI/HDMI Wireless Video Receiver Gold Mount - 1500ft
Bolt 4K 1500 12G-SDI/HDMI Deluxe Kit - V-Mount
Bolt 4K 1500 12G-SDI/HDMI Deluxe Kit - Gold Mount
On-set wireless monitoring is now standard on set, and Teradek is the de facto manufacturer of choice. Within the Teradek line-up, there are two local monitoring options, the Bolt and the Serv Pro. For anyone new to cable-free monitoring, here’s a quick buyer’s guide. If you want a short answer, this is it: Bolt is the monitoring choice for critical camera operating and lens control; Serv Pro is perfect for everyone else on or near set who doesn’t require specialist tools, colour accuracy or ultra-low latency.
Much to the delight of kids across the world, the first high profile TV show back in production is Australia’s Neighbours. The studios and location are up and running again since the crew turned off their cameras in March. In order to get back on set, according to a report on ABC News, new protocols are being adopted including:
European Film and drama production will get back to the business of creativity very quickly after restrictions are lifted. Shoots, abruptly cut short in February and March, are itching to finish production. Films which were were held up in pre-production are keen to catch up on lost time. Same, but Different: Food for Thought
Whether you’re in front of the camera or behind the camera, the show must go on, as they say. It’s up to all of us to collaborate in a way that makes sense and keep creating content that matters.Sabrina Safran Backstage Magazine