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WIRELESS VIDEO TRANSMITTERS AND RECEIVERS

Whether you’re a seasoned professional or a videography novice, you’ve likely heard about wireless video transmitters and receivers for video cameras. You might even have wondered what situation would require you to use one, so let us enlighten you. When filming, some scenes may require you to position the camera in a difficult or awkward location, such as on the other side of a wall, far above the ground, or in a large crowd. In these cases, a wireless video transmission system can help broadcast the camera output to a video recorder or external screen. Using this setup allows the production staff to view the camera footage at a distance and gives the camera operator a greater level of freedom than traditional cables allow.

When to Use Wireless Video Transmitters and Receiver

Sometimes, the scene requires you to position the camera in a difficult or awkward location, such as on the other side of a wall, far above the ground, or in a large crowd. In these cases, a wireless video transmitter and receiver can broadcast the camera output to a video recorder or external screen. Using this setup allows the production staff to view the camera footage at a distance and allows the camera operator a greater level of freedom than traditional cables allow.


When to Use Wireless Video Transmitters and Receiver

Sometimes, the scene requires you to position the camera in a difficult or awkward location, such as on the other side of a wall, far above the ground, or in a large crowd. In these cases, a wireless video transmitter and receiver can broadcast the camera output to a video recorder or external screen. Using this setup allows the production staff to view the camera footage at a distance and allows the camera operator a greater level of freedom than traditional cables allow.