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    How to use camera mounted NewTek Connect Sparks over WiFi for best performance

    Hi All,

    Since we released our SparkMount Kits for the Connect Spark, we have received may requests from end-users about the best way to set-up a WiFi network to ensure best reception between camera mounted Connect Sparks and a TriCaster. This YouTube video interview shot at the NewTek booth during NAB2018 will answer many questions and provides details about best practices for using camera mounted Connect Sparks to cover sports and large venue events over WiFi networks.

    Subjects covered:
    1. SparkMount products for mounting and powering Connect Sparks on hand-held cameras and shoulder mount cameras equipped with A/B or V-Mounts.
    2. WiFi network components for best performance.
    3. Specific information about deployment and placement of directional Access Point antennas at sport and concert venues.

    https://www.youtube.com/embed/glBycP0ZWg0

    Check it out and don't hesitate to call if you have any questions after watching the video.

    Cheers!

    Rich

    Rich Rubin
    Mobile Studios, Inc.
    A NewTek Elite Dealer
    www. MobileStudios.com
    561-372-0604

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  2. #2
    thanks for sharing. Watching it now
    Marty Jenoff
    TC-1
    TC 40 v2
    Canon c100, Canon XF305, XF205, XF105
    Focal Point Productions, Inc.
    Baltimore, Maryland
    www.focalpp.com

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    Great stuff Rich - ordering the mount from your website right now.

    Also - We love our custom PortaCast Deluxe SBK!
    Thanks for making great products.

    Andrew
    Tricaster 460AE2 + LC-11
    Rack: Router, switch, backup encoder, captioning devices, audio mixer , etc
    Cameras: Sony FS700, Z150, NX5, NewTek PTZ1, Spark
    http://reddogrecords.com

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