SlingStudio is a multi-camera system that brings in HD video wirelessly.
This could be a great solution for school sports looking to add more cameras to live productions!
With SlingStudio's video-grade wireless technology, you can connect a combination of up to 10 smartphones, professional cameras, and camcorders. SlingStudio’s robust wireless technology operates with minimal interference at distances up to 300 feet – without cables – greatly reducing your setup time.
From Lon.TV - watch on YouTube
00:39 - Hardware overview
02:18 - Ports and connectors
02:21 - USB-C port
02:55 - HDMI input and supported framerates
03:34 - Cameralink adapter for HDMI camcorders
04:45 - Cameralink battery life
05:22 - 1080p 60fps requires Cameralink box
05:34 - HDMI output
05:59 - Line input
06:45 - Optional battery pack for Slingstudio
07:14 - How it connects and works with the Internet
07:47 - SD Card
07:59 - ISO recording of each input source
09:49 - Ipad control app
10:22 - Conducting SD Card speed test
10:52 - Setting up live broadcasting
11:27 - Upload speed test and setting streaming bit rate
12:26 - Camera check for WiFi signal strength
14:04 - Adding a wireless camera
14:30 - Camera app controls
15:01 - Live switching video sources
15:28 - 1 second or so buffer
16:08 - Picture in Picture (PIP)
18:11 - Titling with templates or your own PNG files
19:53 - Audio mixer
21:13 - Wireless and battery health monitoring
22:15 - Initiating recording and live streaming
23:01 - Image quality from recording
24:13 - What Slingstudio records to the SD Card / Disk
26:57 - Conclusion and my overall opinion
All in I think this is a really decent system. It will quickly drain the battery of connected devices so I suggest having many USB battery packs nearby to keep everything running when running remotely.
I would like to see some controls for adjusting audio sync as some HDMI devices might throw a delay into the mix if you're bringing in line audio.