Paralinx Triton – a light weight wireless HDMI video transmission system for DSLRs and small video cameras

By technical editor Matt Allard:

Paralinx Triton 1:1 system
Paralinx Triton 1:1 system

Paralinx have announced the new Triton wireless HD video system. Triton is a wireless video solution aimed at DSLR and small camera users, but it can also be rigged to a handheld gimbal system or an unmanned aerial video platform. It features a compact and lightweight design, integrated battery plates and a 140M (450 feet) range for $1,395US.

The Triton can be mounted using a 1/4 20 or cold shoe
The Triton can be mounted using a 1/4 20 or cold shoe

It will take a HDMI input from most cameras and transmit it in Full HD at up to 60P in real time. If you want to run it on a drone like DJI Phantom you can power the transmitter from an external power tap to save weight.

The HDMI output
The HDMI output

Features Include:
– Transmit a FULL-HD signal up to 1080p/60 in REALTIME (less than 1ms)
– Up to 450 feet/140m of range
– Manual Channel Selection within 5.1-5.8GHz spectrum (8 channels)
– Transmit to unlimited receivers
– LCD displays signal strength, battery charge, and channel selection
– Cold-shoe mount for easy mounting of transmitter on a DSLR
– 1/4-20 mounting option on both transmitter and receiver
– Integrated battery plates for power on both transmitter and receiver
– 6-17V DC power input on transmitter and receiver
– 128-bit AES Encryption

Transmitter (without antennas): 118mm x 52mm x 43mm
Receiver: 118mm x 60.5mm x 44.5mm

Weight (without batteries):
Transmitter: 4.6oz / 130g
Receiver: 4.8oz / 136g

In the Box:
1 Paralinx Triton transmitter
1 Paralinx Triton receiver
1 PTap to DC power cable
1 AC Adapter
2 2dbi antennas (for transmitter)
1 Antenna mounting tool
1 additional cold-shoe mount

**Please note, LP-E6 and NP-F batteries not included**

Newsshooter will try to review the Paralinx Triton in the next few weeks. For more info on head over to the Paralinx website.

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