By Max Duncan and technical editor Matt Allard:
At BIRTV in Beijing, Aputure was the latest Chinese company to enter the wireless monitoring market. The were showing off their new Array HDMI wireless video transmission system which aims to compete with entry level models from industry leaders like Paralinx and Teradek. The Array system consists of a transmitter and a receiver that look like mini desktop speakers. The company claims the system has zero latency and a range of up to 100m (328ft). Like most Aputure products the build quality looks pretty good with the use of high quality plastics.
It will be available at the end of this year for around $600 US. For more from Aputure visit their website.