Black Link HD5 at Film Festival in Gdynia 2016

During an ongoing film festival in Gdynia a mobile film studio CINEBUS is officially presented for the first time. The project was developed by Slawomir Idziak Foundation - Film Spring Open. It is a mobile, fully equipped production studio, where young filmmakers can realize their outdoor photos. Partners such as Canon, HP or SOLARIS participated in this project.

In addition to montage studio and the projection room Cinebus contains all the equipment needed in film production, including our wireless transmission systems for TV cameras - Black Link HD5.

Together with two great camera operators Slawomir Idziak ("Black Hawk Down") and Lukasz Baka ("Battle of Warsaw 1920"), we have worked out a solution that meets the high requirements of the crew. The system operates within a radius of 300 meters from the Cinebus, which enables the Full HD live view shots without the need for complex wiring.

Filming is done using two sets: Black Link HD with a miniature transmitter HD and standard transmitter to the camera with V-Lock, wirelessly transmitting the image from two HD cameras. Solaris has completed a design mobile antenna mast for quick folding wireless antennas on the roofs of the vehicle. After setting Cinebus on the film plan antenna mast is raised to a vertical position, which enables very fast use of wireless systems. Antennas provide far-reaching range of wireless HD video without compression, and delay.

Cinebus gained great interest among young filmmakers and producers, as well as among numerous VIPs of world cinema. Film school students will have the opportunity to work in a mobile studio already during this year's open air and workshops.