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JVC Intros Camera-Mounted Bonded IP Uplink

JVC Professional Video, a division of JVCKenwood USA, will introduce the SFM-CAM2 ProHD Dockable Bridge, a wireless bonded IP uplink that connects directly to its 800 Series cameras, at NAB Show New York (Booth N433), which runs Oct. 18-19 at the Javits Convention Center in New York City.

The latest member of the ProHD Bridge product family, the Dockable Bridge supports HD streaming from multiple IP-enabled JVC cameras to HD-SDI decoders or servers at a central location, as well as CDNs like JVCVIDEOCLOUD and Facebook Live.

Using Peplink’s patented SpeedFusion VPN Bonding technology, the Dockable Bridge combines multiple cellular, wired and Wi-Fi connections to create an LTE-Advanced connection. Its Wi‑Fi‑First feature bonds to local or public hotspots when available, which reduces cellular data charges.

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Ideal for live ENG reports or webcasts, the self-contained Dockable Bridge plugs into the camera’s USB port, and is positioned between the battery and GY‑HM850/890 camera body. It can also be detached and used with other IP-enabled ProHD, 4KCAM, and JVC PTZ camera models. Plus, the Dockable Bridge functions as a secure, battery-operated hotspot for computers, tablets, smartphones and other devices.


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