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Hollyland Cosmo 1000 Wireless 1000FT HDMI/SDI Transmission System

USD 3,199.00

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  • SDI&HDMI Input/Output
  • No Compression, No Delay
  • Point to Point & Multipoint
  • Support Timecode & Trigger
  • 5GHz Frequency Band
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Hollyland Cosmo 1000 Wireless 1000FT HDMI/SDI Transmission System

Hollyland Cosmo 1000 Wireless HDMI/SDI Transmission System utilize today’s most advanced wireless video transmission technology, which could help the filmmaker get rid of the traditional wired shooting. It supports both HDMI&SDI input and output with working distance up to 1000ft and operates over the unlicensed 5G frequency band and transmits 4:2:2 video at less than 1 ms delay no compression, offering flawless image quality.

Performance Description

• Unlicensed 5GHz & 10 Channels Optional
• Multicast support
• 1 transmitter to multi receivers, max 4 sets in in one location

Application

Connect camera SDI or HDMI output to transmitter SDI or HDMI input port and the transmitter can be fixed in hot-shoe port of the camera. Connect HDMI or SDI output port of the receiver to SDI or HDMI input port of the HD monitor, Make sure all antennas and batteries are equipped normally.

  • Guaranteed Distance: 1000ft Up to 1500ft
  • SDI&HDMI Input/Output
  • No Compression, No Delay
  • Point to Point & Multipoint
  • Support Timecode & Trigger
  • 5GHz Frequency Band
  • True Full HD 1080p60; 4:2:2
  • Working Voltage: 7-36VDC
  • AES-128 Encrypted Transmission
 TransmitterReceiver
InterfaceSDI Input (BNC Female); HDMI
Input (Type A female); 2 Antenna port (RPSMA
male); DC input (4 pin LEMO female)
SDI Output (BNC Female); HDMI
Output (Type A female); 5 Antenna
port (RP-SMA male); DC input (4 pin LEMO female)
Supply voltage range7-36V DC7-36V DC
Power consumption< 6.5 W< 7.5 W
Size(L x W x H): 120x 70 x 25mm,
don't include antennas
(L x W x H): 160x 110 x 25mm,
don't include antennas
Mass380g540g
Input Video FormatHDMI:525i, 625i, 720p 50/59.94/60,
1080i 50/59.94/60, 1080p23.98/24/25/2
9.9/30/50/59.94/60;HDMI Type A
SDI:3G, HD, and SD-SDI (auto-selected),
SMPTE- 259/274/292 /296/372/ 424/425;1x BNC
/
Output Video Format/HDMI:525i, 625i, 720p 50/59.94/60,
1080i 50/59.94/60,1080p23.98/24/25/2
9.9/30/ 50/59.94/60; HDMI Type A
SDI:3G, HD, and SD-SDI (auto-selected),
SMPTE-259/274/ 292/296/ 372/424/425; 1x BNC
Input Audio FormatSDI embedded 2 channel 24 bit/48KHz/
Output Audio/SDI embedded 2 channel 24 bit/48KHz
Signal IndicatorPOWER-Green; VIDEO-YellowPOWER-Green; Wireless RSSI-Green (5
LEDs); VIDEO-Yellow
Frequency Band5.1-5.9GHz, confgurable with China, North American, Europe, etc5.1-5.9GHz, confgurable with China, North American, Europe, etc
Modulation ModeOFDM 16QAMOFDM 16QAM
Transmission PowerMaximum 21dBm/
Receiver Sensitivity/-75dBm
Occupied Bandwidth40MHz40MHz
Temperature Range0~40°C (operating condition);
-20~60°C (Storage)
0 ~ 40°C (operating condition);
-20~60°C (Storage)
ComplianceFCC; CE.FCC; CE.
  • 5 GHz Antennas x7
  • 7” Articulating Arm x1
  • Crab Clamp x1
  • D-tap to Lemo Cables x2
  • Hard Case x1
  • Receiver x1
  • Transmitter x1
  • Flat Screwdrivers x2
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2 Reviews For This Product

  1. Rated 5 out of 5
    02

    by Nash

    Ghost Eye vs Hollyland Cosmo

    Jason thanks you for the information. In fact I faced the same dilemma.

    I was proposing Ghost eye to a worship place, however due to some “uncomfortable “ reason it was rejected as the users did not like to have the “ Holly event “ to be transmitted thru “ Ghost xxx”. On the contrary, the Hollyland sound more acceptable. The reason for the acceptance has nothing to do with the Technology but the name.

    After reading Jason’s sharing, my problem solved. The Hollyland Cosmo 400 work perfectly for us, we have not yet experienced any signal drop as long as I am keeping both wireless transmitter and receiver with line of sight. Best of all it support 1080 /60P.

    Despite the fact that Both Ghosteye and Hollyland are produced by the same factory, the price point varied, I have enjoyed great saving.

    The Cinegear should consider to re-brand it ghosteye to be may be Gold eye…. Just a suggestion.

  2. Rated 5 out of 5
    02

    by Jason

    I have been on the research to get my Professional Video transmission for both range 100 m to 300m for long. as I have applications for both short and longer range transmission. I needed times to keep enough money to get this gear for my jobs. Thus I was really care about my money to get the best value product. Sadly due to technology restriction I could not find one which allow me to transmit without having line of Sight for some scenario With that I have to follow the rule to get my best coverage without dropping much of the signal.

    With that requirement in mind, I’ve managed to find some,Thanks to Friends ‘s recommendation and web info and subsequently filtered it to only 2 for ease of decision making, ., The 2 brands, namely Ghost eye and Hollyland. And I was in the cross road for which one to get. I needed to do somethings to get the right one. (Comparing Ghosteye versus Hollyland)

    After some efforts of research ,I have discovered somethings very interesting. And I thought I would like to share this on this post.

    Long story short, My final decision was to get Hollyland Cosmo 400 (120M) and Cosmo 1000 (300m) from Expandore instead of buying online for Ghost eye Here are the reasons.

    • My Friends have bought both 2 from Cinegear Ghost Eye from overseas on-line shop, namely the Ghosteye Kit 150m and Ghosteye kit 300m, upon my request he allowed me to bring to the shop to make the comparison with his presence.
    • Cosmetically both brands like similar ( I would say identical ) except for the brand, of course.
    • However it seems that Ghost eye was having longer transmission range as per their specification 150m vs 120m, and 350m vs 300m, I thus presumed that the price different and thus it is cheaper for Hollyland.
    • To Convince myself further, Thanks to the shop, the allowed us to do the transmission distance test under the same conditions . but both performed nearly same under the same distance
    • I went one step further and Upon my deeper finding and research on web site and including calling the China Counterpart, to my surprise I found out something else. That the original maker of both product seems to be the from the same source, ie Hollyland is the original maker.
    • I thus asked many questions including are both brands having the same spec and also why for the same product , the specification is varied and that is what I got.
    It was quite sure by then that both brands are produced the same way using the same component and chip in the same factory , the manufacturer by fast the standard has to state its Specification to its client and the consumers. While the brand owner has it rights to state the specification that the product could stretch .
    • I further asked the maker, could their 120m Gear could do the same Ghoseye did for 150m So for the 300m and 350m. Again the answer given was positive but under certain conditions. The maker further stated that they would prefer to stay the specification with safety factor built in rather that stretching it ,as under circumstance it might not performs according to the requirement. IT is better to be in the state of under- promised and over-delivered
    • The last question I had asked was , can the maker has control over the specification specified by the client which was different from the original specification , they would not want to comment further.
    • Being a consumer, it is worth the while to do some research to get the product that deserved the value. By doing what I was doing it saved me close to SGD 800/= and SGD 1,200 respectively.

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