UltraSync ONE: An update

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We launched the UltraSync ONE on 20th April and it’s definitely causing a stir. We’re delighted to have been flooded with pre-orders. In fact, due to the demand we’ve seen for the product already, we’ve had to make the tough decision to significantly increase the production line of the first batch to ensure we can fulfil initial orders. Unfortunately this has delayed the manufacturing process by a few weeks and we apologise for any disappointment this has caused those of you who are waiting for units.   

What’s the shipping date?

The good news is we’re talking weeks rather than months – we’re very close to receiving final units for shipping to our dealers. We will release a shipping update next week when we have all the information we need to give you a more precise date when orders can start to be despatched. We will share this announcement on social media and on our website. For now, please bear with us, UltraSync ONE really is worth the wait.

Is it for real?

Tiny, lightweight, timecode, genlock and word clock in one, internal diversity antennas, an OLED screen, seamless integration into our BLINK network, the versatility to act as the master or slave, the flexibility to work with a main camera one day, a DSLR the next and be rigged in a 360-degree VR array a few hours later. UltraSync ONE is everything pros in the field have been asking us for, and it consistently came out as the top choice in the hotly contested ‘timecode wars’ at this year’s NAB Show.

Some things sound too good to be true, but the good news is the UltraSync ONE is 100% real. In fact pre-production units have been out in the field for testing in the last few weeks, including on the the sets of The Great British Bake Off, Antiques Roadshow and Garden Rescue. We even have photographic evidence to share!

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