July 24, 2009


The URD-20S is designed for 3D stereoscopic production and provides performance necessary for tapeless digital cinematography. Back at NAB, the company showed 4K content, shot on a Red One digital camera, on a Sharp 64-inch HD LCD display.
The UDR20S can be used in either studio or field environments and can record in a variety of formats and resolutions, from two channels of HD/2K digital film, all the way up to uncompressed 4K. The portable system features  removable media DiskPacks that provide for security. The front panel has a familiar VTR-style of operation and the unit can interface with multiple digital camera systems. Flexible I/O configurations allow it to work in shooting, editing or projection scenarios.
The UDR-100 uncompressed portable recorder can record stereoscopic 3D in HD or capture 2K. At NAB, the UDR-100 was shown capturing from an Arri D21. It's compact size, battery power and light weight make it well suited for digital cinema shooting. The UDR-D100 is adapted to Panasonic variable frame rate and Arri data mode, and can be used as a recorder for any camera with an HD-SDI output.

The UDR-Pack Reader is a data loader to a nonlinear editing system. Once images are shot on the disk pack (HDD or Flash pack), the pack can be removed from the UDR-D100 and the image files are then downloaded to an NLE server through the UDR Reader. The UDR-100 records uncompressed images, and many sequential uncompressed formats, including AVI, Cineon, DPX and QuickTime, are supported.