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Blackmagic 3G-SDI Arduino Shield

SKU: BMD CINSTUDXURDO/3G

Now you can control Blackmagic Design cameras by inserting control commands into the SDI feed from an Arduino!

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Description

Build customized camera solutions!

The Blackmagic 3G-SDI Arduino Shield is an Arduino expansion board or “shield” that makes it possible for anyone to develop their own custom control solutions for Blackmagic Design cameras. Arduino is a popular low cost open source micro controller platform used by developers and enthusiasts. The Blackmagic 3G-SDI Arduino Shield attaches to any Arduino and then supports inserting camera control commands into the 3G-SDI link to the camera. This means all Blackmagic Studio Cameras and URSA Mini can now be controlled remotely via Arduino code and you can design and build your own custom CCU or broadcast automation solutions!

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