Rent & Demo HEVC Bonded Cellular for Live Video Contribution using Cutting-edge 4G 5G for Newsgathering, Sports & Live Events
Rent Bonded Cellular
Rent Bonded Cellular System for your next Live Event. Broadcast live from anywhere in the world to your master control or the web. VidOvation has a large inventory of Haivision Pro Series Bonded Cellular Transmitters and Field Encoders for Camera Mount or Backpack Mount supporting Anton Bauer Gold and IDX V-Lock battery plates. StreamHub Receivers are also available for rent. Battery rentals are also available for Anton Bauer Gold and IDX V-Lock. We can provide a camera operator for your next shoot. Click below to book your rental.
Get 30-Day FREE Evaluation
Evaluate the IP & Bonded Cellular Live Video Contribution System for Newsgathering, Sports, Live Events, and more. See for yourself why we are the # 1 Bonded Cellular brand in the USA and Europe. Experience higher video quality, Dual HEVC Hardware Encoders, Secondary Redundant Transmission path via Microwave, Satellite, WAN & WIFI. Broadcast live from anywhere in the world to your master control or the web. See why many networks are making the change to VidOvation. Click below to book your 30-day FREE evaluation today.
Call VidOvation TODAY at +1-949-777-5435 for a 30-day FREE evaluation
Europe’s #1 Bonded Cellular Brand with Dual HEVC Encoders, Redundant Transmission Paths, Working IFB, Don’t Miss Any Shots with a More Reliable solution and more… Click to learn What Makes VidOvation Different?
“Even with my 33 years of experience, I have never seen anything to compare with the PRO and the new flexibility we have in covering breaking news. Without having to deploy a truck, we can be much more spontaneous since we don’t have to look for high ground that’s free of trees or power lines, With just a couple of button pushes, we can be up and running to transmit a live shot from anywhere… The PRO has opened up a world of new possibilities for live shots not just for breaking news, but also for sports and local events.” (Click for Press Release)
Mike Spissinger, Chief Photographer, WPSD