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  1. Make sure you come see us tomorrow morning at NAB. Steve Tibbo will be going us for a "meet and greet" at 10:30 and then at 11:30 he will be doing the drawing for a free Q series timecode generator or our new 2XG. (your choice). Make sure you don't miss it!!!
  2. I'm a big fan of the BETSO SBOX-1N, and I have two of them (they've replaced two Mozegear boxes I had previously.) I'm currently working on a doc with a partner, who owns the same box, and we're a bit puzzled because his box blinks very rapidly, while mine blinks once per second. Both keep time without a problem, and they stay synced through the whole day, but we can't understand why his box doesn't blink once a second after it's been jammed, like mine. We've looked at the settings, and they're both exactly the same. We're at a loss… Any comments or suggestions you may have w
  3. Announcing! Mozegear BNC Q28 TC We didn’t think it could be done, but here it is Introductory Price - $439 Shipping Starts- Today Super Small Size & Lightweight - Just 2.8 cubic inches and 1.9 ounces. Easy Set Up - Just set the controls and go. Specifically Designed For ... Virtually EVERYTHING - The Q28 was designed to work with all kinds of devices including: high-end cameras, DSLRs, and even those that may have some “unique” timecode challenges. An important feature is the especially wide variable level output, which allows the user to accurately set the
  4. INTRODUCING THE Tig Q28 The Most Incredibly Small Timecode Generator Only 1.9 oz and 2.8 cubic inches Introductory Price $439 Pre-orders are being now being taken. Shipping to begin Monday of next week (8/4/14). KEY FEATURES NEW “Show” Position - This setting shows the current timecode in hours and minutes. High Level Accuracy Design - The Q28 has the same high quality TCXO (.5 ppm) and software as the Tig. Variable Timecode Output Level - Works well with all cameras and smart devices due to the 15 adjustable settings between 20mV and 3V. Flow Through Aud
  5. NEW QL Timecode Generator We would like to announce the newest member of our Tig Q family which is the QL. It offers all of the accuracy, features, and size of the Q28 but without the Lemo. We know that some users just want a locking connector but don’t necessarily need the Lemo. Now the QL fits those users at the lower price. Intro Price - $399 Top Feature Highlights Proven Tig software design that works well with all types of cameras, recorders, and even “i devices” Quick and simple set up for easy use Locking 3.5 connector Durable design with center beam - We have run over
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