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NEW Mozegear TC Generator Kit $199

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We are excited to announce our newest timecode generator the X2 at just $199.

 

Highlights

*Locking BNC  for secure connection
*Up to 30 hour battery life 
*Industry standard NP50 battery
*Tiny & Lightweight at just 1.9 ounces & 3.46 cubic inches
*User Replaceable Battery for emergencies in the field
*Commonly used barrel charger for easily obtainable accessories
*Durable design and build  
*Same Mozegear TC design that is accurate to 1 frame in 24 hours
*Wired in connectors for increased reliability 
*Ability to daisy chain charge so only 1 wall outlet needed
*Recessed on/off switch
*1/4-20 mounting hole for secure camera mounting
*Quick, easy, and intuitive set up
*Made & Serviced in the USA


$199 Kit includes:

   X2 Timecode Generator
   NP50 Battery
   Wall Charger

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6 hours ago, stacysound said:

Nice. Hope they changed the flashing duration of the LED and made the LED green. 2 biggest complaints from camera.

 

Hopefully the charge voltage is 12V.

 

https://www.mozegear.com/product-page/qbit-x2

It's still Red to match our other units.  However let me check to see if we can do the green as an option.  

 

The voltage is from 7 to 14.

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The picture doesn't convey how tiny this thing is.  Cam depts have been impressed.  On cams with top plates all you need is a 1/4-20 bolt and you have a secure attachment w/o velcro or bongo ties etc..

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I couldn't be happier with the Qbit XL...  Almost exactly the same.. I believe the prototype for this package.

  Camera people LOVE IT... me too.  

 ZERO issues....It just works...  I have been using one for almost a year now... super durable.  It has become the go to sync box in my kit...  I never worry about it nor need to check to see if it works or drifts.. To date, it has never let me down. Super solid kit.  I have gone two long days on the charge with no issues... could go more but I always charge it with my other rechargeables.

 Cant beat the cost...

Laurie and the nice folks there are top notch as well.

WIN,WIN,WIN..

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I got a couple of these from Trew at the end of May and they work great. I would have preferred they kept the hirose connector only because I already have P-tap to hirose cables so I could just power/charge from the camera rig battery.

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Brandon, did you get a Qbit or a Qbit X2? Looks like the X2 was only annouced a few days ago... like when Laurie posted here, on Facebook, and probably elsewhere:

 

Or did you get early units?

 

No worries; just trying to keep up to speed...

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As Brandon said we actually shipped out some units early.  We waited to announce them after we got more control over our stock and caught up on some orders. 

 

Thanks Guys!

On 8/26/2018 at 2:17 PM, stacysound said:

Nice. Hope they changed the flashing duration of the LED and made the LED green. 2 biggest complaints from camera.

 

Hopefully the charge voltage is 12V.

 

https://www.mozegear.com/product-page/qbit-x2

 

We can make them with Green if you would prefer that.  Also can you contact me regarding the strobe.  949-273-6699 

 

Thanks 

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This may be a silly question...Is it possible to use this new Qbit X2 with former Qbit XL?

 

My sound cart usually feed 14.5V into each device, this voltage exceeds X2's range.

So my plan is to use XL with the sound cart, and use X2s with cameras.

 

Is this risky? Is X2 quite different product from XL?

  

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3 hours ago, Mikisuke Shimadzu said:

This may be a silly question...Is it possible to use this new Qbit X2 with former Qbit XL?

 

My sound cart usually feed 14.5V into each device, this voltage exceeds X2's range.

So my plan is to use XL with the sound cart, and use X2s with cameras.

 

Is this risky? Is X2 quite different product from XL?

  

 

The 14.5V will be fine.  Both products are basically the same although there is a small variation in the power supply.   If you have any concerns or problems, please let me know.

 

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