Using our online system to create a quotation which is valid for 14 days.
We developed a simple self service system that allows Government Departments, Educational institutes, and Corporate companies, to obtain a quick quotation request, by following these simple steps.
- To create an Online Quotation, add the product(s) you wish a quote on to your shopping cart as if you were placing an order.
- After adding all the items to your shopping cart click "View Shopping Cart"
- On the Shopping Cart Page, instead of selecting the "Proceed to Checkout" button, click the "Request a Quote" button instead. (see below example)
You will then be redirected to the Login Page (if you're not already logged in) and you will be asked to log into your account. (see below)
If you don't have an account you will then need to create one, at this step. We require this information to capture all your details, so we can provide you with accurate shipping costs, and also if we needed to discuss particulars of the request with you.
Once you have logged into or created your account, you will then be re-directed to the Quotations Submission Page where you can submit your quote request.
All the items in your cart will be visible on this page (see below). You can also add any comments to the request, and select what your preferred method of payment will be.
Once the quote has been submitted, a Quote ID will be applied to it, (Shown as QU-XXXXX) which you can reference in any correspondence with us. A Confirmation of the request will also be emailed to you.
Once received by us, we will review your request and return to you with our most competitive quote.
Please allow up to 24hrs for Processing.
You will get a follow-up e-mail (Subject will read: Your Quote, QU-XXXXX has been completed).
Once you review your quote, you can "Accept"it via logging into your Account Center or modifying it by calling us during business hours.
With many years experience, and great success with the SE-800 Digital Vision Mixer, Datavideo is proud to introduce the SE-500, an analogue input, digital processing video switcher. The SE-500 includes 4 groups of video input (4 x composite and 4 x S-Video), 4 channels audio mixer, 2 microphone inputs, color correction, digital video transition effects, MIDI control interface, RS-232 remote control interface and many more professional features. Additionally, the SE-500 includes a truly unique feature Quad Preview. This preview output displays both tally light signals, and next video effects indicator. The operator can use one single monitor to observe four video input sources, camera activities, and video transition effects. The SE-500 has all the popular features of many more expensive mixers and it is extremely compact in size.
With the Datavideo DAC-6 (DV to Composite, Y/C, and Component converter), VP-314 (DV Repeater), and 10, 20, and 40 meter DV cables, you may use DV cameras to switch video up to 200 meter away.
No Genlock Required Dual Channel Time Base Corrector and 4:2:2 frame synchronizer built in. There is no need to run external sync to this switcher.
In schools, outdoor activities, seminars, small studios, clubs, pubs etc, one single camera isn't enough to capture the action. In school productions for example, two cameras are facing toward the stage and another camera is roving, to capture different angles and audience reaction. You need three cameras all together (commonly called three camera video production or a three camera shoot). A video switcher perfectly fits in with this scenario.
However, when everybody is talking about digital video right now; does that mean you need a digital video switcher? Is Analog equipment out of date? What about those S-VHS cameras, Betacam cameras, and Video 8 cameras? No more uses anymore? Should I throw them away? Off course not, in such activities, what the user actually needs is a high quality, simple to operate, multi input video switcher with an affordable price.
Digital Processor, high image quality
T-Bar control of digital video effect transitions
Four inputs of S-Video (Y/C) and Composite Video
Optional YUV Input
RS232 remote control
MIDI control interface
Two microphone channels with one auxilary input audio mixer
Colour processor for video correction
Quad video preview monitor output with tally indeicators on TV screen
Digital video effects: Split, PIP, Wipe, Fade, Dissolve, Quad
Analogue S-Video (Y/C) and Composite PAL (NTSC is available as a different model) YUV at Sony Betacam Standard
Video Inputs (4 Max)
4 x Composite 4 x S-Video (Y/C)
Composite and S-Video YUV output (using the S-Video & Composite outputs) Quad Preview output (Composite) with Tally light indicator and next video effects indicator
2 x Microphone (6.5mm Jack) 1 x Stereo Audio (RCA) Aux
Main output and headphone output with volume control
Rated 5 out of
Simple Low CostHave installed 5 of these, they are low cost, professionally built that have all the main features of much more expensive units and are extremely simple to install. Bets of all you don't have to be a tech head to use one.
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