Gravity Media Australia fixes agreement for NetCam cameras to cover Wimbledon 2024

Gravity Media Wimbledon Net Cam 2024

Gravity Media recently announced a new agreement with The All England Lawn Tennis Club for the ongoing provision of NetCam camera technology designed and manufactured in Australia with the goal of covering for global television next Wimbledon tournament on 2024

 

This deal for 2024 Wimbledon’s camera provision comes after Gravity Media Australia’s deployment of NetCam at The Championships since its debut in 2018. As the company states, Gravity Media Australia’s NetCam has become an integral part of the US Open Tennis Championships and, this way, will once again be in place for next year’s Australian Open Tennis Championships.

Gravity Media’s NetCam is used across Grand Slams and ATP and WTA Finals and delivers a distinctive viewing experience offering viewers a new perspective of the sport. Besides, this kind of camera features a dual UHD (ultra high definition) camera platform with two simultaneous 12g-SDI digital video transmission outputs (one from each camera).

Discretely mounted within the centre strap of the net, just behind the white vertical adjustment strap, NetCam offers viewers a new vantage point. With a courtside fibre converter transforming signals into the optical format, shots from the centre of the court can be transmitted via a mobile control room or production truck inmediatly.

The NetCam tennis solution has been used at all four Grand Slams since its launch in 2018, and the Live JockeyCam which has been beaming horse racing images around Australia since 2019.

 

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