Move 4K 12X:
Maximum Recommended Tracking Range: 200′
Move 4K 20X:
Maximum Recommended Tracking Range: 250′
Move 4K 30X:
Maximum Recommended Tracking Range: 300′
The 12X image sensor is 1/2.5″ CMOS.
The 20X image sensor is 1/1.8″ CMOS.
The 30X image sensor is 1/1.8″ CMOS.
The image sensor is the same size on the 20x and the 30x versions of the Move 4K.
The amount of bandwidth used by the Move 4K is variable. For this camera, bandwidth is equal to the bitrate in kbps.
The Move 4K’s Bitrate Settings are located in the “Audio & Video” tab under IP Video Streams. The Move 4K allows the user to adjust the bitrate in a range of 32-102400 kbps or 0.03125 – 100 megabit/second. We have recommended values which are selectable in the Video Template dropdown. For example, the “Ultra” Template (4K) is 3840×2160 with a recommended bitrate of 16384 kbps or 16 Megabit/second.
The Move 4K offers several Video Templates: Ultra, High, Medium, and Low which are all adjustable, as well as our new Certified NDI®|HX3 Templates (HX3 settings are not customizable).
In other words, the Move 4k gives users the ability to control the amount of bandwidth / bitrate used to give them the best experience to meet the needs of their production.
3G-SDI is only capable of 1080p-60fps.
Yes, it is possible, as long as your USB drive is fast enough. USB 2.0 has a max read/write speed of 60Mbs. In actual use, this can be less. 4k video streams in standard at 15 to 25Mbs, so as long as your USB drive can transfer data at 26Mbs or more, then you should be good to go.
No. The Move 4K can output video with SDI or HDMI, but not both at the same time.