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Hyperdeck Shuttle DIN-BNC cables


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hey yall

i am looking to purchase one to three din 1.0/2.3 - male bnc cables for a hyperdeck shuttle.

i know that i can get have these made, but id like to see if anyone has them available before i go buy them new.

preferably 6" and 12"

 

i live in los angeles and can meet you or can pay for shipping.

have a good one!

 

brett.

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They are available at B&H

http://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/868354-REG/Laird_Telemedia_rd1_dinabf_1_Red_One_Video_3G.html/prm/alsVwDtl

This is an adapter cabe after which you can plug your choice of BNC to mach the needed length.

 

I very strongly recommend getting some angled connectors.

The stock connectors on the Hyperdeck are DIN connectors, not mini-BNC.

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Thanks Victor

Why the strong recommendation on the angled connectors? Have you found the DIN connectors to break easily? I once rented a cable with a straight connector and the wire started to separate from the connector tip...is this the concern?

 

I realize they arent mini BNC...I embarrassed myself with my mistake...gah so amateur!

 

brett.

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I had two straight cables break before switched to angled. The way the cables sticks out of the device makes them prone to catch onto everything. An angled connector will keep the adaptor cable flush to the recorder's body.

I'm not a big fan of the DIN norm in general and I'm not the only one here. Also, they are soldered directly to the board without anything else holding them so be careful when plugging/unplugging them.

 

It's still a great recorder for the price.

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