Connects directly to PMW-400 / PXW-X320 camcorder body to enable easy transmission of content over a wireless network
The CBK-WA101 adapter is specifically designed for the PMW-400 and PXW-X320 camcorder and can be attached directly to the camera body via a one-click mechanism. It allows XAVC proxy files to be created and then saved on an SD card in the adapter. The CBK-WA101 is then able to upload the proxy content and the original high-resolution content or perform QoS Live streaming via 3G/4G/LTE/wireless LAN* to a broadcast station, on-premises server or to a cloud environment such as XDCAM air.
Tablet or smartphone control via wireless LAN
By supporting wireless LAN connectivity, the CBK-WA101 allows tablets or smartphones to interact with it and control it via Sony’s Content Browser Mobile application. This connectivity for the PMW-400 / PXW-X320 camcorder allows users on their mobile device to remotely control the camera and review content without having to connect a monitor to the camcorder.
* For wireless transmission, wireless LAN/3G/4G/LTE dongles are necessary. For wireless LAN dongle, Sony’s “IFU-WLM3”, 2.4GHz wireless LAN dongle or CBK-WA02 (2.4GHz & 5GHz WLAN) are available. As for the Cellular Modem dongle, recommended model differs country by country depending on carrier.
If you use wireless connection, you need a Wireless LAN USB Device (IEEE 802.11b/g/n compliant) or a 3G/4G/LTE Modem.
Sony Product Wireless LAN USB Device IFU-WLM3(2.4GHz) or CBK-WA02 (2.4GHz and 5GHz) are recommended.
Smartphone or Tablet
To view a streaming content, a terminal (a Smartphone or a Tablet) and an application software (Content Browser Mobile) are required.
(Content Browser Mobile)
Application Software to use with Smartphone or Tablet.
Need a media compatible with (*1)
Other than the mentioned above, need a system to connect to an On-Premises Server or a Sony's recommended Cloud Service if transferring the file.
Need a contract to a carrier in order to use via Wireless LAN/3G/4G/LTE. The availability of USB Dongles vary across countries/areas. A Wireless LAN USB Device and a 3G/4G/LTE Modem cannot be used simultaneously for File Transfer function.