Skaarhoj Mini Fly – The Swiss Army knife of controllers
The super compact and super flexible Mini Fly is perfect for small live productions, supporting up to six cameras, audio monitoring and transitions. And the six four-way buttons with OLED displays extend its power beyond imagination.
Mini Fly Key Features
- RGB multi-level metering LEDs for VU, tally or step indication
- Programmable four-way buttons with crisp OLED displays
- Multi-level shift key with step indicator
- Custom moulded RGB backlit keys
- LED bar for transition position and VU metering
- Smooth transition fader and Cut/Auto button
- 1/4″-20 thread at bottom for mounting clamps
- Slim, ergonomic console form factor
- Ethernet with PoE (IEEE802.3af)
- UniSketch OS
|Our graphical OLED displays support buttons, knobs and faders with dynamic labels. The combine large, bold labels with unprecedented levels of detail using titles, icons and scales to enrich the main content.They automatically draw information from the connected devices or you can type in your own labels or upload graphics. Found everywhere in many sizes and dimensions on SKAARHOJ controllers.|
|One cable carries power and the signals for as many devices as you control. Your switcher, video router, recording deck, your cameras even. The future is IP, while legacy serial systems can typically be supportedby end-point converters which is often more convenient anyway. And Power over Ethernet (IEEE802.3af) unclutters your desk nicely.|
|RGB backlight and LED bars is not just impressive and soothing. It’s also super practical to colour code sections based on their assigned functionality. This provides the operator with instinctive clues which canbe the critical difference between success and failure. Colours can be assigned manually and SKAARHOJ panels are dimmable.|
Think of SKAARHOJ broadcast controllers like modern computers; they come in form factors like desktop, notebook, tablet and yet they run the same operating system enabling individual use through installation of apps from online repositories. Likewise all variants of SKAARHOJ controllers run the UniSketch OS connected to a growing “app store” of broadcast device support.
UniSketch OS goes hand in hand with our online repo, CORES.SKAARHOJ.COM. On this server we store UniSketch OS, the newest device cores and your unique controller configuration in a database. When you connect your controller to CORES.SKAARHOJ.COM, you receive a uniquely created firmware with exactly the features you asked for.