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compare with Sony MKS-8050 and EDITWARE'S fastrack

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dhjkx
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HI:
Now I want to select the linear edit suite, it should be include EVS(2),DOREMI MCS(1), HDCAM VTR(2),video switcher, audio mixer. I am hesitant about between Sony MKS-8050 and EDITWARE'S fastrack. could you list the comparison between the above product?

Philip Boal
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I currently edit with the Accom Axial 3000 and I consider it a great on-line editor. Previously, I considered the Sony 9100 the best and the GVG 251 before that. One of the really nice things about the Axial is the interface, you get thumbnail videos on your screen of your sources. Also, we have 2 DDR attached to the suite so I am never short of sources to roll. my 2 cents. Phil Boal By the way the Quantel Editbox was awesome, but not very practical in these days of tight budgets and needing more storage space.
jedimaster
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You might want to consider The Axial editor from Accom. I just built two linear edit suites very simular to what you describe and chose the Axial. Call my cell 310 930 2724 or email me and we can talk further. Jason Savitt Tennis Channel