Their original system, Arrow, had been out for a few years now, and while they had introduced a few new products after that, most have been at the higher-end. This new Ace system should have a stronger signal (with likely newer hardware inside) and is built to accommodate a wide range of accessories by having a number of threaded holes built right into the chassis.

Paralinx Ace C300

Here are the specs:

  • Zero-latency (less than 1ms)
  • Range: Up to 300ft/100m
  • Signal Quality: Uncompressed, up to 1080p/60
  • Input/Output: SDI or HDMI
  • Power Input: 7-17v
  • Weight (HDMI): 126g (Tx), 146g (Rx)
  • Weight (SDI): 146g (Tx), 160g (Rx)
  • Tx: 2.6in x 4.7in x 0.6in (6.7cm x 11.9cm x 1.5cm)
  • Rx: 3.4in x 4.5in x 0.6in (8.6cm x 11.5cm x 1.5cm)
  • Availability: September 2015
  • Price: HDMI: Tx Only: $600, Rx Only: $750, One Tx + One Rx: $1,300, One Tx + Two Rx: $2,000
  • Price: SDI: Tx Only: $900, Rx Only: $950, One Tx + One Rx: $1,800, One Tx + Two Rx: $2,700

It will come in two versions, SDI or HDMI:

Paralinx Ace_SDI_Combo

Paralinx Ace_HDMI_Combo

Here's more from Paralinx on the Ace system:

The Paralinx Ace wireless video transmission system is the latest addition to the Paralinx family. Featuring realtime, uncompressed, wireless HD video and available with either SDI or HDMI input/output this compact, rugged, lightweight system is the ultimate short-range wireless solution for professional filmmakers.

The Ace will send uncompressed HD video signals up to 1080p60 with zero-latency up to a maximum range of 300ft/100m. Each transmitter can multicast to up to 4 receivers and receivers can be paired by the user via an onscreen-display. The rugged aluminum and ABS plastic enclosures are lightweight and feature threaded inserts for attaching an onboard battery plate (LP-E6, NP-F, BP-U) or mounting brackets.

Due to the relatively low weight and size, this sort of wireless system is perfect for director's monitors, especially if they'll be relatively close to camera. 

Paralinx Ace+RX_Monitor

Ace should be shipping this month, but you can pre-order now from their website, and it says it will ship in 10-12 business days.

Source: Paralinx