A plugin brings the synced video into Premiere, yet another instance where the flexible plugin architecture of Premiere puts it ahead of Avid.
There are already a lot of solutions out there for wirelessly dealing with the cabling situation, such as the market leader Teradek and the new player Freecast, but Sling Studio aims to be a solution at indie friendly prices, with a full setup for 3 cameras coming in around 00.
I guess it's to avoid confusion between video-in and video-out, but that would be for really dumb people...
Cameras are a key component of home security, acting as your eyes and ears when you aren't home.
This won't get you through a typical shoot day, however, so you'll need some way to charge at the camera via usb like a D-tap to USB cable or a USB battery pack.
Available now from B&H with the base station at 9 and camera modules for 9.
Since this is a Wi Fi based system, this makes sense, and the stated 300 foot range will make this an ideal tool for recording live concerts, working on a wide open set, or outdoor work.
However, if you are looking for a wireless video tool to work in a dense office environment, with an edit room several rooms away from the stage, this isn't likely isn't the solution for you.
Micro-HDMI is the defacto standard in cameras, not rare at all. You will see mini-HDMI in some graphics cards, but rarely outside that industry.
EDIT: From the pictures I can see this set uses the three HDMI sizes in the market.