Aaton’s eagerly anticipated new Cantar-X3 audio recorder premiered in prototype at the AFC Micro Salon in Paris.
This successor to the Cantar-X2 has a new GUI and display designed by Transvideo. It promises more inputs and tracks, has a water resistant and dust proof housing, and color-coded controls.
Pre-orders begin after NAB2014 for delivery later this year.
(Aaton is now Aaton Digital, and was acquired by Transvideo last year.)