New Equipment: Mozegear Qbit XL Timecode Box

Since the introduction of the Mozegear TIG Q28 timecode box  I have been a big supporter of the company and its timecode products. They are cost effective, solid, easy to use and have user replaceable batteries. With the current hostile RF landscape I am not in favor of having active timecode boxes that require either a WIFI or Bluetooth link. The TIG Q28 have been very solid for me my only criticism of the boxes is only being able to get around 13 hours with Eneloop rechargeable AAA so with the occasional long day I would have to change the batteries or use alkaline AA. With the Qbit XL that is no more with a built in user replaceable NP-50 battery you can get up to 30 hours on a single charge via the Hirose charging port. The size and weight of these new boxes is great too. So if your looking for a small simple timecode solution and cost effective timecode solution you should check these out They come in either BNC or Lemo 5 Pin