THIS DEVICE IS NO LONGER IN PRODUCTION.
Features: 9 tap fx keys & a global fx control knob.
The BPMC Fritz Telegraph mini is a compact percussive organic video corruption and de-enhancement device. It relies on analog video circuitry (The Solidex Excel) and contains a slew of tap-able sync distortion FX, color skews & trace/feedback effects. Easily the dirtiest thing I make, it was designed to fulfill the needs of scrambled porn enthusiasts the world over. The percussive element gives artists a unique way to perform video. The keys are flexible and very responsive. Some keys, while producing a solid connection, offer up a little bit of body conductivity upon subtle touch (sans connection being made). The global FX knob (the original onboard video enhancement knob) adds a bit of additional variation to certain effects. It is more pronounced on some keys rather than others. The telegraph mini is potent, portable and destructive.
The Mini was available in super limited quantity. Around twenty five of these were made.