Prosup Introduces TED, the Tango Electronic Drive for Camera Support

Prosup, an Amsterdam-based producer of light-weight camera support systems, has introduced TED — the Tango Electronic Drive — that allows camera operators to make smoother captures with pre-set positions.

Developed by Dutch owner Eric Steenvoorden in his Prosup development center, TED can be retrofitted on the existing Tango Slider System, which offers smooth and stable shots due to the special wheels.

TED

TED

TED is equipped with an electrical drive, which allows cameramen to make smooth captures, pre-set positions, time laps and use the Tango remotely by use of a hand control.

TED will be shown at IBC – the International Broadcast Convention show at the RAI in Amsterdam from Sept. 14 to 18, 2018.

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