Intuitive Aerial to Introduce Newton Lightweight Stabilized Camera Head at 2016 NAB
Intuitive Aerial, a Swedish provider of high performance remote camera systems for the cinema and broadcast market, will show its new Newton lightweight stabilized remote camera head at 2016 NAB.
Intuitive Aerial said Newton has a compact design and state of the art camera stabilization that opens up new perspectives of camera movement in professional broadcast and cinematography.
Currently in use on a variety of productions such as "X Factor" and "Eurovision Song Contest,” the Newton stabilizes cameras to capture steady shots from compact rigs with box-type UHD broadcast cameras and professional cinema cameras with full FIZ (focus, iris, zoom) control when mounted on wire-cam systems, cranes, dollies, rails, motorcycles, jet skis and other vehicle mounts.
Newton works with any compact moving rig where weight and visual footprint need to be minimized.
The company will also show its Aerigon Mk II, the next generation professional remote piloted aerial camera gimbal platform with the power and precision required for pro cinema camera capture. It has a payload capacity that allows the system to be used with virtually any modern production camera and compact pro cinema zoom lens.
In addition, Intuitive Aerial will show Dominion, a multi-function gimbal and camera controller allowing wireless high-precision remote control of both the Aerigon Gimbal and Newton remote head, as well as full camera controls including FIZ (focus, iris, zoom).
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