Telemetrics is showcasing a selection of the company’s leading camera robotics and control products at NAB NY 2016.
Featured products include Telemetrics RCCP-1 Control Panel, which provides a unified command over camera robotics and camera shading, while supporting Telemetrics and most PTZ cameras including those from Canon, Panasonic and Sony.
Also to be demonstrated in the Telemetrics both is the company's powerful Studio Software platforms for studio and legislative chamber applications.
The software enables unlimited programmable shots, shows and cameras. Shot modes include single camera/storyboard mode, all complete with image thumbnails. The robotics positioning and camera settings include camera shading; concurrent control of cameras; and advanced motion record/playback. The Studio Software is also EDCS compatible, which allows database synchronization of shows, shots and camera settings across the enterprise.
Telelmetrics robotic camera control panel software - RCCPO-1-LGS.
Telemetrics is also presenting its innovative PT-LP-S5 Pan/Tilt Head with optional manual override. The S5 has a unique counter balancing system that enables quick, easy, and accurate setup and commissioning. A quick button access enables pan, tilt and pedestal limits to be set directly on the PTZ head, without the need for a control panel. LED indicators provide monitoring capability for Ethernet connectivity, power and load out-of-balance status. System supports direct Ethernet and Wi-Fi with pass-thru and the PT-LP-S5 is virtual set ready.
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