At the 2017 NAB Show, Telemetrics will show the new Televator EP7 Series, available in three sizes to accommodate virtually any camera and height position.
Telemetrics said the EP7 replaces the EP6, and is now available. It can be combined with Telemetrics pan/tilt heads, a studio dolly kit or the TG4/TG4-M TeleGlide camera track systems. The Televator EP7 Series can also be floor mounted or ceiling mounted.
With smooth motion and quiet operation, Telemetrics said the Televator EP7 Series is well suited for virtual set systems.
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