As college media departments face the difficult and costly task of covering their sports teams’ practices and games with minimal resources, they are increasingly installing remotely controlled camera systems operated by a single staff member or small production team.
Broadcast Solutions’ Robycam cable-guided camera system is now available with compact 4K cameras. The system is designed to work with robotically controlled cameras, like the Grass Valley LDX C86N camera and Canon CJ12x4.3 lens. Broadcast Products, a division of Broadcast Solutions, is offering the Robycam system for sale and rental.
Mark Roberts Motion Control (MRMC) has launched the company’s latest robotics head software platform using a modular interface.
Mo-Sys Engineering, the London-based developer of StarTracker, will demonstrate its automatic, real-time optical camera tracking system for use in VR and AR production at the 2017 NAB Show.
The Broadcast Bridge spoke with James Eddershaw, new appointed managing director of Shotoku UK to hear the latest products and people news from the robotics and camera support manufacturer. Eddershaw has recently been appointed Managing Director of Shotoku UK, replacing Mike Wolfe, a founder of Shotoku UK, who is assuming the position of Chairman. Eddershaw talked about the robotics market, the resurgence of virtual studios, and introduced some new products.
Bexel will showcase its 15+ years of expertise in RF and wireless system design, including frequency coordination, equipment selection, system design, integration, and training at this year’s NAB show.
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