Its radical new design, with a compact, 45-degree frame, allows it to support virtually any broadcast or digital cinematography camera rig for precise movement and stabilization.
The revolutionary aktiv fluid head - with SpeedLevel and SpeedSwap technology - allows camera operators to mount, level and lock the head in seconds and to switch quickly from tripod, slider or hand-held shots in an instant to capture the widest range of shots in the shortest time.
Due to the popularity of Matthews practically-sized 40”x40” Flags and Floppies, the company adds the new Matthshield Floppy to the lineup.
At the U.S. Open Tennis Championships, New York City-based production company hsc.tv produced specialty portraits and player interviews that were used for broadcast elements and stories on ESPN, as well as on social media. While the ESPN U.S. Open assignment is a recurring one for hsc.tv, this year the parameters were decidedly different.
Shotoku Broadcast Systems has announced a smart new feature for its TR-XT control system. AutoFrame adds intelligent automatic face tracking to the TR-XT control system – the centrepiece of the Company’s robotic platform and the choice of broadcast facilities all around the world.
Mo-Sys provided key technology to EVOKE Studios, which allowed it to develop exciting extended reality environments for the performances at this year’s AIM Awards, from the Association for Independent Music, on 12th August 2020.