03.21.2002 12:00 AM
Innovision Debuts CAMS MD Remote Camera Head
InnoVision Optics recently introduced the CAMS MD Remote Camera Head, a modular and flexible camera tracking system. It is built to be lightweight, compact and easy to set up.

The system is designed for use on jib arms, cranes, overhead or on floor rails. The robotic equipment provides complex remote pan, tilt and tracking shots, and is capable of 360-degree camera rotation. Operators can control the master head with several panhandles, handwheels or a joystick while viewing shots on a video monitor. It uses only a standard telephone type cable

The CAMS MD 15-pound slave head is compatible with most portable cameras. It employs a multicamera drive feature that allows for several cameras to be linked and operated simultaneously. Camera movements can be stored and repeated.

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