05.01.2013 11:38 AM
Shotoku Enables Virtual Set for Mexico's Grupo Multimedios
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TU-03AVR pan /tilt head
TORRANCE, CALIF. —Grupo Multimedios has purchased Shotoku Broadcast Systems virtual set-enabled jib crane systems.

Two Shotoku model TK-59VR jib cranes equipped with TU-03AVR pan /tilt heads were purchased in conjunction with virtual studio technology from Vizrt to support news coverage of México's 2012 presidential election.

One system was installed at the main studio in Monterrey; the other at Milenio, their full time news channel in the capital. Both Shotoku packages are configured with high precision encoders and a serial position interface that delivers data compatible with common video recording systems to ensure smooth, accurate synchronization of virtual set elements.



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Posted by: Fergok Loftan
Fri, 33-03-2013 02:33 AM Report Comment
I really like this model .Shotoku also manufactures test pieces that meet various standards based on its features ,TK-59VR is the low price and reliable virtual jib crane on the market. chateau a vendre




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