06.15.2006 11:57 AM
Anton/Bauer Chosen as Standard for Grass Valley Infinity Series
Anton/Bauer announced that it has been chosen as the factory-preferred battery system for the new Grass Valley Infinity Series digital media camcorders, worldwide. Grass Valley will be offering these revolutionary cameras equipped with the Gold Mount Professional battery Snap-On by Anton/Bauer, specially configured for different customer focused applications.

The broad range of power choices from Anton/Bauer utilizes all three major chemistries in a wide variety of sizes, weights, and performance to address the operational needs of every video professional, standard-definition to high-definition (SD/HD), complementing the “Power of Choice” strategy of the Grass Valley Infinity Series.

These Power Systems, available through Anton/Bauer’s distribution network, consist of one that is ideal for a full day of fast-paced ENG, another that is particularly lightweight and compact for EFP, and a third that is tailored for an extra long day of ENG or EFP operation. All feature Anton/Bauer digital batteries with the exclusive Realtime display--on the battery and in the Infinity Series viewfinder, Camera Status Display and Color LCD Sidepanel display--so the shooter always knows how much runtime the battery has left.

For over 35 years Anton/Bauer has set the standard for battery systems in the broadcast and video production industry. Chosen by the top broadcasters, production, rental and video professionals in more than 150 countries, Anton/Bauer continues to innovate performance power solutions for the latest developments in digital video--from DV to HD--and the professionals that use them.

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