08.20.2004 12:00 AM
Vinten to Showcase Manual and Robotic Products at IBC2004
Vinten will showcase its latest broadcast products at IBC2004 next month in Amsterdam.
The Quattro-S is a compact pedestal designed for multi-camera studio locations. It uses the same column design from its predecessor, the Quattro.

At IBC, Vinten will also showcase its Vector 900, 450 and HDT tripods. The 900 and 450 pan and tilt heads have a tilt range of ± 90 degrees, retractable carry handle and an LCD multifunction display. The HDT-1 and HDT-2 tripods have a carrying handle, leg markings for repeatable height positioning and a new single piece mid-level spreader.

The U.K-based company will demo its new TCPi robotic camera control tool that provides a visual display with an interactive touch screen. Features include unlimited one-touch shot storage. Networking TCPi enables multi-operator and multilocation control of local and remote camera installations.

Vinten will be in Booth 11.520 at IBC2004, Sept. 10-14. For more information, visit http://www.ibc.org/

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