07.15.2009 09:46 AM
Shotoku to show new features at IBC2009

Shotoku Broadcast Systems will show its recently released control system at IBC2009. The TR-T touch control screen system will be highlighted alongside the new generation TR-S high-capacity flexible control panel. Both systems can control up to 16 cameras to deliver operational and cost benefits, making them ideal for legislative, parliament or TV studio applications.

The TR-T touch control system is now also available in a 16:9 widescreen configuration and is ideal for use in HD studio environments, integrating with most HD/SDI routers. Further enhancements to the system include a completely configurable screen layout supporting 16 cameras displayed in any configuration to suit the particular requirements of the program.



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