09.02.2009 10:55 AM
Shotoku to showcase new TR-T/HD touch-screen control system

Shotoku Broadcast Systems will present its recently released TR-T/HD touch-screen control system with new features that include customizable layouts and HD-SDI widescreen options.

The TR-T system controls both Shotoku and third-party robotic camera systems and allows a single operator position to control up to 16 cameras. The TR-T system is available in an optional HD-SDI configuration for compatibility and ease of integration with the latest-generation studio systems.

The new configuration includes HD/SD video capture that provides not only thumbnail shot images, but also live video capture for the “selected camera” TR-T mode.

The company also will feature the Type-S system, a high-capacity remote-control panel that expands to support up to 16 camera channels.

See Shotoku Broadcast at IBC2009 in Stand 11.G30.



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