12.02.2009 01:50 PM
TV Azteca adds Shotoku camera support

TV Azteca, in Mexico City, has selected Shotoku Broadcast Systems’ TP-64 VR pedestal for studio production and a companion tripod for portable field use, both fitted with virtual studio-enabled TU-03AVR pan/tilt heads. The Shotoku systems' precision encoders will provide TV Azteca's Vizrt graphics creation systems with fast and accurate camera-positioning data.



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