System.NullReferenceException: Object reference not set to an instance of an object. at DotNetNuke.Framework.DefaultPage.OnLoad(EventArgs e) in e:\websites\tvtechnology.com\public_html\Default.aspx.cs:line 791 Vinten Radamec introduces Fusion robotic and manual pedestal | TvTechnology

Vinten Radamec introduces Fusion robotic and manual pedestal

June 8, 2009

Vinten Radamec, a provider of camera automation and support systems, has introduced the higher precision Fusion FP188 robotic and manual pedestal with switchable operation.

Capable of recognizing compact L-shaped floor targets that offer more precise reference positioning across a wider range of floor finishes, the pedestal also features smoother transition sequencing, unique collision avoidance protection and adjustable bumper sensitivity.

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Despite the reduction in the weight of modern cameras, at least one talent-facing monitor is often attached to the camera head during HD production, alongside more traditional additions such as prompting equipment. Consequently, engineers have equipped the Fusion FP188 with a payload of 187lbs, and added new differential wheel trucks to maximize floor traction and enhance the unit’s shot stability performance.

The pedestal offers a flexible choice for multifunction studios where no-compromise full manual performance — including Vinten’s unique Perfect Balance system — can be selected at the turn of a switch.

Vinten Radamec also has new entry-level Fusion FHR120 robotic-only head, which, due to the absence of the manual changeover mechanism, offers users a lighter, more compact and affordable support system.

As well as delivering broadcast quality movement, the FHR120 can directly drive all full servo broadcast digital lenses from Canon and Fujinon — a feature unique to Vinten Radamec.

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