07.09.2008 12:00 AM
Camera Corps heads to Beijing
Camera Corps will be fielding over two hundred HD camera systems, 18 motorised tracking systems, plus remote heads and large camera cranes on behalf of the host broadcaster at the Beijing Olympic Games.

The Shepperton company will supply a fill range of equipment, including high-level cranes, horizontal and vertical tracking cameras, underwater cameras and bull's-eye-mounted archery target cameras, to support HD coverage of the event.

The full inventory of equipment being installed for the event includes high-level cranes, horizontal and vertical tracking cameras, underwater cameras and bull's-eye-mounted archery target cameras.

The output from the 200-plus cameras will be routed to the host broadcaster and used to provide television feeds to the various national broadcasters to provide regional coverage.


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