07.15.2009 01:50 PM
Colem to introduce SNG, wireless camera black spot locator

At IBC2009, Colem will feature its newly developed solution for detecting and avoiding SNG and wireless camera black spots.

This new development for Colem’s Link Camera Control System means that crews can go anywhere in the world and already know the areas to avoid, saving vital setup time.

In addition, the company will highlight a new add-on application for all of its SNG, flyaway and camera systems using Google Maps. Providing those systems with Internet access means broadcasters can find their desired location via an interactive map and zoom in to get a better view of their exact position.

Colem also will showcase its Intelligent Button Control, which simplifies any SNG or flyaway operation.

See Colem at IBC2009 Stand 1.F58b and 6.C28a.

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