09.18.2003 12:00 PM
Originally featured on BroadcastEngineering.com
Mitcorp supplies Hamlet Adept for Thomas & Friends

The Adept includes 360 vector phase adjustment, chrominance pass, low pass and flat filters, and PAL and NTSC or PAL-M, and NTSC operation.

U.K. broadcast equipment distributor Mitcorp has included the Hamlet Adept multi-format waveform monitor and vectorscope in a packaged system it has supplied to HIT Entertainment.

HIT Entertainment will use Adept for the production of the popular children's series Thomas & Friends.

Hamlet also has delivered eight MS601AX Monitor Scope digital multi-standard measurement and monitoring units to Greek national broadcaster ERT. The units, which were sold by Hamlet's Greek distributor Pierides TechnoSystems, were installed in ERT's Athens production studios for camera control and in the master control room for technical monitoring.

In another move, Philip Humphries has joined Hamlet as U.K. and international sales engineer.

For more information, please visit: www.hamlet.co.uk.

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