08.19.2005 11:41 AM
Sachtler to premiere new camera support systems at IBC2005


All products in the Artemis family offer modular construction, metric dimensions, and are fully upgradeable.
Sachtler will introduce its Artemis DV Pro camera stabilizing system at the IBC conference in Amsterdam next month. The new model offers the same functionality as the larger Artemis EFP, Artemis EFP Pro, Artemis Cine and Artemis Cine HD systems.

All products in the Artemis family offer modular construction, metric dimensions, and are fully upgradeable.

Sachtler will also present its new wireless Studio Control System. Based on a PDA, the new control system features a modular infrastructure, convenient user management and a graphical interface.

All motorized Sachtler suspension equipment and the new Pilot automated luminaire can be controlled and programmed via the PDA. Operated within a wireless LAN (WLAN/WiFi), the control system is available for use with a consumer PDA, with the high-end version running on a rugged, industrial PDA. The new wireless studio control system can operate as a stand-alone version, or in conjunction with existing Sachtler studio controls.

For more information, visit www.sachtler.com.

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