02.19.2004 12:00 PM
Originally featured on BroadcastEngineering.com
Vinten, Radamec merge, show combined product line at NAB

Vinten's AutoCam and Radamec's Robotic systems have merged.

Vinten will show a wide range of robotic camera control solutions, including the high-end Series 200 controller, the new TCPi Linux-based control system and the very latest Scenario XR Virtual Studio System.

Featured on the show floor will be:

  • The radical Lynx controller and Predator pan and tilt head providing remote control of cameras for difficult and fast action applications;

  • The new manual Vector 900IT pan and tilt head for precision camera tracking in virtual studio applications;

  • The AutoCam SP2000 robotic pedestal and ACS-200 control system and the RPA-2 robotic pedestal and Linux-based TCPi control system for local and wide area studio network applications;

  • BCP and SCP MkII control systems for local control of a wide range of robotic pan and tilt heads and elevators.

For more information, visit booth SU9643 or go to www.vinten.com.

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