05.05.2005 03:28 PM
Originally featured on BroadcastEngineering.com
Fujinon unveils pan, tilt system for Sony HDC-X300

The EPT-7G-H2A pan/tilt camera system includes an RS-485 interface and a pan range of 300 degrees.
Fujinon has introduced the EPT-7G-H2A pan/tilt camera system, designed for Sony’s HDC-X300 half-inch HD camera.

When used with Fujinon’s EOP-102J-60B four-head controller, it enables remote control over major features of the HDC-X300, including black balance, white balance, shutter speed, gain adjustment and color bars.

The pan/tilt system includes an RS-485 interface and a pan range of 300 degrees. It pans at 25 degrees a second and tilts at 20 degrees a second. Camera positions can be preset and stored before production begins, but all positions and the shot list can be adjusted as needed once production begins. It features a load capacity of 8.8lb and a DC servo drive system.

For more information, visit www.fujinonbroadcast.com.

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