Vinten Radamec will unveil the prototype of a new robotic pan and tilt head suitable for remote applications at NAB 2011.
The Fusion FHR-35 will be a compact, lightweight robotic head capable of supporting camera and lens packages, up to 16kg, in remote locations where the pan and tilt head needs to be as unobtrusive as possible, such as parliaments.
It will incorporate Vinten Radamec’s Ethernet technology, which enables simple and straightforward set up in broadcasters’ existing infrastructures. The FHR-35 will be shown with the Vinten Radamec Legislative Control System to demonstrate a full system setup offering multi-user, multi-facility control of cameras, CCU controls and robotic devices, and rapid, accurate shot acquisition. It will be similar to the FHR-120VR (pictured above on a FP-188VR pedestal).
By David Fox