Telemetrics to demo latest camera control systems at NAB Show
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Stop by Booth C9138 and get a hands-on demo of our latest products and systems, some of which won awards last year.
This year the company is showcasing new enhancements to the innovative OmniGlide Roving Platform, which won Best of Show last year — including an advanced positioning system; the S5 series of servo-controlled pan-tilt heads (Best of Show 2017); the entry-level RCCP-M Remote Camera Control Panel; the Televator series of remote controlled elevating camera pedestals; and the TG4 TeleGlide Camera Track System.
Whether leveraging special machine-learning algorithms and advanced facial recognition technology, or robust servo-mechanical motors, all of our products are designed to support a myriad of workflows by providing ultra-smooth motion, quiet operation, advanced automation features and exceptionally high mechanical precision that is well suited for space-limited automated production studios and virtual set systems.
Telemetrics is also planning an expanded booth size and will showcase several recently introduced products to demonstrate, including new enhancements to the OmniGlide Roving Platform and the Remote Camera Control Panel (RCCP-1A). In the Telemetrics booth you’ll also see augmented reality graphics from Vizrt (Booth SL3316) running on an RCCP-1A control panel.
Telemetrics S5 Robotic Pan Tilt heads and Televator Elevating Pedestal products will also be proudly on display in several partner booths, including those of Canon (Booth C4425), which will show its ME200S-SH Multi-Purpose camera and 18-80mm Compact Servo zoom lens on our PT-HP-S5 pan-tilt head — all controlled by a Telemetrics RCCP-1A control panel. You’ll also see our technology in the booths of CueScript (Booth C2622), Grass Valley (Booth SL106), Ikegami (Booth C7925), Sony (Booth C11001), FOR-A (Booth C5016), and TeleScript (Booth C9032), to name a few.