Vinten Radamec demonstrates Fusion Range at IBC
Radamec, providers of robotic camera support systems, is
demonstrating the latest, most cost-effective systems available to the broadcasting
industry at IBC 2007. On display is a selection of highly sophisticated, new
products for the widely acclaimed
Range, which utilize some
of the most advanced camera support technology in the world.
New Products Debut at IBC
Major new products from Vinten Radamec make their international debut at IBC
2007. The Fusion FCS16 Control System is premiering globally, while the Fusion
FBH175 Bolt-on Height Drive and the Fusion FHR100 Robotic Only Head are being
Europe for the first time.
The new Fusion FCS16 from Vinten Radamec is a radical new concept in control
systems. It is the first system ever to be able to offer full touch
screen control for up to 16 cameras from a single panel. The industry standard
is usually up to 9 cameras.
Although a leap forward in functionality, the Fusion FCS16 Control system is
still compact, requiring the same footprint space as its closest predecessor,
the Shot Control Panel from Radamec.
The Fusion FCS16 offers complete backward compatibility with previous Radamec
and Autocam systems. This enables broadcasters to make the move into
robotics on a gradual, extremely cost effective basis, without having to
upgrade an entire system in a single investment.
Team with New Fusion FHR100 & FBH175
The Fusion FCS16 Control System can be teamed directly with companion Fusion
range products, including the new Fusion FHR100 Robotic Only Head and the
Fusion FBH175 Bolt-on Height Drive.
This combination provides an effective robotic camera support system able to
deliver the best in high quality programming at an affordable price. It
also allows for future expansion with the option to add other robotic systems
in line with the customer’s changing needs.
For further information on the new Fusion FCS16 Control System; the Fusion
FHR100 Robotic Only Head and Fusion FBH175 Bolt-on Height Drive or the complete
range of Fusion robotic camera support systems and accessories, go to www.vintenradamec.com
or come to Stand 9.440 at IBC 2007.