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WORLD NEWS Ultra motion for every occasion I -MOVIX will debut the new X10+ real time continuous ultra-motion system at NAB 2013, alongside its sister the X10, first seen at IBC 2012. The only cameras capable of capturing continuously at 10x normal speeds, both X10 and the new X10+ allow broadcasters unprecedented scope for integrating ultra-motion into the production toolkit. The industrys first continuous ultra-motion system, X10 offers 10x super slow motion capture in full HD resolution but can be used like any standard broadcast camera, since it records continuously, unlike high-speed camera systems that require an internal memory management process. Developed in partnership with EVS, X10 is combined with the EVS XT3 production server under LSM control. The new Hocus Products Axis1 fitted and working on an Arri Alexa Studio camera mounted wth a Panavision Series G Anamorpic lens New remote focus system UK based Hocus Products will launch a totally new advanced Wireless Remote Follow Focus system for cine lenses, the Axis1 at NABthis year. Production has already started and the first units will ship towards the end of April. Company MD and system designer Peter Hoare said The Axis1 is the most advanced single channel remote focus system out there, at any price. Our motor control and drive electronics surpass all the competition. This new product is designed specifically for the top movie production market where good design, reliability and ease of use are paramount. The system is built to be simple, straightforward, robust and easy to use there are no silly features and nothing that you need to get the manual out for rental companies have tried it and already love it! Expanding mini server lineup Sonnet have introduced the xMac(TM) mini Server 2H, a second model of the company’s xMac mini Server Thunderbolt-to-PCI Express(R) (PCIe(R)) expansion system and 1U rackmount enclosure for a Mac(R) mini with a Thunderbolt(TM) port. The new xMac mini Server 2H enables the use of two half-length, full-height PCIe cards, allowing users to select from and install the majority of Thunderbolt-compatible cards into either slot. The original xMac mini Server accommodates one full-length, full-height PCIe card and one half-length, half-height (low-profile) card. TV-BAY MAGAZINE | 07 TV-BAY076APR13.indd 7 26/03/2013 16:46