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Support Protech unveiled their latest ST-7 shoulder mount adaptor at IBC 2015. The ST-7RP200 has been designed in cooperation with Panasonic to work fl awlessly with their new DVX200 camcorder. With the Panasonic DVX200 in its naked form, any prolonged handheld shooting will cause discomfort for the operator in their hand, wrist and arm. By transforming the camera from handheld to a full-sized shoulder mounted setup, much of the weight and strain is supported by the operators’ shoulder – reducing fatigue signifi cantly. Built directly to the back of the ST-7RP200 is an industry standard V-Lock battery mount. In conjunction with the included DC-DVX200 power cable, the camera can be powered using regular V-Lock batteries. For anyone using the Panasonic DVX200 in a mobile, on- the-move environment, the Protech ST-7RP200 provides the solution for both long-term power and prolonged comfort. IDX have a deserved reputation as the premier manufacturer of high quality V-Mount Lithium-ion batteries and charger systems for broadcast and professional use. When looking for a partner to provide support solutions in the UK/ROI, IDX wanted a company that offered safety and reliability fi rst, coupled with technological innovation. Libec established in 1989 meet these criteria and in 2014 launched the LIBBEC ALLEX system to worldwide acclaim. More than just a tripod it offers pan, tilt and slide in one cost effective system. Libec products are now available from the authorised resellers who have supported IDX products over the years, details of which can be found on the IDX website: BROADCAST FIBRE OPTIC SOLUTIONS OB and Field Deployable Applications Caddie-LB 4K BlueLite BC364 Wavelength Mapping ShaxX Power Insertion BN366 4K Fibre Links Infrastructure BC365 12G-SDI BC860/862 Gigabit links A complete range of modular field proven interfaces. From compact stand alone units to complete optical networks. Broadcast Specialists KITPLUS - THE TV-BAY MAGAZINE: ISSUE 106 OCTOBER 2015 | 11