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NEWS CAPTURE & PRODUCE Batteries PAG will feature its new L90 Slim battery at NAB (booth C5046) and give debuts to new 4-position chargers that are available in Gold Mount and V-Mount formats. The PAG L90 Slim offers a low- profile form factor and lightweight construction, which is said to make it ideal for use with small cameras such as the ARRI Alexa Mini, especially when mounted to gimbals or drones. It measures 140 x 85 x 35mm, weighs 0.5kg, has a capacity of 90Wh and features high-capacity Li-Ion cells. Expected to ship to coincide with NAB, the battery has been designed to withstand the vibration associated with multi-rotor aerial platforms, and incorporates an orientation-sensing numeric Run-Time and Capacity Display that adjusts automatically, based on the battery’s orientation, to ensure legibility. RF New Office Picture Canning North opened for business in 2004 and has since been successfully providing equipment, transport, crew and technical support to the film and tv industry in the North East of England. Now in 2016, under the name, Picture Canning, Company director Jamie Hutchinson is proud to announce the opening a London office in Park Royal, NW10. Company director Jamie Hutchinson said “We want to thank everyone for their support and we’re looking forward to working with clients old and new whether it be in the North or the South”. Tripods Miller Camera Support will showcase its new Combo Live Pedestal Series and hand an American debut to the Compass 23 Fluid Head at NAB (booth C7920). Charles Montesin, global sales and marketing manager, Miller Camera Support said: “Our products feature the ‘right feel,’ with their smooth starts and stops and quick setup, that consumers in the broadcast industry have come to expect. We also plan to unveil several new product ranges and technological advancements during the show that will be sure to leave a lasting impression.” 8 | KITPLUS - THE TV-BAY MAGAZINE: ISSUE 112 APRIL 2016 Wisycom will showcase the MTP41S Pocket Wireless Transmitter at NAB (booth C1339). Taking all of the features from the MTP40S, the MTP41S is smaller and lighter and includes an integrated hardware limiter, which acts as a variable attenuator, maintaining a distortion less than 0.3 percent without losing quality. “The 50mW output power of the MTP41S now offers best-in- class functionality in today’s tough RF environments,” said Massimo Polo, sales and marketing director, Wisycom. “These new advancements, combined with Wisycom’s leading RF technology, offer the customer and talent the smallest, most progressive transmitter on the market today.”