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DRONES EQUIPMENT CASES K-Tek has launched the Gizmo Bag Set, a trio of multi- purpose cases that have been designed for organising cables, adapters, wireless audio transmitters, batteries, tape rolls and other peripherals and accessories. Available in three sizes, the Gizmo bags have transparent sides to allow for quick identification of contents. K-Tek is known for its microphone boom poles, mounts and the Stingray audio harness and mixer bags. All three Gizmo bags feature dual wrap-around zippers and Stingray’s familiar black exteriors and orange fabric interiors. Each bag also has outside straps that can unsnap to connect the bags to the common Molle attachment system, which also comes standard on all Stingray Audio Bags. K-Tek has also reintroduced the boom pole accessory, the K-Tek Klassic Counterweight, which was previously also known as the Hodges Weight. YI Technology used CES to unveil the YI 4k+, an action camera that can capture 4k resolution video at 60 frames per second (fps), and gave the YI Erida tricopter its maiden US flight. “2016 has been a whirlwind of product launches including several new action and home security cameras, the YI Erida Drone, our first mirrorless camera the YI M1, as well as an exciting partnership with Google to develop a virtual reality camera rig,” said Sean Da, chief executive of YI Technology. “As a challenger brand in the changing imaging technology market, we are constantly looking for ways to push the boundaries and set new standards for the global industry.” The Erida drone was created in conjunction with aerospace engineers and software developers from Atlas Dynamics. PANTILT HEADS Rushworks, the software development company, has appointed AV Group Technologies as its distributor in Australia and New Zealand. Following the agreement, AV Group Technologies will introduce Rushworks’ PTX Universal PanTilt heads to television stations, multi-channel play out providers, outside broadcast companies, production houses, telcos, and educational groups operating in the Asia Pacific region. The PTX works with robotic lighting and video control and is compatible with standalone cameras and camcorders that support LANC control including those from AJA, ARRI, Blackmagic, Canon, GoPro, JVC, Marshall, Panasonic, RED and Sony. • Blackmagic ATEM Contro l • Audio-over-IP Networkin g • Immersive Monitoring • Processing • MADI Routing • Mixing BVE 2017 Stand F30 - - 01296 681313 KITPLUS - THE TV-BAY MAGAZINE: ISSUE 121 January 2017 | 7