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Mo-Sys To Show Spectacular Realtime Augmented Reality At NAB Posted: 09/03/2022
Mo-Sys To Show Spectacular Realtime Augmented Reality At NAB

Mo-Sys Engineering, world leader in virtual and remote production, will expose more of its virtual production technology stack at NAB Show 2022 (Las Vegas Convention Centre, 24 – 27 April), where this year it is co-exhibiting with APG and Fujifilm on stand C6127.

Tags: Mo-Sys | virtual production | NAB | camera tracking | LED | VFX | AR | remote heads | camera plate | VP | robotics
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Mo-Sys Launch U50 Remote Camera Control Head for Box Lenses Posted: 02/06/2020
Mo-Sys Launch U50 Remote Camera Control Head for Box Lenses

Mo-Sys Engineering, a global leader in real time camera tracking and remote systems, today announced the launch of U50. Designed and manufactured during the lockdown period, the U50 is a heavy-duty remote head that enables camera operators to safely return to work and control the biggest box lenses and heaviest broadcast camera set-ups remotely.

Offering the ultimate for camera remote control and remote production, U50 combats the current challenges and unique requirements in the Covid-19 affected world. Making it possible to operate large box lenses and cameras remotely, U50 achieves the same precision and agility when camera operators are controlling manually and on-site. With no other remote head capable of smoothly and quickly operating box lenses and with on-site production crews dramatically decreasing, this innovation offers a new solution to tackle current challenges.

Danny Zemanek, Freelance Camera Operator explained, “Previously remote production technology was an additional cost for broadcasters, but now it is essential to ensure camera operators can work safely. The U50 remote head from Mo-Sys represents a new way that operators can control big box lenses with the same precision and agility that we have come to expect.”

Tags: Mo-Sys | Camera Tracking | Remote Systems | U50 | Remote Head | Camera Control | Box Lenses | Remote Production | Backlash free drives | Telephoto lenses | U-shape space frame | Mo-sys TimeCam | Pan and tilt motors | high bandwidth | robotics | film remote heads
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Camera Corps speciality camera systems capture the action in Delhi Posted: 12/10/2010
Camera Corps speciality camera systems capture the action in Delhi Working in partnership with SIS Live, Camera Corps is providing the speciality camera systems for the 2010 Commonwealth Games in Delhi. A wide range of equipment including remote heads, tracking systems and Q-Ball compact robotic cameras have been supplied. All are being supported and maintained throughout the event by experienced SIS/Camera Corps technicians. 
 
The opening ceremony, held in the massive Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium, was transmitted to a global audience of 3 billion. In addition to this, a further 14 venues are being used around the city. All events are being covered in their entirety in 1080i high-definition.
Tags: speciality cameras | remote heads | tracking systems
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