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KFX Technology collaborates with MYT Works to debut three new products at NAB 2016 Posted: 06/04/2016
KFX Technology collaborates with MYT Works to debut three new products at NAB 2016

KFX CEO Stephen Scammell said KFX Technology  is located in New York but I started in London, designing and building portable motion control equipment that would function reliably in the extreme conditions encountered in BBCs Frozen Planet series. In 2012 I moved my base to New York and subsequently designed the Aurora Remote Head, which has been very successful and has been used in some of Hollywoods blockbuster movies.

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