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University of North Texas College of Music Chooses Vinten Vantage and and mu;VRC Controller Posted: 25/02/2019
University of North Texas College of Music Chooses Vinten Vantage and and mu;VRC Controller
The world-renowned College of Music at the University of North Texas (UNT) has installed seven Vinten Vantage robotic camera heads, together with the μVRC (microVRC) controller, in the school's Murchison Performing Arts Center building. Provided by Vinten, a world leader in manual and robotic camera support systems, the Vinten Vantage systems give the College of Music recording department a compact, versatile, and cost-effective pan-tilt-zoom (PTZ) solution for capturing and live-streaming performances.
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Career Leap with Sachtler artemis: Workshops for Aspiring Steadi Operators Posted: 07/08/2013
Career Leap with Sachtler artemis: Workshops for Aspiring Steadi Operators
This year, three more artemis workshops will give operators the chance to learn how to use the camera stabilizer systems from operator and artemis developer Curt O. Schaller. The workshops will be held at the Sachtler Academy in Eching near Munich from August 27 to 30, Atomic Imaging Studios in Chicago, from September 25 to 29, and at the RED Studios in Los Angeles, from December 5 to 8. The artemis camera stabilizer systems by Sachtler, part of Vitec Videcom, a Vitec Group company, are known for their modularity, versatility, and individual customization.
Tags: Sachtler | Vitec Videocom | Vitec Group | artemis | camera stabilizer system | Curt O. Schaller | Sachtler Academy | Eching | Chicago | Los Angeles | modularity | versatility | individual customization | steadi operator
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Sachtlers FSB 8 T Goes Off-the-Grid for Mountain Men Shoot Posted: 16/07/2013
Sachtlers FSB 8 T Goes Off-the-Grid for Mountain Men Shoot

The crew at Warm Springs Productions might be laid back and friendly, but when it comes to producing their outdoor reality television and hunting shows, its all professional. We use only the best equipment, and only the best tripods to keep the cameras stable, says equipment manager Mike Schweizer. Thats why we use Sachtler tripods and heads on all our shoots. Theyve been to the deepest swamps and the snowiest peaks. We trust our tripods to keep a steady shot in -50 degrees, in waist-high water and in torrential downpours. Sachtler is part of Vitec Videocom and a Vitec Group company.

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Making demanding web videos around the world with Sachtlers Ace M Posted: 19/04/2013
Making demanding web videos around the world with Sachtlers Ace M

"Nothing is as powerful as an idea whose time has come," thought young filmmakers Paul Jax and Niclas Lffler in the spirit of Victor Hugo and so they started their own film production company We Make Them Wonder in 2012. Their specialty: web videos that stand out from the crowd demanding and creative. With these ideas, they are very successful, and their commissioned work has already taken them to 18 countries. The filmmakers were looking for a handy, lightweight tripod system suited to the budget of the young start-up company; they needed a system with a quick set-up, durability, versatility, intuitive operation, and designed for work with video-enabled DSLR cameras. They chose the Ace M tripod system with mid-level spreader by Sachtler, part of Vitec Videocom, a Vitec Group company.

Tags: Sachtler | Vitec Videocom | Vitec Group | Paul Jax | Niclas Lffler | We Make Them Wonder | lightweight | tripod system | budget | quick set-up | durability | versatility | intuitive operation | video-enabled | DSLR cameras | Ace M | mid-level spreader | Ace 75/2 D | stability | quality | Ace L | extended | payload range | 6 kg | 13 lbs
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