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Radio cameras bring a live broadcast to life
Tony Valentino Radio cameras bring a live broadcast to life - especially news, sports and studio shows - by their ability to roam around and move in closer to a subject. They capture a more natural spectator's view than a camera that is fixed at one point, and usually get the most intimate shots and the most exciting angles in a production. Today they are indispensable for covering large outdoor events - but if they have a weakness, it is probably the antenna.
Tags: iss120 | bsi | radio camera | ref-cam | wireless | sports | Tony Valentino
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HD Video on your website
N/A Video has become an affordable way to effectively connect with your customers. Whether you are a content producer or equipment manufacturer there are fewer ways to communicate a message more quickly, concisely and with as much impact. This article looks at how the current state of online video, what the opportunity is, and how to get started.
Tags: iss051 | hd video on your website | online video | hd online | youtube | alpha wave media | N/A
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19inch Racking, an evolution
N/A If you have ever worked with 19 racking you probably have the scars to prove it. From its inception in the 1930s to the present day the 19 rack has hardly evolved. Standards organisations, from BSI, ISO ANSI and DIN all have their own take on the 19 rack and, as you all know, you never could get that Dell server in the HP rack.
Tags: mode-al | racking | 19inch | BSI | ISO | ANSI | DIN | bracket | installation | monitor wall | rack | bay | iss041 | N/A
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