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11.C78 Hague to launch new remote control power head 8.E29 PHABRIX moves again C oping with growth has seen PHABRIX move four times in as many years - this time to its new purpose built headquarters building in Thatcham Berkshire. With over 1000 sq. metres of space the new building has been designed to accommodate up to 80 staff as PHABRIX continues to increase its innovative product range. To celebrate a successful move, customers, clients, family and friends were invited to an opening party where over 150 guests enjoyed a guided tour of the facility along with some celebratory drinks. With IBC approaching PHABRIX is focussing on the promotion of Qube Cinema shows uncompressed 4K IMB Q ube Cinema will show visitors to IBC how its Quad 3G interface for digital cinema projectors facilitates digital intermediate and D-cinema 26 | TV-BAY MAGAZINE its highly successful Sx hand held range with another special chassis on view at IBC to celebrate its sales success. The addition of Dolby toolsets on the hand held are set to make a significant impact at IBC. The revolutionary PHABRIX Rx rack mount modular range will also be on show. The Rx2000 integral dual screen 2U rack mount will be displayed making full use of its unique HDMI output providing a multi viewer of instruments a feature shared with the Rx1000 1U, and the half rack Rx500 rasterizers. Each chassis can take a range of modules with the Rx2000 and Rx1000 providing up to 8 simultaneous channels for T&M more than any other solution available. www.phabrix.com mastering workflows. The Qube XP-I server can stream uncompressed 4K data, as well as compressed DCP images, directly to a projector through a 4K Xi Integrated Media Block (IMB) featuring the Quad 3G interface. Post facilities can now use the same server- projector setup for both 7.F45 H ague Camera Supports are due to launch the highly anticipated PH200 Pro Remote Pan & Tilt Power Head at IBC 2012. For several years jib operators have been clamouring for a quick and powerful power head unit that can support a decent camera weight yet is still affordable. The exact price has not yet been confirmed but it is expected to be half the price of some of Hague’s nearest rivals and certainly worth a trip across to the Hague Camera Supports stand (11. C78). The head is ideal for use on jibs, such as the Hague K12 Multi Jib (pictured), or on tripods and has variable speed as well as a joystick remote. Supporting cameras up to 5kg in weight it is ideal for most professional handheld camcorders and DSLR camera set-ups. For a sneak preview of their products visit www.haguecamerasupports. com. All products can be purchased online at www.cameragrip.co.uk which will ship direct to the customer worldwide. HD-4K uncompressed color grading and 2K-4K digital cinema playback for comprehensive review and quality control. www.qubecinema.com.