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Camera Corps C amera Corps is announcing a major new addition to its range of speciality cameras. The MeerCat fulfils the need for a very high quality miniature HD broadcast camera which can be mounted practically anywhere without being visible to other cameras or to an audience. Developed in response to demand from sports, reali- ty-television and stage-show producers, the MeerCat is housed in a metal case with a very small footprint, 30 x 30 mm, and is only 93 mm in height. Lens protrusion is just 25 mm. High quality NF-mount lenses are available. “The MeerCat has been trialed with outstanding success during a series of major international sports events prior to its official launch,” says Camera Corps’ Business Development Director, Shaun Glanville. “It is based on a new imager which delivers video with very wide dynamic range, low noise and excellent colour rendition.” www.cameracorps.co.uk NETIA A t BroadcastAsia NETIA will highlight an array of new product features and functions that not only stream- line the sharing of content among production sites, but also enrich the use of metadata in media asset manage- ment. The company will showcase enhancements that improve users’ multimedia production capabilities, as well as their mobile and remote production workflows. NETIA also will demonstrate its ability to integrate com- plex production ecosystems and simplify the publishing of content and data to the second screen. www.netia.com • • • • • •