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NEWS IBC 2014
Stand RAI Amsterdam
Conference 11-15 September 2014
Exhibition 12-16 September 2014
11.D30 Miller Fluid Heads
M iller Fluid Heads (Europe) Ltd., a leader in the
production of innovating camera support solutions,
reels with enthusiasm as it prepares for the European
leg of its 60th anniversary celebration at IBC 2014.
Continuing its professional progression in supplying the
film and television industries with revolutionary high-end
tripods and fluid heads, the Australia-based camera
support solutions company will introduce its new Cineline
70 Fluid Head to the European market at the show.
Since Millers launch 60 years prior, the company has
delivered more than 100,000 tripods and fluid heads,
acquired several patents and won numerous awards for
its exceptional quality and design, says Mike Lippmann,
European manager, Miller Fluid Heads (Europe) Ltd. We
look forward to celebrating our 60th anniversary at IBC
and are thrilled to be introducing our new Cineline 70
Fluid Head, with its smooth, advanced precision fluid
drag control and perfect diagonal drag transition, to the
K-Technologies has once again upped the
functionality of its competitively priced DK
T7 audio, loudness and logging meter by adding
Loudness Automation, a software update that is free
of charge to existing and future DK T7 users.
On show at IBC 2014 this latest upgrade is based on
SMPTE timecode and allows the DK T7 to instantly
recalculate the Integrated Loudness value up to
four hours back in time. For audio engineers, this
exceptionally useful time saving function is a major
improvement as it means they no longer have to re-run
programme material to hit their Loudness target value.
rgosy, a leading international supplier of HD broadcast cables and studio
infrastructure products, will demonstrate the latest in its range of fibre
management solutions and data cables at IBC2014.
Leading the display at IBC2014 will be the Neutrik opticalCON advanced tactical
fibre assemblies, including the opticalCON Duo, opticalCON Quad and the debut
of the latest addition to the range, the opticalCON MTP® connection systems.
The MTP offers a 12-channel fibre optic connection system for point-to-point
multi-channel routing with a push/pull connector that helps to reduce rigging
and de-rigging times in the field. Its innovative spherical shutter is easy to clean
and guarantees low maintenance. As well as being easily deployable, the MTP
connection system offers a reliable, end-to-end solution with rugged outer-jackets
for harsh environments making it an ideal solution for outside broadcast applications.
V iaccess-Orca, a global leader in the protection and enhancement of content
services, will demonstrate how broadcasters and content service providers
can deliver the ultimate content experience to viewers on multiple devices.
Viaccess-Orca’s vision to engage viewers starts with protecting premium content,
continues with enabling smooth delivery of content to users -- at any time, on any
device, and personalizing the content according to users’ preferences -- and ends
with an immersive user experience.
During a series of live demonstrations at IBC, Viaccess-Orca will highlight its
proven solutions, which major content service providers around the world are
currently using to provide an engaging experience for viewers.
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