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Specialist Cameras Bradley Engineering will show a new remote control mini HD camera at IBC (11.F41) designed for use on goalposts or within nest boxes. ELKAM is shaped like an elbow, has a full HD MOS sensor and features a 100-degree wide angle lens. The Brockenhurst-based firm will also show the RD12 camera-back receiver which operates with Sony, Ikegami, Panasonic and Bradley cameras to provide CCU control for Iris, Tally, Red Gain, Blue Gain and Pedestal. www.bradeng.com Broadcast RF is using IBC to show off a new version of its head-mounted wireless camera system for sports referees. The updated Refcam features a tiny new camera with an HD-SDI output that feeds directly to a transmitter. It is supplied with full remote camera control for picture, exposure and colour matching. The transmitter is a Cobham NANO HD. www.broadcastrf.com and virtual reality products for OB, studio and field production. www.shotoku.co.uk Cameragrip has re-launched its website. The new portal features a wider variety of products than its predecessor and has a new clean and crisp look that is said to make navigation easier and allow users to focus on the products. The mobile compatible site also incorporates a streamlined checkout process and customer accounts can be created for regular users. www.cameragrip.com Acquisition Editec has taken delivery of the X10 Ultra HD 4K high-speed camera system from Belgium’s I-MOVIX. The Ultra Slo-Mo device is capable of shooting 4k up to 1000fps using the I-MOVIX control panel or with an XT3 server direct streaming at 100fps. www.editecuk.com KITPLUS - THE TV-BAY MAGAZINE: ISSUE 93 SEPTEMBER 2014 | 7