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NEWS CAPTURE & PRODUCE Camera support Adorama has expanded its Flashpoint ZeroGrav stabilizer line with the addition of the 2-Axis Digital Gyro Stabilizer. Featuring the latest gyroscope accelerometer grip, Gyro is compatible with DSLRs and the Blackmagic Cinema Camera and is specially designed to detect a camera’s angular velocity and acceleration in 3D space, calculating its position to provide stability assistance on complicated motion shoots. Master Pan from Konova www.adorama.com CARTONI debuted their new low-cost SMART- PRO & upgraded FOCUS HD “TRUE” Fluid- Heads and STABILO spreader-less 3 stage Carbon Fibre Tripod at IBC 2014. The new STABILIO is a compact and lightweight (3kg) spreader-less 3-stage, carbon fi bre tripod that folds to only 63.5cm making it perfect for carry-on or for backpack use. Its legs extend from 22.5cm in low mode to an amazing 182.5cm in high mode, with leg extension secured by three rotating easy-grips that can be set to three different angles, eliminating the need for a spreader to maintain position. Flashpoint ZeroGrav MTF lens adapters www.octica.tv Peripherals Unveiled at IBC 2014, the Master Pan from Konova is an add-on for all current and existing K-Series sliders (K3, K5 & K7) that pans the camera automatically as you slide. AJA Video Systems has revealed the list of third-party camera accessory developers that are supporting its new CION camera. Included is Alphatron with its electronic viewfi nder (EVF-035W-3G) and a full line of accessories including matte boxes, follow focusses, camera plates and a pedestal. At the same time MTF has announced a host of new lens adapters: Nikon/G, Canon EF, Canon EF (electric), Canon FD, ARRI Bayonet and an optical B4 to CION package. The other developers working on CION enabled gear are Wooden Camera, Vocas and Zacuto. With the Master Pan installed, users can chose between two modes of operation. The fi rst is inward panning that can be used to automatically keep a pre-determined subject in frame whilst sliding, creating a ‘parallax’ effect. The second is outward panning that allows users to capture an entire scene or landscape with one sweeping shot. www.octica.tv www.aja.com Searching? broadcast cameraman Search with full details of hundreds of GTC accredited Camera Operators, Lighting Cameramen, DoPs and specialist cameramen, why go anywhere else? www.gtc.org.uk/search 10 | KITPLUS - THE TV-BAY MAGAZINE: ISSUE 94 OCTOBER 2014 TV-BAY094OCT14 v118.indd 10 07/10/2014 15:37 TV