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Mo-Sys Launch U50 Remote Camera Control Head for Box Lenses Posted: 02/06/2020
Mo-Sys Launch U50 Remote Camera Control Head for Box Lenses

Mo-Sys Engineering, a global leader in real time camera tracking and remote systems, today announced the launch of U50. Designed and manufactured during the lockdown period, the U50 is a heavy-duty remote head that enables camera operators to safely return to work and control the biggest box lenses and heaviest broadcast camera set-ups remotely.

Offering the ultimate for camera remote control and remote production, U50 combats the current challenges and unique requirements in the Covid-19 affected world. Making it possible to operate large box lenses and cameras remotely, U50 achieves the same precision and agility when camera operators are controlling manually and on-site. With no other remote head capable of smoothly and quickly operating box lenses and with on-site production crews dramatically decreasing, this innovation offers a new solution to tackle current challenges.

Danny Zemanek, Freelance Camera Operator explained, “Previously remote production technology was an additional cost for broadcasters, but now it is essential to ensure camera operators can work safely. The U50 remote head from Mo-Sys represents a new way that operators can control big box lenses with the same precision and agility that we have come to expect.”

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Bluebell Opticom Accepts Emmy Award for SDI-Over-Fibre Technology at April Awards Ceremony Posted: 08/05/2018
Bluebell Opticom Accepts Emmy and reg; Award for SDI-Over-Fibre Technology at April Awards Ceremony

Bluebell Opticom Ltd., provider of innovative fibre optic solutions for fixed and remote applications, has been presented with an Emmy® Award from the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences (NATAS) for pioneering development of SDI over fibre optic networks. The company’s managing director, Paul Felix McCann, accepted the award at the 69th Annual Technology & Engineering Emmy Awards ceremony in Las Vegas during the 2018 NAB Show in April.

Tags: Bluebell Opticom | fibre optic links | media delivery | high-bandwidth signal transport | Emmy Awards
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