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KFX Technology to celebrate partnership with camadeus Film Technologies at Cine Gear 2017 and launch new East Coast showroom to sell and distribute KFX and camadeus products Posted: 23/05/2017

At Cine Gear Expo 2017 New York based KFX Technology will celebrate its new partnership with LA based camadeus Film Technologies, also launching a new US East Coast showroom and sales office in New York City. KFX CEO Steve Scammell:  Ive established a base in NYC and we've been successful in selling our high quality engineered products like the Aurora remote head into the film industry here in the USA and in other parts of the world.

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KFX Technology takes its Aurora Remote Head and new products to Cinegear with high end KFX-Ronford Baker Motorized Slider and KFX-MYT new products Velvet Remote Head and Constellation Skater Dolly Posted: 23/05/2016

KFX Technology will show their new high-end product, the KFX-Ronford Baker Motorized Slider at Cinegear Expo 2016 on booth #60C. KFX Technology was chosen by Ronford Baker to collaborate on motorizing their well known sliders after impressing them with the high quality engineering of the KFX Aurora Remote Head. The Aurora Remote Head is precision engineered, easy and intuitive to use, with more than enough power for the most demanding applications, and already has an established success and reputation in the movie industry worldwide. Recent productions include Mission Impossible 5, Spectre, Star Wars the Force Awakens, Insurgent, Daddy's Home and Downton Abbey, Game of Thrones and Victor Frankenstein.

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KFX Technology collaborates with MYT Works to debut three new products at NAB 2016 Posted: 06/04/2016

KFX CEO Stephen Scammell said KFX Technology  is located in New York but I started in London, designing and building portable motion control equipment that would function reliably in the extreme conditions encountered in BBCs Frozen Planet series. In 2012 I moved my base to New York and subsequently designed the Aurora Remote Head, which has been very successful and has been used in some of Hollywoods blockbuster movies.

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KFX Technology debuts high end motorised slider with Ronford Baker at BSC Expo 2016 Posted: 21/01/2016

KFX Technology will launch their new high end motorised slider at the BSC Expo 2016 on the Ronford Baker stand, #209.

KFX Technology was chosen by Ronford Baker to collaborate on motorising their well known sliders after impressing them with the high quality engineering of the KFX Aurora Remote Head. The Aurora head is precision engineered, easy and intuitive to use, with more than enough power for the most demanding applications, and already has an established success and reputation in the movie industry worldwide.

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