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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NFL Franchise Deploys TVUPack for Live IP Video Streaming Posted: 02/11/2015

TVU Networks, the global technology leader in live IP video solutions, today announced that the NFLs Carolina Panthers have partnered with TVU to deploy TVUPack wireless uplink backpack to provide HD video solutions for the Charlotte, North Carolina-based team. The Panthers deployed TVUPack to capture and transmit professional-quality video from post-game press conferences and interviews, as part their weekly Game Day wrap-up show. After careful evaluation of live mobile video solutions, the Panthers selected TVUPack because of the solutions ease-of-use, low latency and picture quality.

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Sachtlers Video 18 Dutch Fluid Head for Thoughtful University Film Posted: 24/06/2013
"We all have flaws nobody is perfect." Art school graduate Benjamin Pfitzner was guided by this principle during the making of his thesis film George 90°. The film focuses on the cohabitation of handicapped and non-handicapped people, the desire to integrate, and the fallibility of each individual. However, Pfitzner does not rely on tragedy or pity. Using the comedy genre, the every-day problems of a disabled boy are portrayed, which do not differ to those of other teenagers. 19-year-old George is unhappy with himself. He would prefer to be somebody else. The reason: His cervical spine is severely deformed by an approximately 90° bend. He is disabled. For the film, Pfitzner combined a Canon EOS 7D equipped with a PL-Mount with the Video 15 SB fluid head and the Speed Lock CF tripod by Sachtler, part of Vitec Videocom, a Vitec Group brand. Additionally, in some scenes, the Video 18 Dutch was used to portray George's angle as realistically as possible. This fluid head is special because it features a lateral sliding range of the camera plate of up to 60 mm and a lateral tilt range of ±80°, so that the camera can also be perfectly operated in the third axis. 
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Carolina Panthers Wrap Up Consecutive Season Powered By Anton Bauer Posted: 23/01/2013

This year, Anton/Bauer batteries and chargers have been a trusted part of the Carolina Panthers broadcasting team once again, supplying power throughout the seasons games and countless practices. Whether powering cameras capturing live game coverage on the sidelines, in the stands or the locker room, DIONIC® 160 batteries and QUAD 2702 interactive chargers from Anton/Bauer, part of Vitec Videocom, a Vitec Group company, and a premier global provider of batteries, chargers, lighting and other mobile power systems for the professional broadcast, video and film industries, have continued to prove themselves as essential to the Panthers broadcast production teams starting lineup.

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Integrated Microwave Technologies, LLC (IMT) Equips The Carolina Panthers Home Field With Its Nucomm Campac2 Wireless Camera System Posted: 12/11/2012

When the Carolina Panthers put the finishing touches on the HD upgrade to its in-house video control room, just in time for the start of the 2012 NFL football season, it turned to Nucomms CamPac2 (CP2) wireless camera system for its wireless transmission needs. The Panthers purchased two complete RF systems, including Nucomms CP2 camera-mounted transmitters and DR2 diversity receivers with camera control. The new RF system, along with a custom remote-location antenna mounting, provides the team with reliable, solid wireless coverage throughout Bank of America Stadium, including in locations not previously accessible. IMT will showcase its full range of Nucomm and RF Central sports technologies at CCW 2012 (Booth 1011).

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Broadcast India 2010 highlights 3D stereoscopic technology Posted: 29/10/2010
The 20th Broadcast India 2010 Exhibition & Conference was held from 21st to 23rd October 2010 at the Bombay Exhibition, Mumbai, India with more than 550 companies from 34 countries being present at the show.
This definitive event concluded after 3 days, obtaining a record high number of visitors to include professionals, companies related to the media and broadcast industry.
Broadcast India 2010 Exhibition & Conference can look back on a long history of success with creative and technologically innovative products showcased. Following the resounding success of the previous events Broadcast India 2010 in its 20th year focused on the best in 3D cameras & rigs, post production workflows and delivery systems from every big manufacturer.
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Broadcast India 2009 was held from October 29 to October 31, 2009 at the Bombay Exhibition Centre, Mumbai. In its glorious 19th year, this time the exhibition and conference hosted an even more prestigious, global platform for the film, television and infotainment industry than ever before.

Visitors poured in from across the world to experience, witness the latest innovations in products, technology and services related to the media and broadcast industry. More than 500 companies from 31 countries were a part of this dynamic buzz spread across 60.000 sq. ft ! This year also saw new companies participating in this event for the first time ever and being awed by its enormity and significance.
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