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PROCAM PROJECTS ANNOUNCED AS CINE 4K CAMERA SUPPLIER FOR THE WHOS PERFORMANCE AT ROYAL ALBERT HALL FOR TEENAGE CANCER TRUST Posted: 03/04/2017

Procam Projects (www.procamprojects.com), a division of Procam, the UKs largest digital cinematography and broadcast hire firm, was chosen by EP-PIC Films & Creative as the sole camera supplier for the filming of the celebration of Teenage Cancer Trusts 100th show, performed by The Who at the Royal Albert Hall on Saturday, April 1st.

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XL Video Supports Teenage Cancer Trust 15th Anniversary Shows Posted: 25/04/2015

XL Video was proud to support Teenage Cancer Trusts annual run of live shows at Londons Royal Albert Hall for the third consecutive year. For this 15th anniversary XL Video supplied LED screens, live cameras and HD recordings for the seven shows in late March 2015.

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XL Video Supplies Video Package for Teenage Cancer Trust Concerts at Royal Albert Hall Posted: 04/04/2013

In March 2013, the Teenage Cancer Trust held its regular series of fundraising shows at the Royal Albert Hall in London the 13th year this has taken place. Supporting the charity, XL Video supplied LED screens, an HD camera system, recording and control for the series of seven events which, were curated by Noel Gallagher.

The line-up of international stars included music artists Ryan Adams, Kasabian, Noel Gallagher, Damon Albarn, Graham Coxon, and Paul Weller as well as comedy stars Russell Brand and Noel Fielding.

Flown above the stage, XL supplied an 8m x 4.5m Lighthouse R7 LED screen which showed IMAG footage of the shows combined with information films about Teenage Cancer Trusts work helping young people with cancer. Below the screen a 28m wide LED banner, formed from Pixled F-25, provided an additional scenic element as well as showing details on how the audience could donate to the charity.

The LED was constructed and managed by Steve Grinceri and Fabrizio Di Lelio. Crew Chief for the run of shows was Stuart Heaney.

XL Video also provided the HD camera system which supplied the main screen. This consisted of 4 Sony HXC-100 HD cameras in fixed positions (two front of house and two wide angle) and two Bradley Camball2 Robocams on stage for alternative angles and rear shots.

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