Vinten Radamec, a pioneer in robotic camera support solutions and a brand of Vitec Group, will introduce the Fusion FHR-35, its future-generation robotic controlled system featuring its intelligent control engineering (ICE) technology, at IBC2011 to be conducted from 9 to 13 September 2011 at the RAI in Amsterdam.
The integration of a novel software and hardware platform into the Fusion FHR-35, Vinten Radamec’s newest pan and tilt head, makes it one of the best-performing tilt heads available. The camera robotics system with highly compact form factor allows operators to attain optimal accuracy and control. It is ideal for applications ranging from studios to legislatures.
The Fusion FHR-35’s ICE processing and internal motors enable it to deliver the slowest and the fastest movement as well as the broadest tilt and pan range with a precision better than 0.01°. The versatile head is engineered for payloads to a maximum of 16 kg and utilizes Ethernet to link to the legislative system controller or HDVRC studio robotics controller.
The camera robotics system sends back focus and zoom data from a digital lens as well as accurate position reporting to the controller. The internal digital lens drive controls most of the full servo lenses. The innovative ICE technology provides these superior capabilities to the head, which has also no power supplies or external interface boxes.
At IBC2011, Vinten Radamec will also demonstrate the use of its pedestals and heads for virtual reality applications. The studio HDVRC control system-controlled complete robotic pedestal called the FP-188 will also be displayed by the company.