Spotted on the IBC Floor

Neutron - Pulsar - Quasar

At IBC Element Technica showed a pair of RED SCARLETs and a pair of RED EPICs mounted on Technica 3D rigs. The EPICs are mounted on the Technica 3D Pulsar rig, designed for mid-sized digital cameras. The Pulsar rig was making its world premiere at the 2010 IBC. The SCARLETs are mounted on the Neutron rig, the smallest rig in the Technica 3D series, which made its debut at the 2010 NAB, and is now being delivered.

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Also at the stand is the Technica Quasar 3D rig, which mounts the largest digital cameras. The Quasar was introduced at the 2009 IBC, where it stereoscopically mounted a pair of RED One cameras. Element Technica’s history with the RED cameras goes back to their introduction, when the company produced an array of camera accessories which allowed camera crews to utilize common cinema tools on the new RED cameras.

The three-rig Technica 3D series provides motion picture and broadcast production crews with the ability to mount any size digital camera on a rig that shares the same setup and operational procedures, and can be configured in side-by-side and beam splitter mode (both over/thru and under/thru), and can be quickly reconfigured from one mode to the other. All three Technica 3D rigs utilize the same manual or stereo optimization controls, including the Sony MPE-200 and Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft HHS STAN, which allows the 3D rigs to be quickly integrated into multi-camera productions. All three rigs include integrated motors and electronics for control of interocular and convergence (IO+C). New to the lineup is an integrated 6-axis lens controller for both broadcast and cine style lenses. The three Technica 3D rigs utilize the same manual or stereo optimization controls, including the Sony MPE-200 and Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft HHS STAN, which allows the 3D rigs to be quickly integrated into multi-camera productions.

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