Bradley Engineering to Show Latest Developments in Remote Controlled Mini Camera Heads
Bradley’s products are all designed to work together and use the very latest optical technology to get closer to the subject, with 1080p High Definition video, and improved precision in the control of the moving camera. Bradley provides a Remote Control Panel and a touch screen interface to operate all of the company’s cameras.
The highlights on show at NAB will be: Bradley’s enhanced Camball 3, a miniature rotating camera head which now offers 30x optical zoom; three miniature, high resolution camera heads with 4 MegaPixel imaging and improved low light performance, and the stylish ‘Eyeb’ remote mini camera.
The ‘Eyeb’ camera is an all in one design, with streamlined styling, for commentary cameras, POVs, unobtrusive filming and multi-camera reality shows. It features a larger sensor chip, increased to 0.4” and 4 Megapixel camera with controllable movement in pan, tilt and zoom which combine to give crisp, clean, high resolution pictures.
Bradley offers a dynamic routing option that uses RS485 converters to connect up to 99 cameras. The company offers a number of interface and ancillary units to provide the connectivity for these two systems.
Bradley Engineering’s remote camera heads and accessories are suitable to use out of doors, or in large indoor spaces such as conference auditoriums, theatres, parliaments. They have often been used to film wild animals in their natural habitat.
Please visit Bradley Engineering at the booth C11130 at NAB 2014
About Bradley Engineering
Former BBC cameraman David Bradley has a long history of designing and manufacturing remote cameras. Since the company started the cameras have improved continually, with new developments based on customer requests. Today the company offers a selection of digital mini camera heads with ultra-smooth movement and remote control. They are designed to be easy to rig and operate the way that camera operators like to work.