Vinten’s New Vector 750i Nominated IABM Design Awards Candidate 2010
The Vector 750i is the first encoded pantographic head from Vinten and it delivers unsurpassed precision for virtual and augmented reality in outside broadcast and studio applications. Developed in collaboration with leading global customers, including Telegenic and Sportvision, it incorporates a new and innovative Intelligence Module to ensure the stable and precise placement of virtual graphics into the live environment.
“We are absolutely thrilled to have been nominated for this prestigious award,” said Andrew Butler, product manager. “The IABM received over 80 submissions for the Design Award this year, so to make it into the Top 10 is a real achievement for Vinten.”
“The Vector 750i has been developed to meet real user requirements so we are very pleased with the recognition and look forward to the awards ceremony at IBC2010 and continuing to develop innovative products in partnership with our customers,” Butler added.
The winners of the IABM Design Awards will be announced at IBC2010 on Saturday 11 September 2010. You can also find Vinten and the Vector 750i at IBC on stand 11.F60, near the Production Village.
Vinten® is a global market leader in camera support technology for broadcast professionals, as well as corporate, education and government applications. The range covers manual heads, tripods and pedestals suitable for ENG, EFP, OB and studio environments. With 100 years' experience pioneering the world's broadcast and film industries, Vinten continues to provide the most innovative, intuitive camera support products available by working closely with today's camera support professionals and understanding their industry needs.
Along with five other leading brands in the broadcast industry, Vinten is part of Camera Dynamics Ltd, a Vitec Group company.