NAC Expands Partnership with EVS
NAC Image Technology Inc., a leader in the manufacture of Ultra Slow Motion Camera Systems for the sports broadcast industry, announces the expansion of its technical partnership with EVS Broadcast Equipment. The cooperative effort between NAC and EVS results in the full integration of the Hi-Motion II with the industry standard EVS Multicam LSM. The expanded partnership with EVS has resulted in technological advances allowing the Hi-Motion II to mirror the operation of a standard HDTV broadcast camera, allowing the sports broadcaster to exactly match the workflow for the Hi-Motion II to that of the standard sports broadcast environment.
EVS is a leader in the design of hardware and software solutions for live and fast-turnaround productions of Sports, News and TV Entertainment programs. Its innovative Live Slow Motion system revolutionized live broadcasting, and its Instant Tapeless Technology is now widely used in nonlinear editing and High Definition Television the world over.
“We are extremely happy to be working closely with a world renowned company like EVS,” said Mr. Kenichi Ueki, President of NAC Image Technology Inc. “We’ve been fortunate to be able work with strong partners like EVS and, with the help of partners like EVS, NAC’s ultra slow motion camera systems have been embraced by broadcasters for live coverage of the World Cup events in Germany and South Africa, the Olympic Games in Beijing and Vancouver, and a variety of professional sporting events, including international motor racing, cycling, tennis, football, baseball, rugby, cricket, golf, boxing and horse racing.”
EVS sells its branded products and integrated tapeless solutions in over 90 countries and is able to provide customer support services in any region. EVS is headquartered in Belgium and has offices in Europe, the Middle East, Asia and North America.EVS
About NAC Image Technology Inc.
NAC Image Technology Inc. of Tokyo, Japan, has been actively involved in the entertainment industry since its founding in 1958. A continuous record of technical innovation and a comprehensive, integrated line-up of high quality products that set industry standards for performance and reliability make NAC the safe choice for more and more sports broadcasters, engineers and technicians with entertainment applications for ultra slow motion digital image capture systems.NAC Image Technology