Telemetrics will bring robotic camera control new features to IBC 2023

Telemetrics at IBC 2023

Telemetrics, company specialized in robotic camera control, is presenting the industry  variety of products and additional features for its existing ones. The company will be showcasing at IBC its reFrame® talent and object tracking technology, TeleGlide® curved track systems and a battery-power option for the OmniGlide® Robotic Roving Platform camera pedestal and a new TG5 recessed robotic camera track system.


In Stand 12.G43, the company will showcase:

TG-5 TeleGlide Trolley

At IBC Telemetrics is showing its fifth-generation robotic camera trolley, the TG-5, to European broadcasters and production companies for the first time. The new trolley offers better performance due to built-in safety sensors, improved servo drive system, important safety features and a more esthetically pleasing housing that can be used for floor or ceiling applications.


RCCP-M2 Entry-Level Robotic Control Panel

Telemetrics is introducing a RCCP-M robotic control panel, called the RCCP-M2, that offers the same functionality and useful robotic camera control features as its predecessor in a smaller, lighter, and more portable form factor (about the size of a laptop). Like its predecessor, the new RCCP-M2 offers a intuitive and easy to use control interface with auto-sensing technology that’s perfect for non-technical staff working on a wide variety of cost-conscious productions.


Wireless Option For The Telemetrics OmniGlide Roving Pedestal

Telemetrics has developed a rechargeable battery system that powers an optional low-latency wireless video transmitter for its OmniGlide Robotic Roving Platform. This allows users to move the popular OmniGlide robotic studio camera pedestal in any direction and avoid obstacles virtually anywhere in the studio without cables.


Pan/Tilt Systems

Also on the stand will be the Telemetrics RoboEye (RE-2) robotic 4K Pan/Tilt Camera System. With its 1” Exmor™ 4K sensor block, it offers high quality image acquisition (at 30 or 60 fps). It also features native 12G output that’s available with SDI BNC connectors or Fiber (for longer distance signal distribution) that connections via an SFP module* (*Customer supplied).


At the booth, Telemetrics will also spotlight a new camera control interface between the Telemetrics CP-S5 compact pan/tilt head and a variety of DLSR-style cameras—from companies like Blackmagic Design, Canon, Hitachi, Ikegami, Panasonic and Sony—offering nature documentarians, professional photographers and others the ability to capture high-quality stills and video via precise remote control from short or long distances.

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