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How to mount a PTZ Camera on a Lighting Truss


With rigging, support and truss equipment you are afforded so many more possibilities as to where you can mount your cameras. Lighting rigs can range in size and shape, but one of the most common diameter’s is 2 inches. In this How To guide you will learn how to mount … Read the rest of this now >>

How to buy an instant replay system on a budget

For a long time, high school, collegiate, and professional sports produced in lower budget productions had to do without instant replay because the costs were too high. Fortunately for everyone, that time has passed.

Instant replay is an essential part of  quality sports programming. New lower budget options are now available to help smaller venues and schools do instant replay. This is giving these smaller production added entertainment value while also providing officials the ability to review plays.

Cameras, lenses, and video mixers have … Read the rest of this now >>

PTZ Camera Review: Panasonic AW-HE40SK vs Datavideo PTC-150T

Datavideo PTC-150T vs Panasonic AW-HE40SK

The newest trend in technology for PTZ cameras is ‘PoE’ or power over ethernet. This technology allows for power to be carried over a Cat5e or Cat 6 cable. Today, ethernet cables can carry a substantial amount of data and power, and camera companies are working hard to take advantage … Read the rest of this now >>

Operating Robotic Cameras VS Traditional Cameras

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Pan-tilt-zoom cameras are becoming more common in video productions, often replacing crew members with their low profile and cost. This is a Datavideo PTC-150 at the 2016 NAMM Show.

Are PTZ cameras difficult to use compared to traditional cameras?

Datavideo interviewed Eviana Vergara, a remote camera operator who recently did … Read the rest of this now >>