The FP-188+ Robotic and Manual Pedestal is capable of recognizing compact ‘L’ shaped floor targets that offers more precise reference positioning across a wider range of floor finishes.This floor target can also be incorporated into the floor design.The unit’s generous payload of 85kg /188 lbs is capable of supporting an expanded camera/prompter package including the talent-facing vanity monitor often attached to the head during HD production. New differential wheel trucks maximise floor traction to enhance Vinten’s already unmatched shot stability performance.The quality of performance in manual or robotic mode allows a studio to be used as either fully robotic or fully manual, without compromising the operator’s familiarity with Vinten’s manual pedestals or robotic user interfaces.
Easy to set up, operate, and service, the FH-145 S2 Pan and Tilt Head from Vinten is designed to support typical camera and lens packages up to 145 lb. It features both manual and robotic modes that allow you to switch between free-form or pre-programmed show format. The quality fluid drag system delivers manual operation that can be used for broadcasting.
With smooth camera motion control, this head makes use of high-resolution absolute encoders and delivers an accuracy of ±0.03°. The user-friendly aesthetics and ergonomics with tilt lock add to its security, while the reconfigurable mounting cradle suits a wide range of camera, lens, and accessory payloads.
The latest in Vinten Radamecs next generation of heads, the FHR-145, demonstrates the future of broadcast robotics. The exceptional performance of the head stays true to the Vinten\\\\r\\\\nRadamec brand and provides operators with the highest quality broadcast output. The Fusion FHR-145 is the latest head to incorporate Vinten Radamec’s Intelligent Control Engineering (ICE), a forward thinking technology that delivers unprecedented control and accuracy in an innovative and highly compact form.