(London, UK--April 1, 2016) Mo-Sys Engineering will showcase their B20 remote head integrated with a Jimmy Jib at NAB 2016, bringing Hollywood-grade precision to the broadcast industry workhorse.
1) Mo-Sys B20 remote head on Jimmy Jib
Jimmy Jibs are the industry standard for broadcast. Their versatility and economic price point made them the number one choice in TV studios and in sport broadcast all around the globe. Mo-Sys Engineering has created an interface for their high-precision B20 remote head specifically for broadcast and will showcase it at NAB 2016.
The Mo-Sys B20 remote head is known for its immediate response with zero backlash and it is a perfect companion for the Jimmy Jib in size, weight and versatility. It is quiet and can handle fast camera movements, getting the best performance out of your jib.
The Jimmy Jib control box is replaced with an intuitive console, allowing you to control speed, direction and ramping. Interfaces to the Jimmy Jib control inputs mean jib operators can use the familiar joystick and lens control. The new interface also opens up the possibility to use the B20 with other Mo-Sys inputs, like hand-wheels or pan-bars for more demanding shots.
2) Mo-Sys Jimmy Jib control module
Mo-Sys CEO, Michael Geissler said, “Where camera systems get really exciting is when you join up your technology. The Mo-Sys technology with a B20 Jimmy Jib provides also an economic solution for virtual set applications.”
See Mo-Sys on their booth C7549 at NAB 2016, Las Vegas Convention Centre, Las Vegas Nevada, USA; Exhibition 18th -21st April 2016
Please see our web site for further information www.mo-sys.com
Mo-Sys is a media robotics provider servicing the high-end film and the global broadcast industry with remote heads, ceiling and floor-based camera rail systems as well as mechanical, inertial and optical camera tracking for virtual and augmented reality.
Mo-Sys has a strong focus on innovation and collaboration with its key clients including HP, GE, Red Bull, ESPN and BBC.
Mo-Sys robotic products are used in many Hollywood productions including prestigious movies like Life of Pi, Birdman, Spectre and Gravity.