(London, UK--February 24, 2017) Camera Corps
, a leading supplier of speciality camera systems, will promote its innovative products and services during Broadcast Video Expo at the London ExCel from Tuesday February 28 through Thursday March 2. Exhibiting on stand P14, the Camera Corps team will be hosting equipment demonstrations for stand visitors for the duration of the show.
"We offer broadcast equipment for daily or event-based hire across all genres and on any scale," commercial manager Barry Parker comments. "Nothing is too big, too small or too challenging. If we lack the solution to a specific task, we are quite capable of designing and building it from scratch for our customers. Working in that way over the years has given us a uniquely broad product inventory which we can field at very short notice including our own skilled special camera technicians and operators. We offer a wide choice of robotic specialist HD and 4K cameras, camera tracking systems, remote heads, minicams and lenses, HD underwater systems, Stump cameras, specialist camera mounts and our own integral control systems that can work with cameras from multiple manufacturers."
Camera Corps has proved its ability to assist production companies and broadcasters around the world in producing exciting and unusual television content from exceptionally challenging environments. The company's success over many years has made it the preferred choice for many of the world's most ambitious live events. One of the most recent was the 2016 summer games where 90 tonnes of equipment and over 9,000 kilometres of cable were delivered to Brazil on 200 pallets inside three 40 foot containers.
Toughest of all assignments, and the ones most appreciated, are tracking-shots which follow the action smoothly from start to finish. These form the distinguishing element of Camera Corps' service. The company produces a wide range of remotely controllable horizontal and vertical camera tracking systems as well as the lightweight modular flown track for overhead shots commonly used to televise a range of sporting events and music festivals.
A Vitec Group company, Camera Corps (www.cameracorps.co.uk
) offers broadcast production equipment for daily or event-based hire. These include a wide range of remote cameras, robotic-heads, underwater systems, cranes, platforms and dollies, the iconic Q-Ball plus miniature devices such as wearable cameras with the latest high-performance wireless links.