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Vaddio takes ProductionVIEW HD and new WallVIEW CCUs to ISE 2009

At LDI, Las Vegas, Vaddio debuted ProductionVIEW HD, Quick-Connect CCU and a new range of camera mounts. All these products were showcased at Integrated Systems Europe (ISE) 2009, Amsterdam. In addition, Vaddio introduced the new WallVIEW CCUs.
"The Vaddio cameras and camera control systems have been used in various concert tours and theatrical environments," says Rob Sheeley, president of Vaddio. "Using our CCU products, which feature High Speed Differential Signaling for running power, video and control of cameras over CAT-5 cable, has eased the process of hanging cameras in rigging for remote camera control. With the addition of ProductionVIEW HD integrators now have the ability to control multiple robotic cameras, switch multi-format resolutions and custom tune the camera color systems in even the most challenging of environments."
The new ProductionVIEW HD combines all your needs into one component. The camera control system is sophisticated enough to handle the most demanding live broadcast or staging events, yet simple enough to use that a novice can get professional results. ProductionVIEW HD integrates PTZ camera control and multi-format HD/SD live switching with real-time graphics and effects into one easy-to-use control console. In addition, there are two Scene store buttons, allowing the user to save specific color matched images, such as day and night, lighting changes or multi locations.
Vaddio Production View HD
The Quick-Connect CCU enables you to adjust iris, gain, colour and detail with the turn of a knob. You can finally take control of PTZ Camera image output, allowing you to easily adjust each camera individually and match multiple cameras. In addition, there are two Scene Store buttons, allowing the user to save specific color-matched images, such as day and night, lighting changes or multiple locations.
The Quick-Connect CCU’s cabling system allows the integrator to use standard Cat 5 cabling to run both HD and SD video, camera power, black burst sync and camera control up to 500 feet. Vaddio’s High Speed Differential Signaling (HSDS) provides a high-bandwidth, low-loss video signal to ensure high definition quality up to 500 feet (152.4 m).
Vaddio also offers a variety of new wall and ceiling camera mounts in addition to its already existing line. The heavy-duty Thin-Profile Wall Mounts are specifically designed for each Vaddio camera system, mounting directly to the drywall or 2 to 3-gang electrical box. The Vaddio Drop-Down Series Camera Mounts are designed to allow integrators to easily install a compact PTZ camera into locations where wall mounting a camera isn’t an option.
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