Visual radio specialist Rushworks has more goodies for the NAB Show attendee looking to get into or improve their visual radio operation.
For the operation that can only afford a single camera but has many needs, the 3n1 camera (shown) offers three functions in one form factor: an HD-SDI PTZ with 20x or 30x lens, a wide angle HD-SDI camera, and the ability to auto-track single targets.
Also at the Rushworks booth are the PTX universal pan and tilt heads for your cameras. Available in two sizes, they are compatible with VISCA and DMX controllers to remotely control most camera operations with cameras from AJA, ARRI, Blackmagic, Canon, Datavideo, JVC, Marshall, Panasonic, RED, Sony and others.
And for the budding Steven Spielbergs at the station, Rushworks offers the Rushdolly, a small but talented track dolly designed to interface with PTZ and PTX cameras for creating scripted, multidimensional moves that integrate all motion axes into shots. Rushdolly can be suspended, can creep or maintain a walking pace in the studio or on location, with simple software for preset creation and speed-defined transitions.
Rush Beesley described his company products approach, “We ‘Keep It Super Simple,’ meaning it’s all so user-friendly that even nontechies can operate it. Our gear can literally go from broadcast to boardroom, classroom to congregation and always deliver quality beyond expectations with minimal operator involvement.”
NAB Show Booth: SL 11216