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BS Kinetics Announces 3D Housing
By Jason Heller, December 12, 2007 @ 02:00 AM (EST)
BS Kinetics opens up new vistas

In coorporation with BuL Systeme GmbH, BS Kinetics GmbH has developed a new housing for 3D-shots. In the housing, two cameras with LANC-adapter can be pivotably attached. With a special drive it is able to control both cameras simultaneously. The Picture-view can be taken by two monitors. Both cameras can be controlled individually, as well. With special adapters it is possible to make both wide angel – and macro-takings from one point of view.

For our German readers, you can get the firt peek at the new 3D housing at Boot 2008, hall 8/G83.

For more information visit the BS Kinetic website Technical data
  • Material: Carbon fibre / epoxy resin
  • Depth 80 meters
  • Port system: Flatport
  • Viewfinder: Monitor
  • Functions: Camcorder on/off
  • Record start/stop
  • Zoom tele/wide; 8 speeds of zoom
  • Picture-take tape/memorystick
  • (only Sony)
  • autofocus on/off
  • Push autofocus
  • Manuel focus close/far
  • Housing lock: Quick clamp
  • Measurements: 270 x 250 x 150
  • Weight: ca. 3,5 kg
  • Scope of supply: Griparm, leakage warning
  • Price: from 2.750,00 €

 

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