LONDON, IBC Stand 11.F50 – Autocue, the home of QTV teleprompters, will showcase its first ever tripod and lighting solutions at IBC 2010.
The entry-level tripods are part of Autocue’s new camera support range, which will initially include two aluminium tripods:
· Heavyweight ($499) with floor spreader and a 18kg payload capacity
· Medium-weight ($299) with mid-level spreader and a 6kg payload capacity
These tripods will support all ENG, DV and DSLR cameras, and are an ideal accompaniment to QTV’s Starter Series teleprompters.
At the show, Autocue will also introduce a range of LED and softbox lighting kits. The dimmable 1000 and 500 LED lights ($749 and $399 respectively) and stands ($49) can be used in any combination to make up the ideal entry-level lighting kit. For softer lighting, there is a 3-head softbox lighting kit including case and 12 fluorescent bulbs for just $249. There is also an on-camera, 120 LED light, ideal for mobile shoots, for just $149.
The introduction of these new products forms part of a new strategy by Autocue to expand its offer to the Pro Video market, and build on the successful launch of its QTV Starter Series teleprompters. The products themselves build on Autocue’s extensive broadcast experience, and allow Pro Video customers to source all their key studio hardware from one trusted brand.
The tripods and lighting kits will start shipping to customers in Nov 2010. For further information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
or visit Autocue at IBC on stand 11.F50.
Autocue and QTV (in the Americas) have been serving the broadcast industry since the 1950s. They are the only company to offer the television industry a single solution for newsroom, scripting, automation, media management, video servers, broadcast monitors and teleprompters. Autocue is known worldwide for its service and dependability, serving such prestigious clients as the BBC, Bloomberg, NBC and CNN. Autocue’s prompting solutions are compatible with all newsroom systems on the market and are used all over the world by broadcasters, production professionals, government facilities and corporate producers. See www.autocue.com for more details.