Vinten Plans to Showcase ‘Vector 75’ at NAB 2011

Said to include a range of standard features for adaptability and cost-effectiveness without compromising camera control.
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Vinten, a provider of camera support solutions, plans to showcase its new “Vector 75” at NAB 2011 in Las Vegas from April 11 through 14, the company says in a written statement.

The Vector 75 offers the same outstanding camera carrying performance as the hugely popular Vector 750, but incorporates the standard LF drag control found in its predecessor, the Vector 70.

The design, built upon the skeleton of the original Vector 70, now includes a range of standard features that address the pressures of current fast paced and cost conscious production without compromising any aspect of camera control.

The pantographic balance mechanism, unique to the Vinten Vector range, makes adjustment simple and eliminates the need for time-consuming cam changes when altering the camera configuration, the company says. A counterbalance mechanism, combined with the Vinten standard LF drag system, provides the ultimate in smooth, precise quality of movement. Prototype trials for the Vector 75 are scheduled to start in March 2011 with a target date of June for the product’s availability, according to the company.