Designed for smaller cameras that need the strength and power of a traditionally larger pan and tilt head packed into a compact footprint, Shotoku Broadcast Systems’ TG-47 will be showcased at NAB 2022.
Aimed at mid-sized payloads of up to 48lbs/22kg, the TG-47 combines the size of Shotoku’s TG-27 with the power of its TG-18. At the core of the TG-47 is the same advanced digital servo systems offered by the TG-27, supporting on-air performance at a wide range of speeds. As with all Shotoku products, the TG-47 can be optionally supplied with full VR/AR support.
According to Shotoku, the TG-47 is ideal for smaller national or regional studios where production values demand the quality and performance of broadcast cameras and lenses, and where a typical 15-17” teleprompter is required.
These environments generally do not require manual pan-bar control or large camera configurations with viewfinders, hand controls and talent monitors, enabling the TG-47 to be mounted on a manual pedestal or tripod or used in combination with Shotoku’s TI-11 elevator.
James Eddershaw, CEO of Shotoku USA, said, “The TG-47 brings benefits to a wide range of applications found in today’s ever-changing studio designs. It is perfect for those that demand superior performance from a small unit but won’t compromise on quality.
“We’re so pleased to introduce it at NAB, a show that draws visitors from small production studios to the largest of networks.”
To view and get a feel of the TG-47, contact Eddershaw or his staff at Booth C5008.