MoRail will also be on view at the AOTO and Canon stands at IBC.
Mo-Sys Engineering, focused on precision camera tracking solutions for virtual production (VP), has launched its new motorised rail, MoRail, which enables cost-effective creative pan-tilt-zoom (PTZ) and ENG camera movement within newsroom environments.
Primarily designed for use in newsrooms, which may include traditional studios, greenscreen, LED volume-based broadcast applications and corporate presentations, MoRail supports all major PTZ and ENG camera systems weighing up to 15kg, transforming regular static shots into repeatable creative shots with controlled parallax movement. The perspective change achieved dramatically improves on the existing static only movement of PTZ cameras, allowing producers to achieve accurate movements during a show that immerse viewers into the studio, without the need to invest in expensive and complex track-based dolly systems.
Commenting on the launch, Michael Geissler, CEO of Mo-Sys, said: “With the introduction of MoRail we are opening the doors to a new level of creativity with PTZ cameras that has not been possible before. Production teams can now benefit from accurate and repeatable PTZ movement, and beautifully smooth and immersive parallax movement, that helps even small news operations to create more immersive and engaging content.”
Included in the MoRail package is a Mo-Sys controller that allows rail height and camera position to be set in addition to pan, tilt, zoom, focus and iris.
MoRail will also be on view at the AOTO (7.C09) and Canon (11.C45) stands.