OConnor, Vitec Group brand, introduced a new line of professional camera accessories designed to meet the needs of the film industry.

OConnor, Vitec Group brand, introduced a new line of professional camera accessories designed to meet the needs of the film industry.

The first accessory of this line is a modular system for film focus tracking. The compact unit allows quick mounting rod systems and focus tracking system is compatible with other accessories and controllers focus.

Camera accessories are backed by customer support departments and services OConnor. They will be available for preorder in March, and the first deliveries will be made in April.

Author: Latin Press

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