Telemetrics' robotic camera system used at NFL final

Telemetrics' latest robotic remote camera system captured skyview still images from 'the big game'


Amongst all the action of the 2019 NFL finale, two new additions to the remotely controlled robotic camera line-up from Telemetrics, a leader in robotic camera control systems, were mounted high atop Miami’s Hard Rock Stadium for a nationally recognised news agency.

Inside two separately located Telemetrics WP-HOU-A9 weatherproof camera housings, a Sony Alpha α9 full-frame mirrorless camera installed on the Telemetrics PT-CP-S5 Compact Pan/Tilt Head was used to capture high-quality (24 MP) still photos for its hundreds of affiliated news outlets.

The application was the first such use of this system in a live sports setting. A network interface allowed users to control the camera and access the images online, while ethernet, USB and serial interfaces are also included.

“We’ve been working closely with Sony and a major news service to develop this remotely controlled system, which provides a fully integrated system that is ideal for a number of hard to reach camera positions that provide highly unique and creative POV shots,” said Michael Cuomo, VP of Telemetrics.

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