DIGITAL REV HEAD
The Digital Revolution Head brings the latest in digital motion control technology to a proven Kessler platform that can accommodate rigs up to 20 lbs. Ideal for cranes and jibs as well as able to be tripod or slider mounted, the Digital Revolution Head can be mounted over or under-slung to provide dynamic pan and tilt camera movement in a variety of shooting environments.
POWERFUL AND PRECISE
The Digital Revolution Head has the highest weight capacity of any Kessler motion control pan and tilt head (same as CineDrive) and utilizes the precise digital control already available on the different Kessler platforms. With real-time digital motor feedback, the Digital Revolution Head is ideal for live-video, time-lapse, stop-motion and VFX work where repeatability is essential
A key feature that makes the Digital Revolution Head standout is the ability to adjust its tilt arm height and camera basket height. This is fantastic for users that utilize different cameras for different jobs and for future compatibility.
A proven system for eliminating messy rigs and keeping shooters organized, the Digital Revolution Head utilizes Kessler’s Magnalink system for attaching components together.
CONTROL WITH SECOND SHOOTER FAMILY AND KOS
The Digital Revolution Head connects directly to the Second Shooter or Second Shooter Plus controller where users can control the head’s pan and tilt functionality and also control focus, iris and zoom via available FIZ motors. Users may utilize controls on the Second Shooter and Second Shooter Controller for operation or alternatively control the Digital Revolution Head via kOS software.
CONTROL WITH DIGITAL CONTROL CENTER
The Digital Revolution Head can additionally be controlled via the Digital Control Center (DCC) for manual and pre-programmed camera movement with a joystick, ideal for crane and jib operation in live-video situations. When using the DCC, users will still need to connect the Digital Revolution Head to a Second Shooter or Second Shooter Plus controller as well as connect the DCC to the controller, as it acts as the motor controller in any setup.
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