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Kramer Introduces Electronic Video Image Stabilizer
Jerusalem, Israel – August 30, 2004 – Kramer Electronics, Ltd., a worldwide supplier of audio, video and computer graphics signal distribution, switching and processing equipment for the broadcast, production, security, education, home theater and ProAV presentation markets, announced a new addition to its line, the VA-2003 Electronic Video Image Stabilizer.
The VA-2003 Digital Motion Stabilizer is a unique high quality unit that will stabilize the image from a shaky source camera. The VA-2003 analyzes the source video and removes any effects of unintended camera motion, perhaps due to windy conditions, vehicle motion or vibrations from adjacent machinery. This image stabilizing is done in real-time using state-of the-art DSP technology. The unit essentially operates as the electronic equivalent of a mechanical shock-absorber.
The VA-2003 is compatible with NTSC (default) and PAL video standards. It accepts composite video and s-Video, and outputs composite video and s-Video simultaneously. The VA-2003 can be customized to your requirements, via the user friendly OSD Main Menu, and can be controlled via the front panel controls. It is dependable, rugged, and fits in one vertical space of a standard 19" professional rack enclosure.
Chris Kopin, Kramer Electronics US Product Development Manager states, “Previously this sort of technology was only available in extremely expensive packages or built in to cameras.” Kopin continues, “Now the technology is very budget friendly thanks to the VA-2003”.
The VA-2003 is now in stock and available from Kramer Electronics sales companies around the world.
About Kramer Electronics:
Founded in 1981, Kramer Electronics, Ltd., with its world headquarters in Israel, is a leading manufacturer of high-quality analog and digital audio, video and computer signal accessories for the ProAV, Presentation, Production, Broadcast, Home Theater and Security markets. Kramer’s product line includes audio, video and computer signal processing equipment, distribution amplifiers (DAs), switchers, matrix switchers, digital and analog decoders and encoders, time-base correctors, presentation accessories, cable assemblies, scan converters and scalers. Recently, the company added a line of Serial Digital (SDI), FireWire (IEEE-1394), DVI and HDTV signal processing and distribution equipment. Kramer has corporate sales and distribution offices in the US, Belgium, Australia and the United Kingdom. The US headquarters is located in Hampton, NJ, with regional sales branches in California, Connecticut, Illinois, Dallas, Atlanta and Mexico. For more information about Kramer Electronics products, please visit the website at www.kramerelectronics.com .