Thursday, February 2, 2023

MRMC Broadcast Partners with Cgangs International

Mark Roberts Motion Control (MRMC), a Nikon company, has added Cgangs International as regional reseller for the APAC region. MRMC says the partnership with Cgagns represents an exciting time for the company as it seeks to further embed its solutions within virtual and studio production in Singapore and beyond.

“From the first conversation with Cgangs I was really impressed by their extensive technical knowledge. This makes them a unique partner,” comments Paddy Taylor, MRMC’s Head of Broadcast. “They have a level of understanding that is rare amongst most resellers and integrators, and as we progressed in our discussions over a number of months, their insistence on understanding our kit and their passion for their projects made the decision to become partners an easy one.”

MRMC’s range of broadcast robotic heads, rails, and studio arms allow creative and engineering teams to add something extra to the way that their content is captured, whether that be exceptional speed, precise, repeatable moves, smooth and natural capture, or remote control and operation.

A highly regarded specialist in virtual production workflows, Cgangs has been providing a range of support and implementation services to broadcasters and brands such as StarHub, Mediacorp, RedBull and Sport Singapore to name a few.

“As the move to virtual production picks up pace, our customers are requesting more dynamic camera movement to add to the ‘wow’ factor to their productions” explains Alvin Lim, Business Development Director, Cgangs International. “With all our projects, we aim to deliver the highest quality service and training. MRMC’s robotics range integrates seamlessly into modern studio productions and adds unique value that leaves a lasting impression.”

MRMC Broadcast will be attending Broadcast Asia with support from Cgangs 1st – 3rd June at Expo Singapore, stand 5K1-03. Visitors to the show will be able to see MRMC’s Automated Subject Tracking solution, Polymotion Chat, in action alongside its QRS rail, designed to add movement and interest to PTZ image capture.


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