Canon will exhibit at “InterBEE 2023” to much anticipation. They will be displaying new products and advanced video solutions.
With the increase in video content, there is a growing need for remote camera solutions that contribute to efficiency and labor savings. Canon will mainly introduce a wide range of use cases for remote cameras, including online meetings.
The event will have an online exhibition. This was opened from November 6th to December 15th, and interested parties can view the exhibited products and seminars from the InterBEE homepage.
Broadcasting Remote Camera
Two automatic tracking technologies currently under development will be exhibited for the first time. The first is technology that detects and tracks subjects even when people overlap. This will be introduced as a program production solution on the set of a news program.
The second is technology that automatically tracks aircraft takeoffs and landings. This is essentially an airport monitoring solution using an outdoor remote head camera equipped with this technology. Additionally, for broadcast stations and video distributors, Canon will be demonstrating a virtual production system in which subjects are photographed with a remote camera while CG composition is performed on a green screen. Canon will showcase workflows for remote camera systems, which are in growing demand in a variety of settings.
Online Conferencing Solutions
Canon will be demonstrating an online conferencing solution using AMLOS. This acronym stands for “Activate My Line of Sight,” an application that can provide multiple perspectives to remote workers participating in online meetings using a single remote camera installed in the workplace.
This camera works well for planning and production meetings, especially with staff located on-site or overseas. It links with work apps that allow direct collaboration.
Indoor remote camera “CR-N700” (released in December 2022), “CR-N300” (released in June 2021), “CR-N100” (scheduled to be released on November 15, 2023), remote camera controller ” RC-IP1000″ (scheduled to be released in mid-December 2023) and other remote camera systems will be exhibited.
In addition, the product line covers a wide range of scenes from broadcasting to cinema, including the RF cinema lens “PRIME Lens” series (scheduled to be released from late January 2024) and the digital cinema camera “EOS R5 C” (released in March 2022).
Furthermore, the “RF24-105mm F2.8 L IS USM Z” RF lens, which has operability suitable for video shooting, will be exhibited for the first time at the exhibition.