NewTek TriCaster TCXD850 CS

NewTek offers the TriCaster TCXD850 CS, a hardware control surface for the TriCaster TCXD850 HD portable live production system.
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NewTek TriCaster TCXD850 CS

Mar 11, 2011 5:01 PM

NewTek TriCaster TCXD850 CS

NewTek offers the TriCaster TCXD850 CS, a hardware control surface for the TriCaster TCXD850 HD portable live production system. The TCXD850 CS provides a physical connection to the 24-channel system’s functions and effects. The control surface provides illuminated push buttons, twist knobs, a T-bar, and three-axis joystick to control all the functions and effects available in the TCXD850 interface. Virtual Input Rows deliver the ability to create complex switcher effects and assign them as switcher channels, including live virtual sets, picture-in-picture elements, and more. Live Virtual Set Controls deliver the zoom levels for camera shots within TriCaster virtual sets and execute animated zooms at variable speeds. In addition to access to five digital media players, the control surface also features one-button streaming and recording. Price: $5,995

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