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OCP 400
When "Small" is Very, Very Big

You need comprehensive camera control. You need easy access to all levels of operational and technical parameters. You want power and quality, but in your mobile production truck or studio, space is limited. Here's the good news:

The OCP 400 camera control panel is one of the smallest available, and works with any LDX Series™, LDX Compact™, or LDK camera. With exceptional design engineered for reliability, your truck or studio will be outfitted with cutting edge technology, so you're always ready to meet growing and diverse demand for content.

Everything you need is packed into the OCP 400 operational control panel, including variable matrix control, fine skin-detail adjustments, and installation adjustments. You'll have easy access to all levels of operational and technical parameters, and the ability to store preferred settings of any LDX Series or LDK camera.

With the OCP 400, you'll work with an intuitive interface that makes the job easier. The OCP 400 features plug-and-play Ethernet connectivity, pre-illuminated buttons and text-screenings, and a tilted backlit LCD display for maximum readability in dim-light environments.

  • Supports C2IP camera control interface protocol supported by all LDX Series, LDX Compact, and LDK cameras
  • Tilted backlit LCD display for maximum readability
  • Easy setup and camera-number selection
  • Access levels include main operational functions, advanced functions, and maintenance
  • Very clear and dimmable tally and ISO indicators
  • Adjustable knob intensity to accommodate wide variety of applications from mobile unit to outdoor use
  • Smart card for storing operational and technical parameters for cameras of the LDX Series, LDX Compact, and LDK lines
June 28, 2012
San Francisco, Calif., June, 28, 2012 — Denver-based Colorado Studio is building another new high-definition (HD) production truck for its Mobile Television Group (MTVG), which will feature a full complement of live production technologies from Grass Valley™. The new truck, which will hit the road in mid-June in Phoenix, is among numerous owned by MTVG that are based around Grass Valley technologies.
February 16, 2010
Paris, France/Nevada City, Calif., February, 16, 2010 — In a highly memorable event this weekend, the 59th NBA All-Star Game was broadcast live on TNT from the new Dallas Cowboys Stadium in Arlington, Texas on Sunday, February 14, with a full complement of Grass Valley™ high-definition cameras, production switchers, and video routers.
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