KFX Technology to celebrate partnership with camadeus Film Technologies at Cine Gear 2017 and launch new East Coast showroom to sell and distribute KFX and camadeus products

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camadeus and KFX technology will be on booth #19 at Cine Gear Expo 2017, The Studios at Paramount, Hollywood, CA, USA; exhibition June 2nd-3rd

KFX Technology to celebrate partnership with camadeus Film Technologies at Cine Gear 2017 and launch new East Coast showroom to sell and distribute KFX and camadeus products

23rd May 2017: New York, USA:

At Cine Gear Expo 2017 New York based KFX Technology will celebrate its new partnership with LA based camadeus Film Technologies, also launching a new US East Coast showroom and sales office in New York City. KFX CEO Steve Scammell:  “I’ve established a base in NYC and we've been successful in selling our high quality engineered products like the Aurora remote head into the film industry here in the USA and in other parts of the world.
The Aurora head is precision engineered, easy and intuitive to use, with more than enough power for the most demanding applications, and already has an established success and reputation in the movie industry worldwide.”

“With this new partnership camadeus will help with KFX sales as well as introducing its new expanded catalogue to the East Coast. Their product range now includes cmotion lens control systems, Panther Dollies & Cranes,  Ronford-Baker camera support equipment,  Gecko-Cam lens testing tools and Transvideo HD monitors, as well as KFX Technology.”

Sebastian Lumme, camadeus Film Technologies Managing Director said “The expansion to the East Coast and the opening of a sales, training and service hub in New York is a key step in our goal to improve brand awareness and training across our entire product portfolio. We've already been working successfully with KFX and Stephen for a few years and are looking forward to this new endeavour.”

About KFX Technology

KFX Technology was born out of Kontrol Freax Ltd, a London-based company that helped to introduce affordable, portable motion control technology to the UK and beyond. Following work on the award winning BBC Planet Earth TV show KFX went on to design and build innovative and reliable motion control equipment for the follow up Frozen Planet TV show that worked in the most extreme conditions. Since 2012, KFX Technology have been quietly engineering a revolution for the world of remote heads putting simplicity, reliability and usability at the forefront of our design philosophy.We have designed and built  the Aurora Remote Head specifically for use as a 'run of show' head. In addition to our dedication to designing simpler on set tools we also back this up with great customer service, from experienced camera operators and technicians who have been proud to work on Hollywood’s biggest blockbusters.

About camadeus Film Technologies:

camadeus Film Technologies, Inc. is the North American distributor of many of the industry leading products for the motion picture industry, including such brands as CMOTION wireless lens control systems, PANTHER dollies and cranes, RONFORD-BAKER camera support products, GECKO-CAM lens testing tools, TRANSVIDEO hd motnitors and KFX remote heads and motorized sliders.

camadeus offers sales, rental, training and technical support from either its Los Angeles or New York office.



Further press information from: 

Steve Scammell

Mel Noonan


2 x 300 dpi images supplied:

1) The KFX Technology Aurora Remote Head  

2) The KFX-Ronford Baker Motorized Camera Slider
Higher res photos by request to StylusMC


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