The Cam-Remote and the Mini-Mote, still staples of the Nettmann product line, continue to sell to customers around the world. NSI is building new Mini-Motes with a Fiber Optic slip ring in the Pan Axis, and are rebuilding the Cam-Remotes into lookalike Mini-Motes, also with that Fiber Optic slip ring in the base. Please call for price and delivery.
We will shortly have the long awaited Roll Axis for the popular Mini-Mote. This unit will retrofit all existing Mini-Motes and Cam Remotes out in the field, or still for sale.
The new GPS assisted Vertical Gyro is proving to be a success. This Gyro gives both the Stab-C and Super G perfect horizon references which the operator can choose to use if he prefers not to steer the roll axis during a take. Unlike NSI’s competition, this unique Vertical Gyro reference is ITAR free and is not subject to export restrictions.
The Super G was once again chosen to provide valuable data during airborne tests for the JPL Mars Lander program. The modular design of all Nettmann’s systems allows our customers the ability to change a gimbal to accept irregular shapes and weights such as the instrumentation package, which JPL and other Aero space agencies have presented to us.
We have undertaken to build more COMPACTS during the following months. The COMPACT has proven to be a fine multipurpose stabilized head for both ground and airborne work.
Helicopter Film Services Ltd in the UK, continues to use the COMPACT for 3D aerial work, using a 32 inch inner ocular distance between the RED cameras. This separation is proving to give a true 3D effect above 1000 ft. The COMPACT and the Super G are the only systems on the market that can support and fly this special wide camera package.