The Aurora remote head played its part in the Star Wars legend, the most anticipated streaming title of 2019. Used extensively on the production shot in the UK, the Aurora LT was deployed as a run of show remote head. Having watched the original Star Wars at the Cinema in 1977, KFX CEO Stephen Scammel…Details
KFX exhibited at the BSC show in London with our good friends Ronford Baker. We demonstrated the new motion control software that we have been working on in conjunction with the BBC Natural History Unit. The new software runs on most Windows PC’s and Tablets using an easy to use touch screen interface. Our KFX…Details
November for KFX Technology means Tokyo. More specifically, the InterBEE trade show in Tokyo. InterBEE is similar to the NAB trade show in the US. Participants include major companies from broadcast such as Sony, Panasonic and Canon; as well as companies on the film and grip side of the business, such as Sanwa group, the…Details
August and September were busy months for KFX Technology with trade shows in China and Germany. KFX was invited to BIRTV in Beijing by China Film Equipment Company and to the Cinec Expo in Munich, Germany. According to Forbes, CFEC is the largest, most influential state-owned film enterprise in the People’s Republic of China. It…Details
Thanks to all the great camera operators and rental houses who came to see our new KFX Aurora Mini Camera Remote Head and slider motors at Cinegear 2018! We shared a stand with our good friends from Ronford Baker and Camadeus Film Technologies. It was probably the busiest and best show in several years, with…Details
Establishing a new camera technology business is often about spotting opportunities and being prepared to seize those chances when they come along. Stephen Scammell, CEO of KFX Technology, explains how a series of spotted opportunities has enabled him to develop his expanding range of Aurora remote control heads.
At 2016 NAB, KFX Technology and MYT Works will introduce the Velvet remote head, a super compact remote head with enough power to move cameras up to 50 pounds with ease.
KFX Technology is demonstrating Aurora, a precision engineered, easy to use professional motorized head and slider at the BSC Expo in London.