• This system is uncompromisingly designed for heavy loads and outstanding stability and meets all professional requirements in analogue and digital image capturing. It provides the necessary stability especially for line sensor scanning cameras, micro scanning systems, optical bench view cameras and TV cameras.
When you need a maximum in stability, solidity and load capacity, the Kaiser rePRO system is the right choice.
This system is not only at home in photo and video studios, but also in technology and science, education, research and media production. Because of its extremely high level of stability the rePRO system is especially suitable to capture large format reflective or transparent original with digital cameras in line scanning, micro scanning or multi shot mode.
The modular-designed column can be mounted to an optional table with a fixed working height and a column rigid base. The table will also carry the lighting units, which are optional items. According to the job, the table can be equipped with a large base plate for reflective originals or with a trans-illuminator for transparent originals.
Height adjustment of camera level is motorized and works individually along the entire column via remote control. The camera platform can travel at two speeds, independent of the supported load. For precise positioning of the optical axis of the camera the camera carrier can be shifted horizontally and, in addition, can be tilted by +/- 90 degrees.
The column, made of a multi-section special tube is mounted in a firmly attached die-cast base and is extremely sturdy and vibration resistant. For reflective originals a capable lighting unit is available. This professional work station equipped with a suitable camera system of your choice offers optimum conditions for sophisticated image capturing tasks.
Reviewed by 1 customers
The tightening wheels (knobs) on the movable camera attachment part are a problem. It is very difficult to tighten the part in place using the wheels (knobs), and then it is very didfficult to untighten them. Becomes a real struggle. A lever instead of a wheel would be probably a better solution.