Building on the Cineflex heritage of unmatched range performance and exceptional stability.

FAIRFAX, Va. – Axsys Technologies, a division of General Dynamics Advanced Information Systems, has developed a new, lower-cost variation of its Cineflex V14 HD camera, making this high-end system more readily available to electronic news gathering and broadcast organizations.

The Cineflex family of systems has been used to film striking, defining images from events and productions such as the 2010 World Cup, the 2010 Winter Olympics, Discovery Channel’s Planet Earth series and Paramount Pictures’ Transformers movie. The Cineflex V14Media offers the same stability and precision of the V14 HD with a new, more affordable, high-definition capture device, the Ikegami HDL-F30.

“To capture the most prized images, filmmakers around the world trust the quality, accuracy and reliability of Cineflex cameras,” said Bob McGill, vice president and general manager of Axsys Technologies. “We are broadening this family of systems to deliver an affordable, reliable camera system for high-definition, long-range imagery, especially suited for television and broadcast news.”

The Cineflex V14Media is equipped with a 5-axis gyro-stabilized gimbal, ensuring stable imagery and precision pointing in the air, at sea and on rough terrain. The system is available with interchangeable long-range and wide angle lenses for enhanced cinematography applications.

For information about purchasing Cineflex V14Media camera systems, please contact us.

General Dynamics Advanced Information Systems, a business unit of General Dynamics (NYSE: GD), designs and manufactures a full portfolio of high-performance electro-optical infrared (EO/IR) and multi-axis stabilized HD camera systems, infrared lenses, optical systems and components and motion control products. More information about its Axsys Technologies products and solutions is available online at

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