Craft MultiStateCam has 10 user-defined positions that a camera can jump to at the touch of a button. The user can determine how quickly or slowly the camera moves between the pre-defined positions. As the camera goes from one camera to another it will also transition the camera settings, such as field of view and target distance, to match the settings of the camera it is heading for.
The whole set of cameras is attached to a central node, which in turn can be attached to any moving object. During recording, the director can press the numbers 1 through 0 (for the 10th camera) and the current view will shift to the respective camera. The benefit is not only having ten attached cameras, but having a quick and seamless transition between pre-defined positions and pre-defined camera settings.
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