Infographic: The importance of ergonomics [Sponsored]

Written by RedShark News Staff

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Ergonomics matters. Professional videomakers need to know that their equipment will help rather than hinder them. But perhaps the most important benefit of good ergonomics lies in good health.

Conventional shoulder-mounted cameras can cause physical problems for news gatherers and other long-term users - who typically work for ten hours per day on average. Sony's new PXW-X400 is designed from the ground up to minimise the health issues associated with extended camera use.

This infographic shows how the ergonomically optimised Sony PXW-X400 is a great choice for busy video professionals. (You can read more about the Sony PXW-X400 here). 

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You can read more about the Sony PXW-X400 here

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