Countour Design ShuttlePRO v2 black
Countour Design Black ShuttlePRO v2 Video Editor Controller, Mac OS 8.6 - 10.9 and Windows 98 - 8 Compatible
Designed for ergonomic integrity and maximizing productivity, the ShuttlePRO v2 allows one-hand access to the fully programmable buttons, jog dial and shuttle wheel. Nine of the buttons have removable keycaps for easy labeling and referencing. The inner jog dial spins 360 degrees and provides precision frame by frame control. The outer shuttle ring is rubberized and spring-loaded. For most editing applications it facilitates fast forward and rewind, but you can customize all of the buttons, dial and wheel to your liking. You can also use the jog and shuttle for many other purposes such as scrolling, volume control, zooming in and out and sequencing. The possibilities are endless. How can you maximize your workflow with a ShuttlePRO v2? Order now and find out! Features Compatibility
The ShuttlePRO v2 is compatible with Apple computers running OS 8.6 through 10.9, and PCs running Windows 98 through Windows 8.
Mac OS users should download and install v3 for OS 10.7 and later, and v2.21 for Mac OS 10.6 and earlier.
Windows users should download and install v2.10 for Windows 7 and Windows 8, and v2.7.8 for Windows XP and earlier.
|Mouse Model||ShuttlePRO v2|
|No. of Buttons||15|
|Features & Functions||None|
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- 12 months
- Return to base
- DOA Period:
- 28 days
- RTB Period:
- 1 months
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