Telescoping Video Camera Tower Systems For Sports Game Analysis

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Following the recent announcement, Endzone Video Systems is helping athletes, teams, leagues, and organizations capture high-quality, vantage-point footage of games, practices, and events. The telescoping video tower systems can be safely raised as high as 45 feet, and are easily portable for transportation.

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As part of its expanded product range, the company offers the EVS 12, 25, 35, and 45 HD Pro telescoping video tower systems. (the numbers indicate the maximum height, in feet, that each tower can reach).

Athletes, coaches, and trainers are always looking for new ways to improve performance. A technology that has been around for a while, but only recently grown in popularity, is video analysis. The ability to go back and analyze games and practices has become a necessity, and teams who don’t use video analysis are putting themselves at a severe disadvantage.

For video analysis to be truly beneficial, however, the quality and clarity of the video must be good, and Endzone Video Systems’ telescoping video towers provide such footage.

Each system features a mast-tripod stand, which utilizes a winch system to raise and lower the camera. Once secured in place, the camera can be tilted and panned using an EMS remote and a 7-inch LCD monitor. Every system also comes with the necessary cables and batteries to operate the system for extended periods.

The systems are versatile and simple to use. They can be set up and broken down in just a few minutes. The portable base cart features sturdy legs, as well as wheels for easy portability. The systems can be comfortably positioned at end zones, corners, and halfway lines and can also be stationed in bleachers, stands, track towers, and press boxes.

Endzone Video Systems’ telescoping video towers can be used in a variety of sports, such as football, soccer, baseball, lacrosse, and track and field. Professional and collegiate teams, including the Green Bay Packers, Philadelphia Eagles, and the University of Oklahoma Sooners, are currently employing their systems.

About Endzone Video Systems

Former high-school football coach Dan Walling started Endzone Video Systems in 1996. Using his experience and knowledge of the game, he turned a personal teaching aid into a system used by over 1200 teams professional and amateur teams across North America.

Interested parties can find more information at

Endzone Video Systems

4345 Mixville Rd

United States

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