Just a touchscreen. Nothing to shout about. However, this one connects to our RPS copy stand and does add a nifty feature. It enables the operator to store height settings and when you’re in the digitizing / archival industry that may seriously enhance your workflows efficiency.
The Cambo RPS motorized copy stand has been recently upgraded and the new RPS-200 series comes in a variety of guises. The RPS-200 is a column only and in this configuration is is used with RPS-170 wall mounts. The RPS-250 set comes with a metal base and a baseboard. The baseboard has a removable insert that allows for the optional RPS-165 LED panel, which can be used to digitize translucent materials.
The RPS-200 and the RPS-250 are operated by the standard remote control. The mode button toggles between high and low speed movement. The dial enables you to adjust the speed in small increments, necessary for precise focusing.
The RPS-205 and the RPS-255 are the same repro stands as the stands mentioned above, with the addition of the new Smart Controller. This device enables you to create numerous folders in which various height settings can be stored. To keep things organized, it has the option to add notes to each setting.
A typical workflow is to create folders for several clients. Inside these folders the camera’s heights for various objects can be stored. Since you may vary lenses and other settings as well, this is where the memory comes in handy.