Scene Change extends Vista family
10 August 2012
Australia - AV company Scene Change has purchased a Jands Vista S1 console to accompany their existing Jands Vista I3 console.
"We've been more than happy with our Vista I3 and it made sense to purchase another console that was already in line with what we were using," commented Jordan Renouf from Scene Change. "By adding the Vista S1 we've gained more functionality and because it is the same software as the Vista I3, the ease of usability for the guys has been very simple."
Renouf states that the surface of the Vista S1 is particularly good with a good number of playback handles for such a small surface.
"Again, it has a similar surface to the Vista I3," he added. "The Vista is such an intuitive console - easy to use and quick. Because of this intuitive design it's very quick to patch and program and have a show up and running quickly. Also, as it's designed locally, it's really easy to get someone on the phone or to answer your email quickly if you have a query."
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