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Vinten is a manufacturer of camera supports founded in 1910 and based in Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk
Vinten, then exchanging as 'W. Vinten Cinematograph Designers', was formally established by William Vinten in 1910 and was initially based at 89-91 Wardour Road, London. The organization started in 1909 by assembling Kinemacolor projectors for Charles Urban.[1]

In 1914, the organization workshops were assumed control by the legislature and Vinten were welcomed by Sopwith at Kingston upon Thames to work nearby them in their plane industrial facility. This drove in 1915 to a welcome by the Imperial Flying Corps for William Vinten to outline and assemble an uncommon cine-camera for use in flying machine. Vinten built up the Model B - the primary cine-camera that could be worked while hung over the side of an air ship and accordingly started to work in close co-operation with both the military and the film business.

In 1928 Vinten extended and moved to Cricklewood, North London, essentially supplying the film business by making specific gear for organizations, for example, Kodak. By 1937 around seventy five percent of all movies appeared in England were prepared utilizing hardware created by Vinten. The organization additionally had a solid nearness in making both sound and creation gear.

The Second World War made an expanded prerequisite for surveillance cameras and military contracts secured world business sector nearness for observation work.

In the late 1940s, the show market started to prosper and Vinten built up the principal telerecording camera. Subsequently the English TV Partnership turned out to be progressively included with Vinten. The BBC turned into the world benchmark for whom Vinten adjusted a hefty portion of their unique film camera underpins making hardware more suitable for TV cameras.[2]

In 1964 Vinten moved to Cover St Edmunds in Suffolk. In 1972, Vinten was skimmed on the London Stock Trade.

Vinten automated camera control at Al Jazeera studios in London

In the mid 1980s Vinten started to create remote control television frameworks ahead of schedule in conjunction with the BBC for use in their primary N1, N2 and N3 news studios. Not long after this a second wander was embraced with the Saskatchewan Lawmaking body, utilizing the framework to broadcast State legislative procedures.

In 1984 the organization changed its name to Vinten Bunch plc.

In 1988 Vinten split into two separate elements. W Vinten Ltd (now Thales Optronics Ltd) concentrated exclusively on surveillance hardware and moved into new premises. Vinten Telecast Ltd stayed on the same site, focusing on show mounting gear arrangements.

From 1989 Vinten Bunch started a progression of acquisitions: Manfrotto Bunch (1989), Bexel (1991), Gitzo (1992), Bogen Imaging (1993), TSM Inc [known for AutoCam item range](1993), Sachtler (1995).[3] Vinten Bunch plc changed its name to Vitec Bunch plc in 1995 yet the Vinten name proceeded as Vinten Telecast Ltd kept on exchanging as a major aspect of the gathering.

Taking after the securing of Radamec in 2003 another brand Vinten Radamec was made to assume control over the assembling of mechanical camera bolster items.

Vinten keeps on being a main maker of lighweight, TV studio and outside show camera backings, for example, tripods, platforms and dish and tilt heads.