Video Tech Designs Ltd
History
     
  • 1984 Video Tech Designs founded by Phillip Bone
  • 1986 First Home Video product launched - the VPC1000
  • 1988 Company moves into factory unit and starts manufacturing own products.
  • 1992 VEC1020 awarded 'Best buy' by What Video Magazine.
  • 1993 VEC1030 awarded 'Best buy' by Video Camera Magazine.
  • 1993 VTG228 awarded 'Gold Award' by Camcorder User magazine.
  • 1994 VTG228 awarded 'Award of Excellence' by What Camcorder magazine.
  • 1994 VEC1030 awarded 'Gold Award' by Camcorder User Magazine.
  • 1994 VCC3010 awarded 'Impressive performance....80%' by Camcorder User magazine.
  • 1994 VCC3010 awarded 'Well specified....90%' by Video Camera magazine.
  • 1994 VTG228 awarded 'Gold Award' by What Video magazine.
  • 1994 VTG228Plus awarded 'Best Buy' by Video Camera magazine.
  • 1995 VEC2070 awarded 'Best buy' by Video Camera magazine.
  • 1996 VEC2070 awarded 'Best Editing Acessory' by Video Camera magazine.
  • 1996 VMX410 awarded 'Best Buy' by Video Camera magazine.
  • 1996 VMX410 awarded 'Best Buy' by Camcorder User magazine.
  • 1997 VMX400 awarded 'Best Buy' by Video Camera magazine.
  • 1997 VMX400 awarded 'Gold Award' by Camcorder User magazine.
  • 1998 VTG228Plus awarded 'Best Buy' by Video Camera magazine.
  • 1998 VEC501 awarded 'Best Buy' by Video Camera magazine.
  • 1999 VCC3020 awarded 'Best Buy' by Video Camera magazine.
  • 1999 VEC501 awarded 'Best Editing Accessory of the year' by Video Camera magazine.
  • 2000 VCC3020 awarded 'Best Editing Accessory of the year' by Video Camera magazine.
  • 2001 Computer based video editing systems finally overtake stand-alone systems. Video Tech decides not to go the computer route and closes factory. Company moves to smaller premises and continues electronic design work for other companies.
  • 2005 MessageMan ScreenWriter II launched on website.
  • 2009 Company stops all design & manufacturing.
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