04.09.2009 10:47 AM
Originally featured on BroadcastEngineering.com
Sony to unveil new HD studio cameras

Sony Electronics will introduce a new line of HD studio cameras designed to make HD production more accessible without sacrificing quality.

The new HSC-300 and HXC-100 cameras use Sony’s digital triax transmission technology, which supports use of existing triax cable infrastructures.

The HSC-300 camera is compatible with Sony’s existing large lens adaptors and can be used with triax cable runs of up to .8mi. The HXC-100 model can be used for runs of up to .52mi. Both models feature a 2/3in Power HAD FX CCD with 2.2 million pixels and are switchable between 1080i and 720p 50/60Hz, with 525i and 625 SD modes available from the camera head and CCU. They offer comprehensive image controls with wide dynamic range and a 14-bit A/D.

See Sony Electronics at the NAB Show in Booth C11001.



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