04.28.2009 10:57 AM
Originally featured on BroadcastEngineering.com
Sony updates HDC family of HD cameras with new CCD technology

Sony has updated its flagship line of HDC HD cameras for studio and live production applications. The new R Series continues Sony’s developments in CCD technology, combining its second-generation 1080/60p imager with a newly developed DSP LSI designed for enhanced digital signal processing and more comprehensive focusing capabilities.

The new models range from high-speed to multiformat cameras, including the HDC-1000R, HDC-1400R, HDC-1450R, HDC-1500R, HDC-1550R and the HDC-3300R. Additionally, option boards for the HDC-1000/1500 and HDC-1000R/1500R models will enable 3G capability to make handling 1080/60p content easier, at rates of 3 Gb/s for full-bit digital fiber transmission.

The new CCD technology is designed to achieve an extended bandwidth output signal.

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