03.22.2007 08:00 AM
Originally featured on BroadcastEngineering.com
Ikegami to unveil new HD box cameras

Ikegami Electronics will exhibit several new products at NAB2007, including the new HDL-45 and HDL-45P one-piece full-digital HD box cameras and the HDL-F50 multiformat CMOS imager-based compact HD camera for gyroscopic aerial mounts.

Other new products will include the HDE-X11 tapeless HD field recorder, the HDS-300R holographic video archiving system, the HLM-1710R 17in LCD monitor and FE-100A Series Fiber Extension systems for the HDL-45 or HDN-X10 EditcamHD.

The HDL-45 and HDL-45P 1080i and 720p HD box cameras feature advanced 14-bit analog-to-digital conversion and are designed for use in such locations as traffic and weather-cam mounts, goalposts, trackside or other out-of-reach vantage points.

The new HDL-F50 multiformat CMOS HD camera is designed to meet the size requirements for gyro-stabilized aerial camera mounts. Its one-piece space-saving design minimizes the number of camera input and output signals, simplifying signal transportation and allowing a gyro-stabilized ball mount to transmit camera signals with a minimum of slip rings.

See Ikegami Electronics in NAB2007 booth C4226 or visit www.ikegami.com.

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