08.02.2004 12:00 PM
Originally featured on BroadcastEngineering.com
Ikegami debuts HD Super SloMo HDL-40HS camera


Ikegami's Super SloMo HDL-40HS camera

Ikegami has introduced its new Super SloMo HDL-40HS camera that makes full resolution super slow-motion capture for live HDTV telecasts possible.

The one-piece camera features Ikegami’s CMOS sensors, and captures 120 frames per second (samples at 1280x720). High-resolution HD SloMo images are stored on an HD LSM-XT server from EVS.

A 720/120p via dual link HD SDI supplies the high frame rate needed, sending it to the server for slow-motion replay while standard 720p output is available for live use. The HDL-40HS can also operate at 1080/60P.

For more information visit www.ikegami.com.

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