01.23.2004 12:00 PM
Originally featured on BroadcastEngineering.com
New “Pro Digital Camera Guide” available

SYPHA, an industry consultant and developer/publisher of professional A/V equipment guides, has announced the availability of a new edition of its online guide for professional digital video cameras. The updated Pro Digital Camera Guide provides information on more than 100 broadcast and professional cameras and camcorders, and can be accessed free of charge at http://SYPHAonline.com.

The new edition offers a search page to help locate products and manufacturers by name and/or model number. Users can also search using specific categories, such as: application, recording format, recording media, body type, interchangeable lenses, aspect ratio, CCD number/size/type, frame rate, TV standard, audio channels, weight, cable/transmission type, digital interface, and cost range with/without essentials.

Contact details are provided for each product, and in some cases, a more detailed specification is available with a product shot and live email and Web links.

SYPHA has been publishing equipment guides for the professional audio and video markets since 1990. In 2001 SYPHA launched http://SYPHAonline.com, which provides free information on a variety of products through three specialized guides:

  • EURThe DAW Buyers Guide

    - for digital audio workstations and tapeless recorders.

  • EURThe NLE Buyers Guide

    - for nonlinear video editing systems and post production disk recorders/servers.

  • EURThe Pro Camera Guide

    - for professional studio and portable cameras and camcorders.

SYPHA also provides a free monthly newsletter, SYPHAnews, that covers general product news. For more information contact Yasmin Hashmi via email at sypha@syphaonline.com, or call +44 (0)20 8761 1042.

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