05.19.2006 02:31 PM
Originally featured on BroadcastEngineering.com
FFV launches NDT 200 DVR

FFV introduced the NDT 200 portable handheld digital video recorder featuring a standard removable 2.5in hard-disk drive and a large display panel and touchpad for ease of operation at NAB2006.

The NDT 200 is designed as a drop-in replacement for tape-based recording devices. The recorder provides selectable compression ratios from 4:1 to 30:1, dual-channel audio, time-dated stamp and character displays and time-lapse recording, loop and pre-event recording. It also builds and edits clip lists.

The touch-pad user interface and large pushbutton controls make this DVR intuitive and uncomplicated. All functions can be controlled via the touchpad, soft buttons and LCD panel on top of the unit or from an external PC or VTR controller.

External control is available through optional machine control software, and the recorder can be powered through an external low-DC-voltage input or by replaceable/rechargeable internal batteries.

For more information, visit www.ffv.com.

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