Cámaras de video

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Sony DXC-M3

Vintage 1985 3 Tube Sony DXC-M3 Cámara de video de transmisión analógica Pro Studio Cámara de vídeo saticon color MF Vídeo analógico Detalles del modelo Tubos saticon de campo mixto de 3 2/3", resolución 750l 57db s/n, generador de caracteres incorporado, blanco automático/negro Visor electrónico * Videocámara portátil, color, PAL. Tipo Saticon 2/3". CVBS solamente. Consumo de energía de 16 W. Accesorios acoplables. Fuente de alimentación nominal de 12 voltios 2 amperios Hecho en Japón.

Hitachi
Compucam SK 97

Portable Videocamera, color, PAL. 

 

Saticon 2/3" type. tube 


AUTO BLACK/WHITE BALANCE

 

SK-970has its own on-board computer,

I can set everything up at the same time automaticaly!

 

Power supply rated at 12 volts 2 amps

Made de by 

Hitachi densdi LTD

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Cámara Sony  
Modelo CCD -TR416 Handycam Video 8 x

Marca    Sony

Tecnología de conectividad    Infrared

Características especiales    Infrared, Lightweight

Tamaño de pantalla    3.5 Pulgadas

Zoom óptico    18

Tipo de videocámara    Cámara deportiva

Tipo de lente    Zoom

Factor de forma    Handheld

Peso del artículo    1.7 Libras

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Construcción ligera

180 x zoom digital

Color visor

Capacidad de vídeo nocturna por infrarrojos

Seis modos de exposición programadas

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Cámara Canon Modelo XL1

The XL1 features an exclusive XL lens-mount system which, when used with an optional EF mount adapter, allows the camcorder to utilize a range of Canon’s extensive lineup of EF lenses for EOS 35mm cameras. It also accommodates an optional 1.6x XL extender which increases lens magnification by 60%.

 

The camcorder is supplied with a 16x optical zoom XL5.5-88mm IS lens which delivers exceptionally clear, sharp images and resolves over 600 TV lines. The high-performance lens also supports Canon’s new SuperRange image stabilizer, which virtually eliminates the effects of low-frequency vibrations. The new system improves upon the conventional gyro-sensor method by also employing a motion vector to detect vibrations, offering even greater image-stabilizing performance.

 

The XL1 uses a 3-CCD system with separate 1/3″ CCD image sensors for processing each primary color: red, green and blue. Light that passes through the lens is separated by a prism into its primary components and is sent to its own CCD. The process achieves outstanding detail and faithful color reproduction.

 

The camcorder also employs advanced CCD technology called Pixel Shift, which realizes improved video signal, including a wider dynamic range, low color noise, excellent color reproduction, and high resolution. By horizontally shifting the green CCD by one-half pixel and then electronically shifting the green signal vertically by one pixel, Pixel Shift maximizes the system’s 270,000-pixel CCDs, achieving high resolution comparable to 410,000-pixel CCD systems. Canon has chosen to utilize larger-sized pixels in each CCD to deliver outstanding results when shooting in super low-light situations.