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Toshiba Imaging - World?s Smallest, HDTV Hi-Def Camera System


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Toshiba Imaging Systems Division
: 06 April, 2008  (New Product)
Toshiba Imaging to Exhibit World’s Smallest, HDTV Hi-Def Camera System at NAB Show, April 14-17, 2008, Las Vegas, NV
Toshiba Imaging will showcase the IK-HD1 3CCD HDTV Camera at the National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) in Las Vegas, NV, April 14 -17, 2008 at Norpix Booth #SL10410 and Telemetrics Booth # C6933. The world’s smallest HD camera head (only 1.6 inches, weighing 2.3 oz.) plus the ultra-compact control unit makes the IK-HD1 ideal for broadcast applications and other imaging tasks where space is limited.

The sophisticated and affordable IK-HD1 HDTV system utilizes Toshiba’s proprietary 3CCD prism block technology, delivering true color, bright contrast and extraordinary detail from the small cam head. Features include 1920 (H) x 1080 (V) resolution at 30 frames per second making this system highly suitable for reality TV, specialty broadcast, sports, news, commercials and many other high definition video imaging applications.

A C-mount lens flange and RS232C serial interface and multiple outputs for HD-SDI (SMPTE 292M), analog RGB, or Y/Pb/Pr are standard. Accessories for the system include a 4 mm or 15 mm lens and camera cables in 3-, 6-, 10- or 30-meter lengths. Toshiba’s IK-HD1 HDTV cameras have been recently used on the New American Gladiators and Cash Cab TV shows. For more information, please visit www.cameras.toshiba.com.
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