Hitachi will introduce at NAB 2013, the SK-HD2200 full body HD production camera – a new top-of-the line studio and OB camera that features new 2/3-inch, 1080/60p, progressively scanned, (Ultra-Advanced) UAIT-CCDs, 1,100TVL resolution and 3Gbps HD-SDI signal handling from end-to-end.
The company will also introduce the Z-HD6000 CMOS studio camera, which includes new 2/3-inch CMOS camera processor. NAB2013 runs from April 6-11 in the Las Vegas Convention Center. Hitachi Kokusai Electric America will exhibit in booth C4309.
The company will spotlight the latest in its range of state-of-the-art HDTV studio/field production cameras at NAB.
Other products on display will include: the new SK-HD1500 slow-motion HDTV camera; the HV-HD33 – a compact, 3-MOS sensor, multi-standard, P.O.V. HD camera; the KP-HD20A HD camera; the SK-HD1200 native 1080/60p studio and EFP camera; the SK-HD1000 dockable studio and field camera; Z-HD5000 HDTV studio and field camera; DK-H100; and the DK-Z50 multi-purpose HDTV camera.
New at NAB2013:
The new SK-HD2200 is complemented by the portable, hand-held version model SK-HD1200. Outstanding images are acquired by three (R,G,B) 2.3 million pixel UAIT (Ultra-Advanced) 1080-line progressive-scan CCDs. Hitachi’s implementation of the most advanced digital processing technology available assure low-noise, high dynamic range pictures. The HD signal generated by the new sensors, processed by 38-bit Hitachi DSP’s, transported via our digital fiber optic system and output as SMPTE-424M SDI are 3Gbps throughout. The utmost attention to picture fidelity has been painstakingly implemented in this new camera series assuring the best return-on-investment qualities of any HDTV production camera system on the market.
Please see Hitachi for more information about their 2013 line up of cameras.