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Toshiba IK-4K UltraHDToshiba America Information Systems Inc. has announced the IK-4K UltraHD, a three-CMOS 4K miniature video camera for live-event broadcast applications.

The camera provides up to 1600 TV lines of resolution at real-time frame rates. It features five user-programmable scene files and a comprehensive settings menu with 12-color matrix adjustment. It offers 3840 × 2160-pixel, 59.94-Hz output, remote control via RS-232 and a standard C-mount lens mount.

The two-piece, remote-head camera system design combines proprietary prism block technology with advanced image processing capabilities. The camera head, which is located between 3 and 15 m from the camera control module, supports a range of camera rigging options.

The camera features switchable formats from UltraHD 4K at 50/59.94 Hz to 1080p and 1080i. When operating in HD1080p/i modes, the camera does not require a video distribution amplifier. Instead, it functions as a built-in distribution amplifier, providing four simultaneous 1920 × 1080 50/59.94-Hz video streams.



Published: April 2015
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