This cost-effective Panasonic AK-HC3800GS Studio Camera with optical fiber transmission capability meets the high-end TV program production needs of broadcast studios. The developed AK-HC3800 Studio Handy Camera is equipped with a high-sensitivity, high-quality 2/3 type 2.2 megapixel 3CCD and a high-precision 16 bit A/D image processing circuit. The advanced digital functions such as Chromatic Aberration Compensation (CAC), Digital Extender, Film Rec Gamma, Dynamic Range Stretch (DRS) and etc.
Realize high image quality and versatile operations. By using the AK-HC3800 together with the AK-HCU200 Camera Control Unit, AK-HRP200G Remote Operation Panel and AK-HVF70G 17.8 cm (7 inches) LCD Color Viewfinder, an optical fiber transmission studio camera system that achieves high image quality, uncompressed and long-distance transmission, can be configured at a low cost
The camera and camera control unit can be connected for long-distance transmission of video signals over approximately 1,200 m (1,312 yards) when power is supplied from the camera control unit. The camera control unit and remote operation panel are connected either by a dedicated cable or an IP connection.
Panasonic AK-HC3800GS Studio Camera Studio Handy Camera
High Quality images achieved by a Highly developed DSP. Advanced digital technology allows compact, lightweight lenses to meet studio production needs.
3CCD with High Sensitivity, Low Noise and Low Smear
The 2/3 type 2.2 megapixel 3CCD enables the standard sensitivity of F11 (2,000 lx/59.94 Hz) which is one of the highest sensitivity in this range of cameras. A high S/N ratio of 60 dB (at 59.94 Hz) produces high quality images with low noise and low smear. Panasonic’s single-channel transfer system and spatial-offset processing technologies also improve signal modulation depth and reduce more.
Multi Video Format
Panasonic AK-HC3800GS Studio Camera supporting 1080/59.94i, 1080/50i, 1080/23.98p, 25p and 1080/29.97p video format are supported as standard. In addition, 720/59.94p, 720/50p and 1080/23.98PsF video format can also be supported when selected on CCU.
Chromatic Aberration Compensation (CAC)
This exclusive technology sets up a conversation between lens and camera which allows for a highly sophisticated algorithm to be deployed that will automatically compensate the registration error that is caused mainly by lens chromatic aberration and minimize the circumjacent blur.
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