Broadcast Television Services of Austin, Texas
DXC D30 WS
(shown here with studio back)
3-chip 2/3-inch, Interline-Transfer CCU
Horizontal Resolution 850 Lines
Gain Selection -3dB, through Hyper Gain (30dB+DPR)
Shutter Speed Selection OFF, 1/100, 1/250, 1/500, 1/1000, 1/2000 sec.
Clear Scan Range 60.4Hz through 200.3Hz
Signal-to-Noise Ratio 63db (Typical)
Power Consumption with PVV3 25.3 W
Built-in Filters 1: 3200K, 2: 5600K +1/8ND, 3: 5600K, 4: 5600K +1/64ND
Lens Fujinon Pegasus II (14X9) with 2x extender
Lens Filters Pro Mist #1, 8 Point Star, Circular Polarizer, #3 fog
Weight Camera head, lens, deck, batteries and wireless approximately 24 lb. The Camera and battery charger / AC power supply in it's aircraft approved hard case is approximately 57 lb. We also have a soft case for aircraft carry ons.
Switchable Aspect Ratio: Allows a smooth migration from 4:3 to 16:9 acquisition.
Interfacing: Allows the use of several popular digital and analog tape formats including Betacam SP and DVCAM.
Digital Signal Processing: Digitally enhances picture quality and stability, gives the videographer greater control over the camera, and allows for expanded creativity in capturing the image. RGB 10 bit A/D converter. Latest state-of-the-art digital signal processing for faithful color and a wide dynamic range of contrast. Allows remote control of all the camera functions through a wideband triax system (TX7). Skintone detail function accounts for outstanding quality of images reproducing human skin.
Optimized Set-Up Functions: Fully digital set-up functions establish stable and accurate camera settings that can be tailored to the user's needs. These settings can be digitally loaded to other DXC-D30 cameras for precise matching.
ClipLink Operation: In conjunction with Sony's EditStation non-linear editing system, the ClipLink feature permits "editing while shooting" by marking clips and filing them with timecode on the DVCAM videocassettes. The ClipLink feature can save time and valuable disk space on non-linear systems and allows editors to begin work with an instant edit list and reference shots.
DVCAM Storage/RS-232C: Using built-in communications, camera set-up files can be stored on the DVCAM videocassettes and transmitted to remote cameras using RS-232C-based external equipment