Sony HSC-300 Full HD Studio Triax Camera Chain – USED

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Sony is now proud to introduce the new HSC-300 HD/SD System Camera equipped with newly developed digital triax technology, which allows systems to be configured with conventional triax.

The HSC-300 camera supports versatile applications for HD with a high-quality SD output. It uses the latest 14-bit A/D conversion circuit as well as the superb 2/3-inch Power HAD™ FX CCDs to bring out high picture quality.

Together with the highly compact 1.5 RU-size HSCU-300 Camera Control Unit, the HSC-300 camera offers a broad choice of system configurations including the MSU-950/900 Master Setup Unit. Thus, the HSC-300 can be used in a large-scale broadcasting system consisting of multiple cameras or as a simple studio system.

The HSC-300 also offers large-lens operation in combination with Sony’s HDLA-1500 Series Large Lens Adaptors, which are accepted worldwide for the operation with HDC Series  cameras. These Lens adaptors, featuring a unique “Quick Mount” design, help to maximize the operability of the camera.  With a variety of beneficial functions packed into the camera, such as its Focus Assist function, the HSC-300 provides genuine user-friendliness.

The HSC-300 camera is equipped with field-proven 2/3-inch type full-resolution 1920 x 1080 HD Power HAD FX CCDs.

Due to Sony’s advanced sensor technologies, the CCD imager offers a high sensitivity of F10 for 59.94 Hz and F11 for 50 Hz with high signal-to-noise ratios (S/N) of -55 dB (HD) and -65 dB (NTSC)/ -63 dB (PAL). All of these excellent features capture high-quality pictures in all kinds of
demanding shooting environments.  In addition to the camera’s high performance, a wide range of capturing modes are available including 1080/50i, 1080/59.94i, 720/50P, 720/59.94P, 576/50i, and 480/59.94i.

The HSC-300 camera incorporates a high performance 14-bit A/D converter that enables
images captured by the high-performance CCDs to be processed with maximum precision.
Also, the newly incorporated Auto Lens Aberration Compensation function can optimize lens
performance to provide stunning picture quality.