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SRW 9000

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The SRW-9000PL is the perfect choice for anyone seeking the ultimate in picture quality and the highest levels of creative freedom in a compact, all in one digital acquisition camera. The range of option boards for SRW 9000PL for additional performance and clarity are as follows:- The HKSR-9001 HD-SDI expansion board adds dual-link HD-SDI outputs and an extra AUX input port, which works as an HD-SDI audio input for providing connectivity to an external audio multiplexing device. This allows user...
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...ce. This allows user to multiplex up to 12 channels of audio to the HD-SDI input. The latest firmware version of the HKSR-9001 also provides 3G HD-SDI output capability. The HKSR-9002 picture cache board enables the Camcorder to capture and record images with variable speed from 1 to 50 FPS in 4:2:2 mode. With this option, the Camcorder can continuously record up to three seconds of images while the Camcorder is in standby mode. With HKSR-9003 RGB 4:4:4 processing board, the Camcorder offers Full-bandwidth RGB 4:4:4 Digital Image Capturing The SRW-9000PL also offers S-LOG Gamma with the same optional board, allowing users to flexibly adjust images in the post-production process.
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