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Multi-format HDTV production camera
The SK-HD1300 is a multi-format portable HDTV Studio camera. Its new MOS sensors, each having 2.6 million pixels produce outstanding imaging performance.
The camera offers progressive HD images due to Hitachi's implementation of the latest 3-MOS imaging technology. New achievements in high sensitivity and no vertical smear have been reached as a result.
Hitachi's advanced digital signal processing
Each essential part of the Hitachi SK-HD1300 camera system has its own DSP processor. Different DSP ICs are used independently for the HDTV camera head processing, the transmission system and the Camera Control Unit (CCU) processing. The new, powerefficient Hitachi's DSP processors are designed to work with any new 2K imaging technology that is in the near future thus, offering a high R.O.I. (return on investment)
An outstanding overall signal-to-noise ratio specification of 62dB is achieved by use of our own low-noise circuit technology. The standard sensitivity is rated at F10@59.94Hz (SK-HD1300)/F11@50Hz (SK-HD1300E) with 2000 lx.
Even at high gain, clear images are obtained with little noise.
Also high horizontal resolution performance of 1100TVL (Luminance channel) is the pinnacle of picture sharpness and is an attribute to the claim of having the most transparent signal processing path of any Hitachi digital camera manufactured to date.
Real-time Lens Aberration Correction (RLAC)
Modern HDTV lenses can still produce optical distortions. One of these called "Lateral chromatic aberration" can be reduced in certain lens models when used with the SK-HD1300 camera system.
The Hitachi function is called RLAC (Real-time Lens Aberration Correction) and it dynamically corrects images using correction data provided by the lens, through a digital interface with the camera.
Luminance response tools
The SK-HD1300's Black gamma function can control Initial Gamma gain more finely than conventional black stretch. Independent Initial Gamma controls are provided for the Red, Green and Blue channels providing a fine granularity control over dark colors.
The SK-HD13000's Black stretch function allows for better repro- duction of dark or underexposed areas by evenly raising the luminance response without changing the pedestal or white clip/ knee settings. It is especially useful in high contrast shooting conditions.
A new and useful function implemented in the SK-HD13000 is Ultra- Gamma, which provides seven different responses to dramatically increase exposure latitude of the camera in shooting conditions where lighting and scenery vary widely in intensity.
Auto Chroma automatically reduces over-saturated colors in the image caused by extremely bright and colorful objects such as emergency vehicle lights or stage lighting L.E.D's.
Also has the effect of ‘legalizing’ the color gamut of a particular preset masking setting.
Other Useful Production Camera Features
Prompter and floor monitor power
The SK-HD1300 camera system provides plenty of power to drive 2x 24inch LCD monitors with either Hybrid Fiber Cable or Digital Triax CCUs.
Floor Monitor Digital Video
The studio floor or talent monitor can be driven with SDI (digital) video for critical viewing by the talent.
Professional Audio connectors
Hitachi uses dependable XLR-professional type audio connectors for the 2 iIntercom headset and 2 MIC/LINE audio connections.
Precise focus can be easily achieved by the camera operator with the aid of the Hitachi viewfinder focus assist functions. They consist of a linear bar graph on the bottom of the VF raster and detail level control just for the VF video.
Gray-Scale automatic setup
Hitachi's Gray-scale auto-setup accurately adjusts the video parameters of the camera by using an external known reference, under actual lighting conditions, compensating for the lens in use. Color matching can easily be accomplished by employing this unique function.