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DXC-C33/P

Ideal for use in space-limited locations, the DXC-C33/C33P incorporates one of the smallest/lightest camera head unit featuring three 1/3 type CCDs.

 

In spite of its compact (32 (W) x 38 (H) x 40 (D) mm, (1 5/16 x 1 1/2 x 1 5/8 inches) and lightweight (48 g, 1.7 oz) camera head unit, this model inherits superb picture quality of the DXC Series.

Key Features

features

Small camera head

The DXC-C33/C33P can be installed in space-limited locations. The size of the camera head unit (CHU) is one of the smallest of all the 1/3 type 3-CCD cameras.

 

High picture quality

The DXC-C33/C33P can clearly capture detailed images of objects. Adoption of three 1/3 type CCDs allows the camera to realize 2000 lux at F8, S/N ratio of 62 dB (NTSC) or 61 dB (PAL) and achieve a horizontal resolution of 850 TV lines.

 

DV out

DV output terminal allows image recording into i.LINK interface-equipped VTR with no quality deterioration. This feature is first introduced to small head 3CCD cameras.

 

10-bit DSP

The DXC-C33/C33P can capture superior pictures by adopting full Digital Signal Processing (DSP) of 10 bits.

 

DynaLatitude

This function automatically adjusts contrast corresponding to the brightness signal level of the entire image. Clear images can be captured if both bright and dark areas exist within an image.

 

Frame memory

Built-in frame memory can provide a freeze image and a remarkably enhanced image in sensitivity by longtime exposure function. Images captured by long-time exposure function can be output continuously.

 

Partial Enhance

This function allows a particular color to be selected, and its hue, saturation and detail altered. In addition, the detail produced by the high resolution of the camera can be softened or emphasized in certain parts of the image by the Partial Enhance function.

 

User-friendly control panel

The front panel is easy to use with smartly arranged knob switches and good-sized switches.

 

Two AE areas preset

AE (Automatic Exposure) function is very useful to determine the best area for incoming light metering. Users can select and set up two of the six different AE modes and can easily switch them at front panel.

 

RS-232C interface

Easy control and operation of the camera by an external computer is possible. 

 

External synchronization (HD/VD, VBS)

External, synchronization allows for multiple camera operation.

specifications

Pick-up device 

1/3 type IT (Interline Transfer) CCD (x3)

 

Effective picture 

NT SC: 768 (H) x 494 (V)

 

Elements 

PAL : 752 (H) x 582 (V)

 

Sensing area 

4.8 (H) x 3.6 (V) mm

 

Scanning system

NT SC: 2:1 interlaced, 525 lines

PAL : 2:1 interlaced, 625 lines

 

Horizontal 

NT SC: 15.734 kHz

 

Frequency 

PAL : 15.625 kHz

 

Vertical frequency

NT SC: 59.94 Hz

PAL : 50 Hz

 

Sync system 

Internal or external with VBS or HD/VD

 

Phase control 

H/SC phase control

 

Horizontal resolution 

850 TV lines

 

Lens mount 

C mount

 

Flange back 

17.526 mm in air

 

Sensitivity 

F8.0 at 2000 lux (3200 K)

 

Minimum illumination 

4 lux (F2, GA IN: HYPER)

 

S/N ratio

NT SC: 62 dB (Typical)

PAL : 61 dB (Typical)

 

Gain

STE P/AG C/HYPER selectable

STE P: 0 to 24 dB by 1 dB step

AG C: 0 to 24 dB (Limit value: 6 dB, 12 dB,

18 dB, 24 dB selectable)

HYPER: 30 dB

 

Electronic shutter 

8.0 to 1/100,000 s

 

Lens 

Manual Iris

 

AE area

Multi/Large/Medium/Spot/Slit/Manual selectable

 

AE level 

Variable

 

AE speed 

Fast/Mid/Slow selectable

 

AE detect 

Average/Peak selectable

 

Contrast effect

Manual/DynaLatitude/DCC+ selectable

 

Knee point

High/Normal/Low selectable

(Contrast Effect: Manual)

 

Black stretch 

Variable (Contrast Effect: Manual)

 

Gamma 

ON /OFF (Variable at ON)

 

Pedestal 

Master and R/B Manual adjustable

 

Black balance 

ABB

 

White balance

AWB/AT W NO RMAL /AT W WIDE/

MANUAL /3200 K/5600 K selectable

AWB or AT W R/B Paint,

MANUAL R/B Gain

 

ATW area 

NORMAL/MANU selectable

 

ATW speed 

FAST/NORMAL/SLOW selectable

 

Detail level

ALL/TARGET/OFF (Variable at ALL or TARGET )

 

Detail frequency 

HIGH/MID/LOW selectable

 

Linear matrix 

ALL/TARGET/OFF

 

Linear matrix 

STANDARD/R Enhance/G Enhance/

 

Mode 

B Enhance/Manual selectable

 

Partial enhance 

ALL/IN/OUT selectable

 

CCD integration mode 

FIELD/FRAME selectable

 

Shading compensation 

OFF/ON (Manual control)

 

Trigger polarity

Positive edge trigger/Negative edge trigger selectable

 

Baud rate

19200/9600/4800/2400/1200 selectable

 

Sync 

RGB/G/OFF selectable

 

Strobe 

Slave

 

User file

A/B switchable

(Two pattern memories)

 

Scene file

STAN DARD/MICROSCOPE/FULL AUTO /STROBE/FILE A or B

 

Output signal

i.LINK (DV): IEEE1394 Based

VBS: 1.0 Vp-p, 75 Ω, sync negative

RGB: 0.7 Vp-p, 75 Ω, sync switchable

SYNC: 2 Vp-p, 75 Ω

Y: 1.0 Vp-p, 75 Ω

C: NTSC 0.286 Vp-p, 75 Ω, without sync

PAL 0.3 Vp-p, 75 Ω, without sync

 

Operating temperature 

-5 to 45°C (23 to 113°F)

 

Storage temperature 

-20 to 60°C (-4 to 140°F)

 

Power supply 

100 to 240 V AC, 50/60 Hz

 

Power consumption 

Max. 18 W

 

Dimensions

CHU: 32 (W) x 38 (H) x 40 (D) mm

(1 5/16 x 1 1/2 x 1 5/8 inches)

CCU: 200 (W) x 88 (H) x 242 (D) mm

(7 7/8 x 3 1/2 x 9 5/8 inches)

 

Mass

CHU: 48 g (1.7 oz)

CCU: 2.5 kg (5 lb 8 oz)

 

Connectors

DV OUT (6-pin jack)

RGB/SYNC (9-pin D-sub)

VIDEO OUT (BNC)

S-VIDEO (4-pin mini DIN)

FS/TRIG IN (Stereo Mini jack)

REMOTE (8-pin mini DIN)

AC Inlet

Camera (20-pin)

 

Supplied 

Tripod adaptor

 

Accessories

AC power cable

Lens cap

Panel sheet for RM-C950

Operation instruction manual

accessories

Optional Accessories:

 

NF-Mount Lens

VCL-08WM

VCL-16WM

VCL-25WM

 

DVCAM™ Series

DSR-20MD

DSR-20MDP

 

Remote Control Unit

RM-C950

 

20-pin Multi Cable (5/10/30 m)

CCMC-20P05

CCMC-20P10

CCMC-20P30

 

i.LINK Cable (1.5/3.5 m)

VMC-IL4615

VMC-IL4635

 

9-pin D-sub Cable

CCXC-9DB

CCXC-9DD

 

9-pin D-sub Cable

CCMC-9DS

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