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Microphone for JVC camcorders with XLR input
The FS-790PNVCG is available as basic powered hybrid fibre systems with Neutrik OpticalCON connectors. Standard power is supplied via the optional hybrid cable. A camera head power wafer is also supplied for the camera side.
The max specified length for these fibre systems is up to 500 meters on SMPTE Hybrid fibre. All HD, video, Audio, and control signals and up to 50 watts of continuous 12VDC Power is available over the length of the cable.
FS-790PNVCG consists of:
Local remote control panel for the GY-HM790E camcorder. (Plus discontinued GY-HD251, GY-HD201, GY-HD200 models).
The RM-LP25U Operator control panel (OCP) works with the RM-HP790DE camera control unit to offer extensive control options including paint, iris, gamma level, knee and black level.
Basic MFC-2 follow focus kit for DSLR and ENG style lenses, with a gear ratio of 1:1. The kit includes the MFC-2S 15 mm snap-on bracket (0500-1010), the MFC-2 Gear unit 1:1 (0500-1100) and the MFC-2/6 Knob standard with 1 adjustable stop (0500-1205). There is no drive gear included in the MFC-2S DSLR kit.
The KJ13x6B KRS is a very affordable 2/3” portable wide angle lens with excellent focal range and optical performance. Ergonomic design creates improved handling with less fatigue.
Fujinon Remote Controls Focus and Zoom Kit complete with:
The RM-HP790DE Camera control unit, 26p HD-SDI for GY-HM790 (and discontinued GY-HD250/251) camcorders.
When used in combination with a multi-core equipped GY-HM790 or GY-HD250 camera the RM-HP790DU allows users to build an economical fully digital HD studio system. Both HD or SD component and SDI video are supported, giving users the flexibility to use a either a component switcher or SDI switcher. Lossless SDI output from the camera can be delivered to the switcher when a multicore/BNC hybrid camera cable is utilized.
The controller can address up to 4 cameras, of different types (Sony, Ikegami, Panasonic, Hitachi, JVC, Bradley, etc.) with up to 99 cameras on a system. Camera type selection is via the menu and internal DIP switches set which 4 cameras are to be addressed.
The controller can address up to 4 cameras, of different types (Sony, Ikegami, Panasonic, Hitachi, JVC, Bradley, etc.) Camera type selection is via the menu and a small ‘Protocol Converter’ is required at the camera to communicate with each individual camera.
The VF-HP790G is a 8.4" LCD studio viewfinder for the GY-HM790 ProHD camcorder.
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