Excellent picture quality for High Definition production over optical fibre
This product contains pre-installed software and requires the purchase of licence keys to activate some functions.
* Optional HZC-PSF3 software is required.
Sophisticated 2/3-inch CCDs
High-quality 16-bit A/D conversion and DSP LSI
Digital Extender function
Auto Lens Aberration Compensation 2 (ALAC2) function
Versatile camera interfaces
1.5 Gbps optical fibre operation
The HSC-100RF camera incorporates 1.5-Gbps high bitrate optical fibre transmission system, as standard, which enables signal transmission over a long distance. The developed optical fibre transmission system offers long cable runs of up to 2000 m (6562 feet)* between the camera and the HSCU-300RF.
* The maximum cable length depends on the camera system configuration, lens type, and the number of cable connections.
Simple and yet versatile system configuration
The HSC Series camera offers flexible configuration with the highly compact 1.5 RU-size HSCU-300R and HSCU-300RF Camera Control Units, creating a standardised 19-inch rack system that is ideal for space-limited production areas. When the front panel of the HSCU-300R or HSCU-300RF is replaced with the optional CCU Front Control Panel HKCU-FP2, a simple remote control system can be configured. Many functions of the camera can be controlled by the control knobs and switches on the HKCU-FP2.
Furthermore, when the optional HZCU-MC3 camera operating software is installed, the HSCU-300R and HSCU-300RF allows the HSC-300R/100R and HSC-300RF/100RF respectively to be controlled by a MSU-1000/1500 Master Setup Unit or RCP-1000 series Remote Control Unit, enabling the camera to be used as a simple studio system or as part of a large-scale broadcasting system consisting of multiple cameras.
Position-adjustable shoulder pad
Two types of Focus Assist functions
Viewfinder Detail: adds dedicated image-enhancing edge signals directly to the viewfinder for a camera operator to recognise a focusing point.
Focus Assist Indicator: displays an indicator for adjustment at the bottom or other position of the viewfinder frame. It’s beneficial especially when shooting by wide-viewing angle.