Author Topic: 15000$ (1990's) Sony 3CCD Analogue color camera giveaway! (shipping costs apply)  (Read 1229 times)

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Offline madsbarnkob

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As a part of Dave giving me the opportunity to reach a larger audience through the guest videos, I hope this camera can bring something good to another member here on the forum.



It is a Sony BVP-7AP Color Video Camera which is meant to be used with the CCU-355/P, this is the central control unit that would sit in a car with the satellite dish or be mounted in the mixer room of a studio.

It has nice viewfinder and properly a good shotgun microphone. It has a Fujinon 14x motorized zoom lens. It has 3 separate color sensors, hence the 3CCD brand, they sit in a optical filter for Red, Green and Blue.

It delivers a 720x576 lines PAL encoded signal, form the test output, the combined CCU output is a mix of picture, sound and internal communication on a special carrier frequency.

It has seen some water from bad storage, which never entered the electronics, but the UV filter behind the lens seems to have some glass pest and the exterior of the zoom lens and view finder has some aluminium corrosion. But it seems fully functional.

This is a heavy item (6kg) and shipping might be in the range of 60€ for Europe (even worse overseas), cost can vary from country to country, please ask for specific price if needed.

I will also include the DVR-USB converter and the dodgy software that came with it :)

The "contest" rules

0. Watch the video to get an idea of the electronics that is inside
1. Present a short description of a project that you want to use this camera for
2. Projects that will focus on digitalizing the analogue sensors for a new purpose will be considered front runners
3. I pick the winning idea on February 1st 2018
4. Show the result to the eevblog.com forum
http://www.kaizerpowerelectronics.dk - Tesla coils, high voltage, pulse power and more :)
http://www.highvoltageforum.net - Dedicated high voltage / Tesla coils forum
 


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