A New HDTV Video Camera For $40k

Posted: Jul 11 2004, 2:01pm EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 2:41pm CDT, in News | Other Stuff

 
A New HDTV Video Camera for $40k
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Roland Piquepaille writes:
"A new high-resolution camera developed by Imaging Solutions Group for the U.S. Navy and NASA should be available in six to nine months, according to this article from Technology Research News. This camera delivers 8.3 million pixels with 24-bit color at a rate of 30 frames per second, about four times the resolution of today's HDTV systems. The complete system includes an IBM T221 9.2-megapixel liquid crystal display. "The system allows a person with 20/20 vision standing half a meter away from the screen to see a view that is arguably equivalent to looking through a window, according to the researchers." No price has been set, but it should be slightly above US$40,000. In this overview, you'll find more details, references and illustrations."





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