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Sony HD-System Cameras
HDC-25xx/-1700 Series
HSC-300R/-100R Series
HXC-D70 Series

Technical Information

Version V6.0_E
March 2014

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  • Page 1: Technical Information

    English Version Sony HD-System Cameras HDC-25xx/-1700 Series HSC-300R/-100R Series HXC-D70 Series Technical Information Version V6.0_E March 2014...
  • Page 2: V6.0 / 03-2014

    Technical Information: Sony HD System Cameras Summary of Contents Chapter Page Preface Overview: Sony HD System Camera Offerings The new HDC-Series (HDC-2xxx models incl. HDC-1700) 2.1. The Basic Concept of the new HDC-2500-Series 2.2. State-of-the-Art Picture Quality 2.2.1. Newly developed POWER HAD FX CCD Sensors 2.2.2.
  • Page 3: V6.0 / 03-2014

    6.2. Modular PRIME SUPPORT Packages Appendix 7.1. Comparison Chart: Specifications 7.2. Comparison Chart: Key Features 7.3. Compatibility Chart: Peripheral Equipment 7.4. Compatibility Chart: HDC-2500/-1700 Series vs. HDC-1500R-Series 7.5. Contacts in Sony Europe Ltd. / PSE Live Production V6.0 / 03-2014...
  • Page 4: Preface

    Technical Information: Sony HD System Cameras Preface For more than a decade Sony is successfully producing and marketing HD system cameras. It all began with the introduction of the HDC-950-Series back in 2000, a 2/3“-CCD System Camera, featuring full HD-resolution (1920x1080 Pixels), multiple frame rate support (all 1080i formats) plus fibre-optic transmission from camera head to CCU.
  • Page 5: Overview: Sony Hd System Camera Offerings

    That is the reason why Sony offers a wide variety of HD system camera solutions today, starting from the new high-sophisticating HDC-2500-series down to the new entry-level HXC-D70 camera system for corporate and educational use.
  • Page 6 Technical Information: Sony HD System Cameras 2. The New HDC-Series (HDC-2xxx models and HDC-1700) Content of this 2.1. The Basic Concept of the new HDC-Series Chapter: 2.2. State-of-the-Art Picture Quality 2.3. Unrivaled Flexibility 2.4. Best Ergonomics 2.5. Latest Feature Set 2.6.
  • Page 7: State-of-the-art Picture Quality

    Starting from 2005, when POWER HAD FX sensors were used in the HDC-1500-series for the first time, these sensor types were used in a variety of HD system cameras so that the user may expect a perfect colour-matching when using various Sony HD system cameras types together.
  • Page 8: Summary: State-of-the-art Performance

    Technical Information: Sony HD System Cameras 2.2.2. 16-bit A/D-Converters Further key elements to improve the overall performance of the new HDC-series are the new high-resolution 16-Bit A/D-converters. Compared to the 14-Bit A/D-converter technology of the predecessor HDC-1500R, it means a 4x higher resolution of the gamma curve, resulting in a better lowlight and highlight handling, providing a wider dynamic range and giving a more natural colour reproduction.
  • Page 9: Unrivaled Flexibility

    The new HDC-2570 with its digital triax transmission system can handle high-bitrate signals, too. This camera employs Sony’s unique LLVC codec technology (LLVC = Low Latency Video Codec) allowing to transmit either 1080P or 2xSloMo signals over triax cable. Moreover, latency of the codec is very low (below one field; i.e. under 20ms) so that real live broadcasting is no issue.
  • Page 10: Exchanging The Transmission Technology

    Looking at the data rates of an HDTV-signal, it becomes obvious that conventional analogue triax transmission is not able to transmit such a high-performance signal without compromise. Therefore, Sony has decided to employ fibre and digital triax transmission as a standard technology for the HDC-system cameras.
  • Page 11 To satisfy these specific production requirements, Sony has developed special converters to adapt the triax cables in the field (HDTX-200 on the camera side and HDFX-200 on the CCU- side).
  • Page 12: Fibre/triax Transmission

    Technical Information: Sony HD System Cameras 2.3.2.1. Fibre/Triax Transmission The HDC-1500-series as well as the new HDC-2500-series and HDC-1700 are based single-piece design chassis on a . That simply means that the transmission technology is integral part of the camera body and as such cannot be changed (compared to a dockable camera type with camera head and a separate camera adaptor).
  • Page 13: Wireless Transmission Technology

    HKC-WL20 side cover. The basic settings of the wireless modules are accessible via the camera menu. All remote control functions are also supported via the wireless system by using a standard Sony RCP (e.g. RCP- 1500) to remote control the camera functions.
  • Page 14 Technical Information: Sony HD System Cameras Picture 8 schows the parts that come delivered with the wireless side panel from the wireless manufacturer (BMS or VisLink) The battery bracket is a standard accessory of the wireless side panel and can easily be clicked on the rear side of the camera.
  • Page 15 The entire wireless system (Wireless Side Panel, RX-Receiver unit, antenna systems and UHF-transmitter for the remote control signals) is exclusively offered by each wireless manufacturer. These items are not sold by Sony Europe Ltd. Contact to the wireless manufacturers: VISLINK...
  • Page 16: D Productions

    Technical Information: Sony HD System Cameras 2.3.3. 3D Productions 3D HDTV was the buzz-word in 2011. On all major exhibitions, 3D equipment was displayed and due to the success in the digital cinema world, broadcasters expected 3D to become an issue for TV productions very soon.
  • Page 17: Best Ergonomics

    For a cameraman it is very important to carry a camera on his shoulder which is well- balanced, lightweight and shows the very best ergonomical features. With the new HDC-2500-series, Sony has carefully listened to the needs of the cameramen and has improved the design of the portable camera accordingly: ...
  • Page 18: Latest Feature Set

    ALAC helps to improve the longitudinal chromatic aberrations of the lens.  Please refer to picture 39 2.5.3. Adaptive Matrix Function Traditionally, Sony HDC-system cameras are equipped with a wide choice of matrix adjustment functions. All HDC-system cameras feature: (A) USER MATRIX...
  • Page 19 Technical Information: Sony HD System Cameras USER MATRIX ON / OFF -99 … +99 -99 … +99 -99 … +99 -99 … +99 -99 … +99 -99 … +99 PRESET MATRIX ON / OFF SMPTE-240M ITU-709 SMPTE-Wide NTSC ITU-601 MULTI MATRIX...
  • Page 20: Natural Skin Dtl Function

    Technical Information: Sony HD System Cameras 2.5.4. Natural Skin DTL Function Like its predecessor, the HDC-1500-series, the new HDC-2500-series comes equipped with a wide choice of Detail adjustment features: DETAIL 1 ON / OFF LEVEL -99 … +99 LIMITER M -99 …...
  • Page 21: Ethernet Trunk Channel

    Technical Information: Sony HD System Cameras 2.5.5. Ethernet Trunk Channel The HDC-2500-series is the first system camera featuring an Ethernet Trunk Channel function. The HDCU-2000/-2500 features an RJ-45 connector allowing to send an IP- signal from the CCU to the camera head. There is another RJ-45 connector on the right side of the camera head to output the IP-signal.
  • Page 22: Dc-power Out From Camera Head

    Technical Information: Sony HD System Cameras As a server to record/playback the SloMo signals, Sony recommends to utilize the SR- R1000 deck which can record up to 3 SloMo signals parallel onto SR-MEMORY cards. EVS server or BLT-server systems can also be used.
  • Page 23: Transmission Distance & Connector Types

    Technical Information: Sony HD System Cameras MSU-1000 V2.30  Spare LED setting (OFF/F DROP/X0.8) MSU-1500  Scene File Dissolve function (gradual change) RCP-1500/-1501  Adaptive Matrix Level adjustment RCP-1530  Skin Detail Zoom Link  Zoom & Focus Control ...
  • Page 24: Wide Variety Of Accessories For All Production Applications

    Technical Information: Sony HD System Cameras 2.6. Wide Variety of Accessories for all Production Applications 2.6.1. HD Viewfinder Systems (HDVF) All HDVF-viewfinders available for the HDC-/HSC-300R/-100R series can compatibly be used: Application Type Description Remarks Monocular HDVF-200 2”-Monochrome Viewfinder (CRT)
  • Page 25 Technical Information: Sony HD System Cameras Comparing the color viewfinder specifications:  Monocular Color Viewfinders Product Name HDVF-C35W * HDVF-C30WR Type Monocular VF Monocular VF Panel Picture Diagonal 3.5" 2.7" Image Size [mm] 76.8 x 43.2 59.04 x 33.21 Pixel Resolution (RGB)
  • Page 26: Large Lens Adaptors (hdla-1500 Series)

    Thus, no cables need to be connected and the camera can be mounted within a very short time (about 20 sec.). Picture 19 shows how easy to mount the camera into the HDLA-1500 (Sony Large Lens Adaptor).
  • Page 27 Technical Information: Sony HD System Cameras The HDLA-1507 is a specific type of HDLA-adaptor designed to accommodate the portable camera head with ENG/EFP lens plus a big CRT studio viewfinder (e.g.HDVF-700). All HDLA-adaptors are equipped with a separate DC-Power Out connector.
  • Page 28: T-adaptor (hkc-t)

    Technical Information: Sony HD System Cameras 2.6.3. T-Adaptor (HKC-T1500) The HKC-T1500 Adaptor kit consists out of 3 parts: the Interface box to fit into the HDC-2500/-1700-series camera body, the HKC-T1500 adaptor itself and a 12.5m multicore cable (standard accessory to HKC-T1500). The max. cable extension between HDC-2500-series camera head and HKC-T1500 adaptor is 50m (option).
  • Page 29 Technical Information: Sony HD System Cameras 2.6.4. Remote Control Panels (RCP) and Master Setup Panels (MSU) The new HDC-2500-series employs the same 700-Remote-Protocol as its predecessors (HDC-1500-series) and as such, the identical panels can be used for remote control: Application...
  • Page 30 Technical Information: Sony HD System Cameras PC-MSU: HZC-CSM10 The optional software HZC-CSM10 allows emulating an MSU on the PC using a very special GUI. Thus, the vision engineer can easily control the setup of the entire system, can transfer files and store settings.
  • Page 31 Technical Information: Sony HD System Cameras RCP-1500/-1501/-1530  Highly sophisticating remote control panels with access to almost all camera functions  Button-per-Function for the important ON-AIR items  Menu control via touch-screen  Customized function for menu control  Assignable buttons ...
  • Page 32 Technical Information: Sony HD System Cameras RCP-1000/-1001  Basic Remote Control Panels for ON-AIR operations  Button-per-Function Layout  R/B Painting function Connection to HDCU via dedicated CCA-5-xx cable  (available in 3m, 10m and 30m)  Panel can also be used as a sub-panel within a greater operational system ...
  • Page 33: New Hdcu-models (hdcu-2000/-2500)

    Technical Information: Sony HD System Cameras 2.7. New HDCU-Models (HDCU-2000/-2500) For the new HDC-2500-series, new HDCU-models were designed in order to meet the demands of the customers specifically for 3D productions and new feature sets. The HDCU-2000 is the full 19”-rack-size CCU whereas the HDCU-2500 and HDCU- 1700 are the half 19”-rack-size models.
  • Page 34: Optional Boards

    Technical Information: Sony HD System Cameras 2.7.1. Specifications & Signal Interfaces HDCU-2000 HDCU-2500 HDCU-1700 Size 19”-Rack Size Half 19”-Rack Size Half 19”-Rack Size 3 Units high 3 Units high 3 Units high Weight 17.5 kg 6.7 kg 6.7 kg Power Consumption 5.4 A (max)
  • Page 35: Cross Compatibility

    Technical Information: Sony HD System Cameras 2.7.3. Cross Compatibility *Requires SW-Version V2.0 or higher Picture 27 shows the cross compatibility of HDC- camera series Cross Compatibility Chart: HDC-1500-Series / HDC-2500-Series Camera Type CCU-Type Features & Limitations HDC-2000 HDCU-2000 3G Fibre Transmission All Frame Rates (incl.
  • Page 36: Hdc-2500 Series: Ordering Information

    Technical Information: Sony HD System Cameras 2.8. HDC-2500-Series: Ordering Information CHU [Camera Head Unit]* HDC-2000B Studio Camera Head (black color) 3G Fibre Transmission / SMPTE LEMO Connector Dual Filter Wheel Multiformat Support HDC-2000W Studio Camera Head (beige color) 3G Fibre Transmission / SMPTE LEMO Connector...
  • Page 37: Hdc-1700 – Entry Level Hdc-model

    Technical Information: Sony HD System Cameras 2.9. HDC-1700 – Entry Level HDC-Model On IBC 2012, Sony introduced the new entry level fibre system camera: HDC-1700. Although the camera design is based on the new HDC-2500-series, its feature set is focused on the main stream HDTV production application without compromise in picture quality.
  • Page 38: Accessories For Hdc-1700

    Technical Information: Sony HD System Cameras 2.9.2. Key-Features compared (HDC-1700 vs HDC-2500-Series) Key-Feature HDC-2500 HDC-2400 HDC-1700 HDC-1400R discontinued Fibre Transmission 1.5G CCU cross compatibility HDCU-2000/-2500 HDCU-1000D/-1500D *requires SW-Version V1.45 or higher HDCU-1000/-1500 HDC-1700* Carbon Side Cover 2 prompter ways Ethernet Trunk Channel Script Light Power Out DC 12V / 0.5A...
  • Page 39: Specifications

    Technical Information: Sony HD System Cameras 3. HDC-P1/1 – Enhanced Point-of-View System Camera Content of 3.1. Basic Concept of HDC-P1 this Chapter: 3.2. Specifications 3.3. Feature Set 3.4. Interfaces on HDC-P1/1 3.5. HDC-P1/1: Ordering Information 3.1. Basic Concept of HDC-P1/1 The HDC-P1/1 PoV system camera is the successor to the famous HDC-P1 which is in the market since 2007.
  • Page 40 Technical Information: Sony HD System Cameras Picture 28 shows the dimensions of the HDC-P1/1 camera Picture 29 illustrates a typical HDC-P1/1 application within an HDC- environment V6.0 / 03-2014...
  • Page 41: Hdc-p1/1 Compared

    Technical Information: Sony HD System Cameras 3.3. HDC-P1/1 compared HDC-2500 HDC-1700 HDC-P1/1 Lens Mount Sony B4 Mount Filterwheel 2x motorized 1x motorized 2x motorized 5 positions/each 5 positions 4 positions/each Option: Dual Filter wheel Imager 2/3”-POWER HAD FX CCDs (3x)
  • Page 42: The New Hsc-300r And Hsc-100r Series

    Technical Information: Sony HD System Cameras 4. The new HSC-300R and HSC-100R Series Content of this 4.1. The Basic Concept of the new HSC-Series Chapter: 4.2. Specifications & Features compared 4.3. Typical System Configurations 4.4. Signal Transmission: Camera Head to CCU 4.5.
  • Page 43: Specifications & Features Compared

    Technical Information: Sony HD System Cameras 4.2. Specifications & Features compared HSC-300RT HSC-100RT HSC-300RF HSC-100RF Number of Filter Wheels motorized manual motorized manual Filters/Wheel 4 Positions/each 4 Positions 4 Positions/each 4 Positions A/D conversion 16 bit S/N-Ratio (typical) -60dB Sensitivity F=11/2000lx [3200K, 0dB, 89.9% Refl.]...
  • Page 44: Typical System Configurations

    Technical Information: Sony HD System Cameras 4.3. Typical System Configurations The typical system configuration of HSC-300R/-100R is very similar to the HDC-2500- series. Accessory items (e.g. Remote Control Panels, Master Setup Units and all viewfinders) can compatibly be used for the HSC-300R/-100R. Only a remote camera head (i.e.
  • Page 45: Signal Transmission: Camera Head To Ccu

    Technical Information: Sony HD System Cameras HSC-Series: Viewfinder Compatibility Chart Portable HDVF-20A 2”-Monochrome CRT all Sony HD system camera models (except HXC-D70) HDVF-200 2”-Monochrome CRT Viewfinder HDVF-C30WR 2,7”-Colour LCD HDVF-C35W 3.5”-Colour LCD Studio HDVF-C550W 5”-Colour LCD HDVF-C730W 6.3”-Colour LCD Viewfinder HDVF-C950W* 9”-Colour LCD...
  • Page 46: Ccu Operation: Hscu-300rt/-300rf

    Technical Information: Sony HD System Cameras Maximum Cable Extensions: HSC-R Series Transmission Brand Cable HSC-300RT HSC-100RT Diameter HSC-300RF HSC-100RF Max. Extension Max. Extension Triax Fujikura 8.5 mm 900 m 600 m 14.5 mm 1800 m 1200 m Belden 8.0 mm...
  • Page 47: Hscu-300rt/-300rf: Signal Interfaces

    Technical Information: Sony HD System Cameras 4.6. HSCU-300RT/-300RF: Signal Interfaces HSCU-300RT HSCU-300RF Camera Triax (1) Optical Fibre (1) HSCU-300RT: FISHER Connector SMPTE LEMO HSCU-300RTL: Lemo 3T Intercom / Tally / PGM D-Sub 25-pin female (1) - INCOM (Prod/Eng) - Tally (R/G)
  • Page 48: Hsc-r Series: Ordering Information

    Technical Information: Sony HD System Cameras 4.7. HSC-R series: Ordering Information CHU [Camera Head Unit]* HSC-100RT//U HSC-100R Camera Head with FISHER Triax Connector Number Plates (1 set) / Operation Manual HSC-100RTL//U HSC-100R Camera Head with LEMO 3T Triax Connector Number Plates (1 set) / Operation Manual...
  • Page 49: The Basic Concept Of The New Hxc-d70 System

    The DXC-D55-series is a good example and was sold in high quantities all over the world. It´s operational concept is well accepted and Sony has taken this into consideration for the design of the new entry level HD camera system.
  • Page 50: Migration Path (from Sd To Hd)

    HD quality to be prepared for the future. Sony has taken this customer request into consideration and has equipped the HXC- D70 camera head with a high-quality down-converter. Thus it is possible to benefit from the high frequency response of the HD camera head and generate a state-of- the art SDTV signal.
  • Page 51: Basic Specifications

    Technical Information: Sony HD System Cameras Picture 37: migration from SD (DXC-D55 Multicore) to HD by HXC-D70 technology In case of using CCU-D50, the multicore cable carries an analogue signal and the max. cable extension is 300m. In case of using HXCU-D70, there is a digital signal transmission over the multicore cable and the max.
  • Page 52: Key Features Of Hxc-d70

    As a drawback, the weight of the lens was increased and the sensitivity was reduced by 50%. Finally, a 2x extender has always been quite expensive. Due to the above mentioned drawbacks, Sony has integrated a digital 2x extender function into the HXC-D70 camera. This function does allow to double the focal...
  • Page 53: Alac-2 Function

    Technical Information: Sony HD System Cameras P04 <GAMMA>  TABLE o STANDARD GAMMA 1 / 2 / 3 / 4 / 5 / 6 / 7 o HYPER GAMMA 1 / 2 / 3 / 4 The standard curves (1~7) are for conventional broadcast applications (incl. ITU-709, SMPTE-240M…) whereas the Hyper-Gamma curves (1~4) offer a more smooth...
  • Page 54: Autofocus Function

    Technical Information: Sony HD System Cameras 5.4.4. Autofocus Function The HXC-D70 camera head features an autofocus function when used in combination with a lens supporting this functionality. When ordering the HXC-D70K package, the camera will be delivered with an autofocus zoom lens:...
  • Page 55: Hxcu-d70 & Signal Interfaces

    Technical Information: Sony HD System Cameras 5.6. HXCU-D70 & Signal Interfaces The HXCU-D70 is the new multicore CCU for the HXC-D70 camera head. Apart from its compact design (only 1.5U high in a 19”-Rack), it features all standard broadcast interfaces to be easily integrated into a broadcast or professional environment.
  • Page 56 Technical Information: Sony HD System Cameras HXCU-D70: Basic Specifications / Inpouts & Outputs General Power supply AC 100 to 240 V, 50/60Hz +5 ~+40 Operation temperature -20 ~+60 Storage temperature Dimensions (W x H x D) 482mm x 66mm x 360mm / 1.5U high Mass 6.4Kg...
  • Page 57: Fibre Transmission System

    HXCU-FB70. It comes in as very compact shape and offers all necessary interfaces for a real HD broadcast production. The standard fibre connector is a NEUTRIK CON DUO connector mounted on a standard SMPTE 311 fibre hybrid cable. Sony offers various lengths of this cable: Type Description...
  • Page 58 Technical Information: Sony HD System Cameras If the 250m cable extension is not sufficient, an optional extension box (HXCE-FB70) enhances the distance of up to 10,000m by a conventional single mode fibre cable. Picture 42: functionality of the HXCE-FB70 extension box...
  • Page 59 The HXCU-FB70 comes equipped with a front remote panel allowing to control all important ON AIR items of the camera. For a more convenient remote operation, all Sony RCPs which support the 700- command protocol can be used (e.g.: RCP-1500 or -1000-series).
  • Page 60: Digital Triax Transmission System

    Technical Information: Sony HD System Cameras 5.8. Digital Triax Transmission System Another interesting alternative for signal transmission from camera head to CCU offers the new digital triax adaptor, the CA-TX70. This adaptor is docked to the HXC- D70 in exactly the same way as the CA-FB70 (via V-mount shoe) and can also be compatibly be used in combination with the PMW-320/-350/-500 series of camcorders.
  • Page 61: Peripheral Equipment

    Technical Information: Sony HD System Cameras 5.9. Peripheral Equipment 5.9.1. Viewfinder Systems Unlike the HDC-2500-/HSC-300 and HXC-100-series, HXC-D70 features its own viewfinder system. The HXC-D70 series was developed with due regard to keep the system costs as low as possible by obtaining a high performance level so that a new series of HD-viewfinders was launched.
  • Page 62: Ccu System Compatibilities

    HDC-/HSC-series can compatibly been used. In peer-to- peer operation, even MSU-1000/-1500 control is possible. Exclusively for the use in combination with the HXC-D70 series, Sony developed the new PC software (HZC-RCP5), to control up to 5 cameras via a very sophisticating GUI from a PC.
  • Page 63 Technical Information: Sony HD System Cameras Picture 47: PC-Remote Control software for HXC-D70 series V6.0 / 03-2014...
  • Page 64: Prime Support Offerings

    … and this usually happens in a moment when it is absolutely not convenient (On-Air situation etc.). A customer who purchases Sony HD system cameras from the beginning enjoys a very high level of support as a standard feature, much more than is legally mandatory.
  • Page 65: Modular Prime Support Packages

    Technical Information: Sony HD System Cameras 6.2. Modular PRIME SUPPORT Packages In addition to the Prime Support Pack 2, the customer has the choice to individually select the following pre-configured PRIME SUPPORT modules as an option: No. Type Description Duration...
  • Page 66 Technical Information: Sony HD System Cameras Our service & support team will be happy to assist you and tailor an individual support package for you according to your specific needs and requirements. Please contact the Support Team in your country to learn more about the wide variety of support options we can individually tailor according to your specific requirements and budget.
  • Page 67 Technical Information: Sony HD System Cameras Space for personal notes V6.0 / 03-2014...
  • Page 68: Appendix

    7. Appendix HDC‐2000  HDC‐2400DF  HDC‐2570  HDC‐1700  HSC‐300R  HSC‐100R  HXC‐D70  7.1. Comparison Chart  HDC‐2500  HDC‐2400  Specifications  Optical Filters  5  5  5  5  4  4  4  Filterwheels  2 servo  2(DF) / 1 servo  2 servo  1 servo  2 servo  1 manual  1 manual  Pick Up Devices  3x CCDs  3x CMOS  Power HAD FX Type  EXMOR  Pixel Resolution (native)  1920 x 1080  1920 x 1080  1920 x 1080  1920 x 1080  1920 x 1080  1920 x 1080 ...
  • Page 69: Comparison Chart: Key Features

    Technical Information: Sony HD System Cameras 7.2. Comparison Chart HDC‐2500  HDC‐2400DF  HDC‐2570  HDC‐1700  HSC‐300R  HXC‐D70  HDC‐2400  HSC‐100R  Key Features Prompter Channels  1  1 (Fibre)   2 (Triax)  Ethernet trunk Channel  ‐‐‐  ‐‐‐ ‐‐‐ ‐‐‐ Data Trunk Channel  RS‐232C/RS422 RS‐232C/RS422 RS‐232C/RS422 RS‐422 RS‐422 RS‐232C Utility Power Out (Camera Head)  DC 12V/2.5A DC 12V/2.5A DC 12V/2.5A  DC 12V/0.5A DC 12V/2.5A DC 12V/0.5A...
  • Page 70: Compatibility Chart: Peripheral Equipment

    Technical Information: Sony HD System Cameras HDC‐2000  HDC‐2500  HDC‐2570  HDC‐1700*  HSC‐300R  HSC‐100R  HXC‐D70  7.3. Compatibility Chart    HDC‐2400  Peripheral Equipment   HDC‐2400DF  Monocular  HDVF‐200 ‐ +  ‐  Viewfinder  HDVF‐20A ‐ +  ‐  HDVF‐C30WR ‐ +  ‐  HDVF‐C35W ‐ +  ‐  CBK‐VF01 ‐ ‐...
  • Page 71: Compatibility Chart: Hdc-2500/-1700 Series Vs. Hdc-1500r-series

    Technical Information: Sony HD System Cameras 7.4. Compatibility Chart: HDC‐2500‐/‐1700 Series vs. HDC‐1500R‐Series HDC‐ HDC‐2400 HDC‐2750 HDC‐ HDC‐ HDC‐ HDC‐ HDC‐ HDC‐ HDC‐ HDC‐ HDC‐ Camera Head Type 2000  2400DF  1500RD  1500R  1700*  2000  2400  1500RD  2000  2400  1500R  2500    2500    2500  1400R  HDCU‐2000 / HDCU‐2500 HDCU‐1000D HDCU‐1000 ...
  • Page 72 Technical Information: Sony HD System Cameras 7.5. Contacts in Sony PSE    For technical information on System Cameras contact to:     Senior Marketing Manager – NORTH (Basingstoke)               Kazuho Haruyoshi   Phone: +44 7881013732   eMail: Kazuho.Haruyoshi@eu.sony.com     Product Specialist – DACH (Cologne)   Gisbert Hochguertel   Phone: +49 22129262214  eMail: Gisbert.Hochguertel@eu.sony.com     Product Specialist – SOUTH & EAST (Madrid)   Fernando Muro   Phone: +34 915365767  eMail: Fernando.Muro@eu.sony.com     Product Specialist – SOUTH & EAST (Roma)  Francesco Intiglietta   Phone: +39 3480118085  eMail: Francesco.Intiglietta@eu.sony.com     Or just send an eMail to:   PSESystemCamera@eu.sony.com We will be happy to help you. ...

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