Ikegami will demonstrate HDR compatibility with the UHK-430 4K camera.
Ikegami will debut new technology and exhibit an advanced range of systems at the 2017 NAB Show. HDR support will feature across the product line-up. New will the cost-effective HDK-73 2/3-inch camera for 1080i/720P applications.
The Ikegami HDK-73 can be configured fiber or triax base stations, as well as self-contained operation for wireless or onsite recording applications. Fiber configurations include a choice of SMPTE or OpticalCon connectors.There is a full range of control panels from simple to sophisticated.
The HDK-73 includes new key features such as Ikegami’s Quick EZ Focus assist and CAC chromatic aberration correction.Also included is HLG hybrid log gamma for HDR picture origination.
UHK-430 4K camera
The UHK-430 4K camera, launched at 2016 Nab Show, will see upgrade for HDR support and three new viewfinders including the VFE741D, a 7.4-inch OLED viewfinder; the VFL701D, a 7-inch full HD resolution LCD viewfinder; and the VFL201D, a 2-inch portable LCD viewfinder. The SE-U430, a powerful system expander for the camera, will also be on exhibit at NAB 2017.
Two accompanying Ikegami-designed 4K monitors will be at the show. The HQLM-3120W is a 31.1-inch broadcast quality monitor. It incorporates a 10-bit, LED backlit, UHD LCD panel with a contrast ratio of 1450:1. There are two 4K inputs, also 3G/HD SDI and HDMI input as standard.Also on display will be an alternate model with a special panel supporting HDR high dynamic range.
The SHK-810 8K ultra high-definition television (UHDTV) camera will be at NAB Show 2017. Developed in collaboration with Japan Broadcast Corporation (NHK), the SHK-810 is notable for the significant size reduction and lightweight design that it brings to field and live production, which can be operated in the same manner as current broadcast cameras.
The SHK-810 employs a 33 million pixel Super 35mm CMOS sensor with PL lens mount, achieving a limiting horizontal resolution of 4000 TV lines.This portable camera utilizes standard SMPTE hybrid camera cable between head and CCU with available portable and studio viewfinders. Pictures from the SHK-810 can be viewed on a prototype Ikegami designed 55-inch full 8K resolution LCD monitor.
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