The latest addition to Ikegami’s UNICAM XE series will launch at IBC 2017. The UHK-435 3-CMOS 2/3-inch sensor 4K/HD studio camera accepts B4 mount lenses.
Operator's controls on the Ikegami UHK-435 studio/OB camera.
The Ikegami UHK-435 delivers wide dynamic range and wide color gamut, fully supporting Hybrid Log-Gamma (HLG) conforming to BT 2100.
The camera is compatible with UNICAM XE series peripherals including as the CCU-430 camera control unit, VFL 701 D 7-inch HD LCD viewfinder and 7.4-inch OLED viewfinder. The viewfinder can be positioned close to the extended line of the optical axis. Interfaces are available for a wide range of signal protocols including quad 3G-SDI, 12G SDI and IP.
The latest addition to Ikegami’s Unicam HD camera series, the HDK-73 launched at the 2017 NAB show will now has HLG HDR compatibility. The camera has high sensitivity 2/3-inch CMOS sensors with either 1080i or 720p output.
Other additions to Ikegami’s pipeline include a new 12G-SDI interface option for its CCU-430. The new 12G-SDI interface allows greater flexibility for content creators, with the CCU-430 also designed to support 3G-SDI, simultaneous-output and VoIP, allowing for greater resolution, frame rates, colour fidelity and future trends for 4K systems.
Also on display at INC is Ikegami’s 4K monitor HQLM-3120W. The new monitor is equipped with two channels of 12G-SDI input as standard for efficient configuration with 4K equipment such as cameras and switchers.
A further two new monitors in Ikegami’s HD 60 series are the 17 inch HLM-1760WR and the 9 inch compact HLM-960WR.
Ikegami will also be showing a prototype of its new 4K HDR monitor and 4K POV camera for robotic or unmanned studio operation.
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