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Sony HDC-P50 Wireless Control
The Sony HDC-P50 is a light, compact Point of View (POV) system camera. Integrating seamlessly with existing HD infrastructure, lenses and accessories, it gives ambitious programme makers exciting new possibilities for creating HD, 4K and HDR productions. This light and compact POV system camera features the world’s first 2/3-inch 4K global shutter three CMOS sensor system that delivers exceptional image with impressive sensitivity and wide dynamic range. Thanks to ultra-high precision alignment technology, three 4K sensors on the newly-developed prism achieves ITU-R BT.2020 broadcast standard widened colour space. As a result, the HDC-P50 delivers exceptionally high-quality images in demanding 4K/HDR live production environments.
The Maxwell z24 system supports wireless control of the HDC-P50 camera using Sony control panels including the RCP-1500. Customers currently using the Maxwell wireless system with HD cameras including the HDC-P1 now have an upgrade path to UHD and HDR production. Seamless bidirectional control means that all new features can be controlled and camera parameters viewed in real time. And without the need for firmware upgrade on the Maxwell. There are no licensing requirements for the radio operation as it utilises robust Frequency Hopping technology in the 2.4GHz ISM band. Red and Green Tally signals are supported on the camera and the control panel as standard.
See how the system works on the following link vimeo.com/92186973