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PART NUMBER DESCRIPTION DATASHEET MOUNT NOTES
REMOTE HEAD CAMERAS
IK-4K Toshiba 4K Ultra HD 1/3" 3-CMOS C-mount
IK-HD5 Toshiba Full HD 1000 TVL 1/3" 3-CMOS C-mount
IK-HD3 Toshiba HD 1/3" 3-CMOS / 1-CMOS C-mount
IK-HD1 / 2 Toshiba HD 1/3" 3-CCD C-mount
IK-TF5P2 Toshiba SD VGA 1/3" 3-CCD - Cameralink Output C-mount
IK-TF7P2 Toshiba SD XGA 1/3" 3-CCD - Cameralink Output C-mount
SeeSense can offer a selection of miniature HD 3-CCD / 3-CMOS camera systems.
3-CCD or 3-CMOS sensor colour camera imaging technology provides the best colourimetry / colorimetry from any of the cameras we offer. They provide the most accurate colour reproduction and include the ability to adjust the colour levels to match a required standard. This could be for analysing blood or for matching the They are used in a diverse range of industries including Medical Imaging, and Machine Vision, FIlm and Professional Broadcast. Our Broadcast sales include Live Sports, Game Shows, Reality TV, Documentaries, Helicopter Cam, POV, and much more.
Toshiba offer a range of high quality 1/3" 3-CCD and 3-CMOS cameras providing excellent picture quality and colourimetry. The great thing about Toshiba cameras is the fact that, unlike many other minicams, "They Work Straight from the Box".
Toshiba 3-chip camera production technology is second to none and uses high tech alignment systems and adhesives to ensure the Toshiba prism / 3-sensor arrays are lined up micron perfect. They also use 1/3" sensors which means that their cameras can be much smaller than those using larger sensor arrays.
PAUL DEMPSTER FROM TOSHIBA DESCRIBES THEIR SENSOR BLOCK IN THE CLIP BELOW.
For further details about Toshiba's range of 1/3" 3-CCD and 3-CMOS cameras please click on the link below and look for cameras labelled.
If you already know the camera you are looking for further details can be found below.
Conventional single sensor cameras generally use a Bayer filter matrix to distinguish Red, Green or Blue (RGB) colours, meaning that one 1920 x 1080 High Definition sensor uses a third of its sensors for each. Dichroic coatings on the surfaces of a prism separate the incoming light into RGB wavelengths which are directed to three precisely-aligned sensors. The light is then recombined to produce a much sharper, cleaner and superior image.