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|Sony DKR-700||Digital Still Image Recorder|
|MSRP: ¥ 450,000|
|Input/output: analog (S-Video, RGB, Y/C, Composite), digital (SCSI), rs-232, remote control port, Flash (mini-jack)||211 x 128.5 x 385.4mm, 7kg|
The DKR-700/2 digitally captures, records and stores color and B&W
images from a variety of analog sources, then displays these images at
high resolution and color/greyscale depth. Images are conveniently
stored on a standard Sony 2.5" (140 MB) magneto-optical type MD DATA
disc, and may be retrieved either directly by the DKR-700/2 for review
on a standard analog monitor, or by a PC running Arcsoft
Photostudiodiscs , Adobediscs Photoshopdiscs , or similar application
for viewing on a computer display. Depending on the compression mode
selected, the DKR-700/2 can digitally store and play back from 100 to
1000 still images on a standard NTSC monitor.
- High quality digital recording: 500 TV Lines, quasi-perfect colour
reproduction (bandwidth: 3 MHz),
excellent signal/noise ratio (S/N: 50 dB), image size: 768
- Storage capacity of 100 to 1000 images per MD Data
Mini-Disc depending on the
compression mode selected: 100 images in uncompressed TIF ("Fine"), 500 images in JPEG 5:1, 700 images in JPEG 8:1, 1000 images in Sony's "MD Picture" format.
- Mini-Disc capacity: 140 MBytes, rewritable.
- Seek time: very fast, less than 0.5 seconds.
- Recording time: 2 to 12 seconds, depending on JPEG
- Input/Output: analog (RGB, Y/C, Composite) or digital
- Built-in A/D and D/A converters.
- Fully compatible with other Mini-Disc computer
- Buit-in 25-image split-picture reader mode.
- External controls: RS-232 serial-port, foot pedal FS-20,
remote control RMC-700.
- Conforms to IEC-601.1 and CE-Mark medical standards.
- Camera control modes: Camera 1: Slow-shutter-trigger, Camera 2: REC-control
- An optional external strobe sensor, when combined with a video camera such as
Sony's DXC-950, makes the recorder a useful tool for proofing and cataloging digital versions of studio film exposures.
User Manual: DKR-700