The Canon BU-47H weatherproof remote control robotic pan-tilt HD 16:9 camera features a Canon HD camera equipped with three 1/3-inch (2.37 million-pixel) CCDs, a Genuine Canon HD zoom lens with 18x optical zoom ratio (7.4-134mm), and a remote-control ND (neutral density) filter.
Outputs include HD-SDI or SD-SDI with embedded audio (using a third-party microphone) and standard-definition composite NTSC. The BU-47H remote-control robotic pan-tilt HD camera can output HD-SDI and composite video simultaneously for high-definition recording and standard-definition monitoring at the same time.
The Canon BU-47H works can be controlled by Vaddio's™ Precision Camera Controller and ProductionVIEW™ HD-SDI with the included adapters.
The uses rating system that defines Gold, Silver and Bronze acquisition and delivery levels. Depending on particular camera make and model and on post-production process, HDV footage can be rated as Silver HD, Bronze HD, or widescreen SD. In particular, some users consider Canon HDV camcorders to deliver the best-looking image with the least amount of compression artifacts among the models having 25 Mbit/s MPEG-2 HD codec.
|Canon HD Camera System|
|Canon Optics for HD|
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Canon HD Camera System
The Canon HD Camera System is a unique system that combines the three vital elements of a camcorder: a lens, an image sensor, and an image processor. Each of these elements is designed and manufactured by Canon. And because the system is created in-house rather than by third parties, each part works together seamlessly – resulting in unrivalled image quality.