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Toshiba: Ultra-compact HD video camera

The IK-HR3H ultra-compact HD video camera from Toshiba Imaging Systems Division (ISD) is a feature-rich, 1-chip CMOS, 2.1 megapixel video camera that provides optimal color accuracy and advanced noise reduction technology via a1/3-in., 1080p high definition sensor.
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The ultra-small remote head (only 1.08 in. x 1.08 in. x 1.3 in.) delivers up to 900 TV lines resolution and features high sensitivity and wide dynamic range.  Compatible with Toshiba Imaging’s recently introduced IK-HD3D controller, the progressive-scan video camera is economical and offers a variety of  user-controlled features.

The IK-HR3H camera features a switchable scanning system between 1080p and 1080i, remote control via RS232, a C-mount lens mount, gen-lock for multi-camera or 3D camera use, image flip and mirror, and a convenient binning mode to achieve a 4x increase in light sensitivity.  The affordable, 1-chip camera is suitable for diverse applications where a small footprint is required, such as 3D imaging tasks, scientific imaging, and diagnostics.

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