Sony Digital Betacam Cleaning Cassette

Sony Digital Betacam Cleaning Cassette

Digital Betacam Family 2005/2006

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Product line-up

Camcorder

DVW-970P

OPTIONAL ACCESSORIES

■ p. 4

■ p. 5

Studio Recorders

DVW-M2000P

DVW-2000P

OPTIONAL ACCESSORIES

■ p. 6

■ p. 6

■ p. 7

Compact Players

J-30 AND J-30/SDI

■ p. 8

SPECIFICATIONS

■ p. 9

Discover the quality and simplicity of Digital Betacam.

Digital Betacam was the first recording format to bring the benefits of digital production to the wider programme making community. Since its introduction, Digital Betacam has become the established favourite for standard definition programme production where only the ultimate picture quality and sound will suffice.

The high quality performance of Digital Betacam, combined with its simplicity of operation is just one reason why many broadcasters around the world have chosen Digital Betacam as their “in-house” production format. Recognising the continued popularity of Digital Betacam around the world,

Sony has added a new third generation camcorder to the

Digital Betacam line-up.

With a comprehensive range of models and built-in capability to replay Betacam, Betacam SP, Betacam SX and MPEG IMX cassettes, Digital Betacam is the ideal format to fully integrate your existing operations into a digital environment.

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Camcorder

DVW-970P

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The DVW-970P is the latest addition to the

Digital Betacam line-up. This third generation camcorder combines Power HAD

EX

CCD performance with high precision

14 bit A/D conversion to deliver reduced noise and smear and excellent sensitivity.

Progressive recording at 25 frames per second has been added, and features such as slow shutter mode, interval recording and picture cache operation are also provided. Use of the latest technology has reduced size, power consumption and acoustic noise compared with previous generation Digital Betacam camcorders.

FEATURES

3-chip 2/3-inch Power HAD EX ™ CCDs

Digital Betacam picture quality

Switchable between 50i and 25P, and 4:3 and 16:9 modes

Long recording time of up to 40 minutes on a single cassette

14 bit A/D conversion

High sensitivity of F11 at 2000 lux

Low smear level of –145dB (typical)

Excellent signal-to-noise ratio of 63dB

Turbo gain up to +48dB

TruEye ™ processing for improved reproduction of natural colours

Slow shutter mode for shooting in extremely low-light conditions

Selectable gamma table including film-like gamma

Auto Trace White (ATW) system

Triple skin tone detail control

Multi-matrix feature

Dial in colour temperature

Dual optical filters

Picture cache for capturing the (up to)

8 seconds of material before the record button is pressed (CBK-MB01 option required)

SDI output (CBK-SD01 option required)

4 channels of 20 bit digital audio

Stereo audio output

Slot for WRR-855 series wireless microphone receiver

Memory Stick slot for storage and recall of set-up parameters

Remote control using optional RM-B150 or

RM-B750 controllers

Battery remaining display in viewfinder

Rugged and ergonomic design

Essence Mark recording for rapid cue up during editing

UMID (Unique Material Identifier) recording for picture cataloguing and searching

Sony Services

Optional Accessories

CBK-SD01

SDI Output Board

CBK-MB01

Picture Cache Board

BKW-401

Viewfinder Rotation bracket

RM-B150

Remote Control Unit

RM-B750

Remote Control Unit

AC-DN10

AC Adapter

AC-DN2B

AC Adapter

BP-GL65/GL95

Lithium Ion Battery

Pack

BC-L70

Battery Charger

BC-M150

Battery Charger

VCT-14

Tripod Adapter

System configuration

ECM-678

(option)

BKW-401

(option)

MSH-32/64/128

(option)

VCT-14

Battery

Chargers

BC-L70 (for BP-GL95/

GL65/L60S)

BC-M150

(for BP-GL95/GL65/L60S)

BCT-D6/D12/

D22/D32/D40

Digital Betacam

Cassettes

MSH-32/64/128

Memory Stick media

WRR-855B

Wireless Microphone

Receiver

(Shown here with a BTA-801

Camera adapter for rear

Mounting to camcorder)

Internal light system

(option)

WRR-855B

(option)

WRR-862B

Dual Diversity

Microphone Receiver

(Adaptor required)

WLL-CA50

Wireless Camera

Transmitter

SDI

Output

Monitor

CBK-SD01

SDI Output Board (option)

CBK-MB01

Picture Cache Board (option)

Viewfinder

BP-GL95 / GL65

BP-L60S

BVF-V20W/V20WCE

(supplied; 2-inch B/ W viewfinder)

Video

Cassettes

BCT-D6/D12/

D22/D32/D40

AC-DN2B or

AC-DN10

8-pin

BNC

RM-B150 or

Monitor

Wireless

WLL-CA50

RM-B750

WLL-RX55

WLL-RX55

Wireless Camera

Receiver

ECM-670/672/678

Shotgun-type Electret

Condenser Microphones

Not pictured here:

1-547-341-12 Fog-proof Filter

A-8262-537-A Viewfinder Eye-piece (high magnification)

A-8262-538-A Viewfinder Eye-piece (low magnification)

A-8267-737-A Viewfinder Eye-piece (standard magnification with special compensation for aberrations)

A-8314-798-A Viewfinder Eye-Piece (high performance, x3)

X-3608-271-1 Standard Viewfinder Lens

A-8278-057-A Mounting Bracket for WRR-862B

LC-DN7 Hard Carrying Case

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Studio Recorders

DVW-M2000P DVW-2000P

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Records:

Replays:

Records:

Replays:

The DVW-M2000P is a Digital Betacam editing VTR with Betacam, Betacam SP, Betacam SX and MPEG IMX playback. It combines superb picture quality with excellent multi-generation editing capability. The

DVW-M2000P records 4 channels of digital audio at

20-bit resolution and has powerful editing features such as Pre-read, Dynamic Tracking (DT) and insert/assemble editing to zero frame accuracy. Recording and playback of UMID (Unique Material Identifier) is also a standard feature, for productions where the rapid identification and access to material is required. Many broadcasters use Digital Betacam VTRs today for playout of content from Flexicart and Library Management

(LMS) systems. The DVW M2000P is ideal for this application, where the requirement for rugged, reliable

24 hour-per-day operation is mandatory.

The DVW-2000P offers the same features as the

DVW-M2000P but without Betacam, Betacam SP,

Betacam SX and MPEG IMX playback.

DVW-M2000P

4:2:2 component digital VTR

625/50 operation

■ Digital Betacam recording and playback

Playback of Betacam, Betacam SP, Betacam SX and MPEG IMX cassettes

4 channels of 20-bit 48 kHz digital audio

Superb multi-generation editing capability

■ ±0 frame accurate assemble and insert editing

Pre-read editing capability

Broadcast quality variable speed playback from

-1 to +3 times (-1 to +2 times with Betacam SX)

Long record and playback time: 124 minutes using an L cassette and 40 minutes using an

S cassette

■ Composite and component analogue and SDI inputs and outputs as standard

4 analogue and AES/EBU audio inputs and outputs

UMID reader/writer as standard

Memory Stick slot for storing operational set up menus

DVW-M2000 + DVW-2000

525/60 Digital Betacam recorders are also available with CE marking for the Europe, Africa and Middle

East market.

Please contact your Sony Sales Centre for details.

DVW-2000P

4:2:2 component digital VTR

625/50 operation

■ Digital Betacam recording and playback

4 channels of 20-bit 48 kHz digital audio

Superb multi-generation editing capability

±0 frame accurate assemble and insert editing

■ Pre-read editing capability

Broadcast quality variable speed playback from

-1 to +3 times

Long record and playback time: 124 minutes using an L cassette and 40 minutes using an

S cassette

Composite and component analogue and SDI inputs and outputs as standard

■ 4 analogue and AES/EBU audio inputs and outputs

UMID reader/writer as standard

Memory Stick slot for storing operational set up menus

Optional Accessories

BKDW-101

Control Panel

The BKDW-101 provides additional control of the

DVW-M2000P and DVW-2000P from a remote location.

It is used with the BKMW-102 Control Panel Case and the BKMW-103 Control Panel Extension Kit. A switch on the front of the recorder allows control to be selected between the remote control panel and the control panel supplied with the recorder. The BKMW-102 and

BKMW-103 can also be used to extend the supplied front panel of the recorder. BKMW-103 includes a blanking panel which can be fixed to the front of the recorder in place of the original control panel.

BKMW-104

HD Up-Converter Board

For installation into DVW-M2000P and DVW-2000P Digital

Betacam VTRs. Converts 625/50 Betacam, Betacam SP,

Betacam SX, MPEG IMX and Digital Betacam material to High Definition 1080/50i, and outputs from the

DVW-M2000P via HD-SDI. Converts 625/50 Digital

Betacam material to High Definition 1080/50i, and outputs from the DVW-2000P via HD-SDI.

BKMW-103

Control Panel Extension Kit

(Cable length: 10 m)

RMM-131

Rack Mount Kit

Tapes

BCT-D34L/D64L/D94L/D124L

Digital Video Cassettes (Large Cassette)

BCT-D6/D12/D22/D32/D40

Digital Video Cassettes (Small Cassette)

BKMW-102

Control Panel Case

BCT-HD12CL

Cleaning Cassette

(not pictured here)

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Compact Players

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The J-30 and J-30/SDI are the smallest players of Betacam family cassettes.

The design concept of the J-Series was for affordable, compact office viewers to be used by producers, journalists and production staff. The J-30 and J-30/SDI can replay Betacam, Betacam SP,

Betacam SX, MPEG IMX and Digital

Betacam S-cassettes and L-cassettes.

They also have all the features required for viewing and logging, and – although not designed for linear editing applications or on-air use – are ideal for source feeding to servers or non-linear editing systems. The

J-30 provides composite and component analogue video outputs, while the

J-30/SDI has composite analogue and

SDI outputs. Both models have an i.LINK

interface for feeding material to DV-based editing applications, and are supplied with an infra-red remote controller. The J-30 and J-30/SDI also have a jog/shuttle dial,

525/625 versatility, simple remote control via RS-422A and audio meters – all packed into their compact size.

J-30

J-30/SDI

Extremely compact: 307 x 100 x 397 mm

(12 1 ⁄

8 x 4 x 15 1 ⁄

2 inches) in size and just

8 kg in weight

■ i.LINK interface (25 Mb/s DV output, and remote control input via 6-pin IEEE-1394)

■ Playback of Betacam, Betacam SP,

Betacam SX, MPEG IMX and Digital

Betacam cassettes

Playback of S-cassettes and L-cassettes

Jog/Shuttle dial with x20 maximum search speed for Digital Betacam cassettes

Infra-red remote controller

■ 525/625 switchable for international operation

Monitor output of 2 audio channels

(selectable on front panel)

Audio meters for display of the selected

2 channels of audio

Industry-standard RS-422A control interface for remote feeding into servers and nonlinear editors

J-30 only

■ Composite analogue and component analogue video outputs

J-30/SDI only

Composite analogue and 2 SDI outputs

(one with superimposed characters)

■ Timecode output via BNC connector

■ Built-in UMID (Unique Material Identifier) reader

■ 4 channels of digital output via SDI (8 channels when replaying MPEG IMX cassettes)

Camcorders

Specifications

GENERAL

Power requirements

Power consumption

Operating temperature

Storage temperature

Operating humidity

Mass

Continuous operating time

SIGNAL INPUTS/OUTPUTS

Genlock video input

Audio input (CH-1/2)

Microphone input

Time code input

Analog composite output

SDI output

Video test output

Audio output (CH-1/2)

Time code output

Earphone output

DVW-970P

DC 12 V +5.0 V/-1.0 V

29 W (with DC 12 V power supply, REC mode, with viewfinder)

0 to +40 °C (+32 to +104 °F)

-20 to +60 °C (-4 to +140 °F)

25 to 85% (relative humidity)

Approx. 3.7 kg (8 lb 3 oz)

Approx. 5.4 kg (11 lb 14 oz) (with viewfinder, microphone,

BP-GL95 battery, BCT-D40 tape)

Approx. 170 min. with BP-GL95 battery at 25 °C (77 °F),

REC mode

OTHER INPUTS/OUTPUTS

Lens

VF

Remote

Wireless microphone

Light

DC input

DC output

Battery terminal

Camcorder adaptor

VTR SECTION

GENERAL

Recording format Video

Audio

Tape speed

Record/Playback time

Fast forward time

Rewind time

Recommended Recording Media

Sampling frequency

Quantization

DIGITAL VIDEO PERFORMANCE

K-factor (2T pulse)

Y/C delay

Less than 1 %

Less than 15 ns

DIGITAL AUDIO PERFORMANCE

Frequency response

Dynamic range

Distortion

(at 1 kHz, emphasis ON, reference level)

Cross talk

(at 1 kHz, reference level)

Wow & flutter

Head room

20 Hz to 20 kHz, +0.5 dB/-0.8 dB

More than 85 dB (emphasis ON)

Less than 0.08 %

Less than –70 dB

Below measurable limit

20 dB (ex-factory setting)

* The specifications given above were measured via CBK-SD01 SDI Output Bord.

CAMERA SECTION

Pickup device

Aspect ratio

Total picture elements (H x V)

Effective picture elements (H x V)

Optical system

Spectral system

Built-in filters

Dimensions

Units: mm (inches)

DVW-970P

3-chip 2/3-inch type Power HAD EX CCD

16:9/4:3 switchable

1038 x 1188

980 x 1164

VIEWFINDER

CRT

Controls

Horizontal resolution

Microphone

F1.4 prism (with quarts filter)

1: Clear, 2: 1/4ND, 3: 1/16ND, 4: 1/64ND, A: CROSS,

B: 3200K, C: 4300K, D: 6300K

2/3-inch type Sony bayonet mount

BNC type (1), 1.0 Vp-p, 75 Ω

XLR-3-31 type (2), -60/-50/-40/+4 dBu* selectable, high impedance, balanced

XLR-3-31 type (1), -60/-50/-40 dBu*

BNC type (1), 0.5 to 18 Vp-p, 10 kΩ

BNC type (1), 1.0 Vp-p, 75 Ω

BNC type (1), 0.8 Vp-p, 75 Ω

(an optional CBK-SD01 is required)

BNC type (1), 1.0 Vp-p, 75 Ω

XLR-5-pin, male (stereo)

BNC type (1), 1.0 Vp-p, 75 Ω

Mini-jack (2)

* 0 dBu=0.775 Vrms.

Digital Betacam

4 ch/20 bits/48 kHz

96.7 mm/s

Max. 40 min. with BCT-D40 cassette

Approx. 6 min. with BCT-D40 cassette

Approx. 5 min. with BCT-D40 cassette

Sony Digital Betacam S cassette,

BCT-D6/D12/D22/D32/D40 Series

Y: 13.5 MHz, R-Y/B-Y: 6.75 MHz

10-bit / sample

Lens mount

Electrical characteristics

Scan format

A/D conversion

Sensitivity

Minimum illumination

Smear level

Video S/N ratio

Vertical resolution

Shutter speed

12-pin

20-pin

8-pin

D-Sub 15-pin

2-pin, DC 12 V, max. 50 W

XLR-4-pin, male, DC 11 to 17 V

4-pin (for wireless microphone receiver), DC 12 V (max. 0.1 A)

5-pin

40-pin

ECS

Slow shutter

Gain selection

Registration

Warm-up time

Modulation depth at 5 MHz

SUPPLIED ACCESSORIES

625/50i, 625/25p

14 bits

F11 (typical) (2000 lx, 89.9% reflectance)

0.008 lx (F1.4 lens, +48 dB gain, with slow shutter mode at 16-frame accumulation)

-145 dB (typical)

63 dB (typical)

480 TV lines (with EVS) and

530 TV lines (without EVS) at 625/50i mode

575 TV lines at

625/25p mode

1/60, 1/125, 1/250, 1/500, 1/1000,

1/2000 s at 625/50i mode

1/33, 1/50, 1/100, 1/125, 1/250,

1/500, 1/1000, 1/2000 s at

625/25p mode

50 to 6000 Hz at 625/50i mode

25 to 6000 Hz at 625/25p mode

1/25, 1/12.5, 1/8.3, 1/6.3, 1/5,

1/4.2, 1/3.6, 1/3.1, 1/1.6 s

(1 to 8, 16 frames)

-3, 0, 3, 6, 9, 12, 18, 24, 30, 36, 42, 48 dB (for GAIN LOW, GAIN MID,

GAIN HIGH and GAIN TURBO positions)

0.05% (all zones, without lens)

2 s

70% (16:9 typical)/55% (4:3 typical)

2.0-inch monochrome

BRIGHT, CONTRAST, PEAKING, TALLY, ZEBRA, DISPLAY switches

450 TV lines (16:9)/600 TV lines (4:3)

Electret condenser microphone (Ultra-directional) (Detachable)

Operation Manual (x1), Viewfinder (x1), Lens cap (x1), Shoulder belt (x1), Monaural Microphone (x1).

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Studio Recorders

Specifications

GENERAL

Power requirements

Power consumption

Operating temperature

Storage temperature

Humidity

Mass

Dimensions (W x H x D)

Tape speed

Playback time

Fast forward/rewind time

Search speed range

DVW-M2000P DVW-2000P

AC 100 V to 240 V, 50/60 Hz

220 W

+5 °C to +40 °C (+41 °F to +104 °F)

200 W

-20 °C to +60 °C (-4 °F to +140 °F)

20 % to 90 % (relative humidity)

23.5 kg (52 lb 11 oz)

427 x 174 x 544 mm (16 7 ⁄

8 x 6 7 ⁄

8 x 21 1 ⁄

2 inches)

Digital BETACAM: 96.7 mm/s

MPEG IMX: 53.776 mm/s

BETACAM SX: 59.575 mm/s

BETACAM/BETACAM SP:

101.51 mm/s

Max. 124 min with BCT-D124L cassette

Approx. 3 min with BCT-D124L cassette

Digital BETACAM: ±50 times normal playback speed

MPEG IMX: ±78 times normal playback speed

BETACAM SX: ±78 times normal playback speed

BETACAM/BETACAM SP:

±42 times normal playback speed

0.7 s or less (from standby on)

6 s or less

HD-SDI output (option)

Analogue audio input

Analogue audio output

Cue audio input

Cue audio output

DVW-M2000P DVW-2000P

BNC (x3)

XLR (x4) (4CH)

XLR (x4) (4CH)

XLR (x1)

XLR (x1, only Digital Betacam playback)

Digital audio input BNC (x2), 4 channels, AES/EBU, default 48 kHz (32 to 48 kHz with Sample Rate converter), Complies with AES-3id-1995

Digital audio output

Remote

BNC (x4), 8 channels,

AES/EBU, 48 kHz fixed,

BNC (x2), 4 channels, AES/EBU,

48 kHz fixed, Complies with

Complies with AES-3id-1995 AES-3id-1995

Remote (RS-422A) D-sub 9-pin (x2), Sony 9-pin remote interface control RS-232C (ISR*)

Parallel Remote

D-sub 9-pin (x1), RS-232C interface

D-sub 50-pin (x1)

Video control

Control Panel

Time code input

Time code output

Memory card insertion slot

Monitor output L/R

Phones

D-sub 15-pin (x1)

Circular connector 10-pin

XLR (x1)

XLR (x1)

“Memory Stick” slot (x1)

XLR (x2) (channel selectable)

JM-60 Stereo phone jack

Servo lock time

Load/unload time

INPUT/OUTPUT SIGNALS

Analogue composite input

Analogue composite output

Analogue component input

Analogue component output

SDI input

SDI output

BNC (x2, including one loop through output),

1.0 Vp-p, 75 Ω , sync negative

BNC (x3, including one character out),

1.0 Vp-p, 75 Ω , sync negative

BNC (x3, for 1 set, Y/R-Y/B-Y),Y: 1.0 Vp-p, 75 Ω , sync negative, R-Y/B-Y: 0.7 Vp-p, 75 Ω

BNC (x3, for 1 set, Y/R-Y/B-Y),Y: 1.0 Vp-p, 75 Ω , sync negative, R-Y/B-Y: 0.7 Vp-p, 75 Ω

BNC (x2, including one active throughout),

SMPTE 259M (ITU-R BT.656-3), 270 Mb/s

BNC (x3, including one character out),

SMPTE 259M (ITU-R BT.656-3), 270 Mb/s

UHF operating frequency

Frequency response

Signal to noise

RF Power output

Current consumption

Battery life

Max SPL

Weight

Dimensions

W x H x D (mm)

Mounting/adaptor brackets required

Dependent on Dependent on version / region version / region

Dependent on version / region

40 Hz – 18 kHz 100 Hz – 15 kHz 40 Hz – 20 kHz

>60 dB

A-weighted

>60 dB

A-weighted

60 dB or more

N/A 10/50 mW

Switchable

230 mA

5 hours

N/A

400 g

200 mA

280 g

6 hours @ 50 mW

13 hours @ 10 mW

89 x 120 x 29.5

88 x 118 x 31

140 g incl batteries

63 x 83 x 17 no

40 Hz – 20 kHz

120 dB

1.5 g Capsule

3.5 x 3.5 x 12.5

Capsule

A8278-057A CA-WR855,

BTA-801 or A8278-057A

N/A 2.5 m Cable Length

* Or use WRT-847B Handheld Transmitter with either CU-F780, CU-G780, CU-E700,

CU-E672 or CU-F117 Capsule

PROCESSOR ADJUSTMENT RANGE

Video level

Chroma level

Black level

Chroma phase

System sync phase

System SC phase

Y/C delay

Composite input level

±3 dB/ -∞to 3 dB selectable

±3 dB/ -∞to 3 dB selectable

±210 mV

±30°

±15 µs

±200 ns

±100 ns (BETACAM/BETACAM

SP playback only)

±3 dB

Recommended Wireless Systems for Camcorder

WRR-862B

Receiver

WRR-855B

Receiver

WRT-8B

Transmitter*

ECM-88BC

Lavalier Mic

DIGITAL VIDEO PERFORMANCE

Sampling frequency

Quantization

Error correction

Digital input to analogue component output

Analogue component input to analogue component output

Analogue composite input to analogue composite output

Y: 13.5 MHz, R-Y/B-Y: 6.75 MHz

Digital BETACAM:

10-bit / sample

Reed-Solomon code

Digital BETACAM:

10-bit / sample

D/A quantization: 10-bit / sample

Bandwidth: Y: 0 to 5.75 MHz +0.5/-2.0 dB,

R-Y/B-Y: 0 to 2.75 MHz +0.5/-2.0 dB

S/N ratio: 62 dB or more, K-factor (2T pulse): 1% or less

A/D and D/A quantization: 10-bit / sample

Bandwidth: Y: 0 to 5.75 MHz +0.5/-2.0 dB,

R-Y/B-Y: 0 to 2.75 MHz +0.5/-2.0 dB

S/N ratio: 56 dB or more, K-factor (2T pulse): 1% or less,

LF non-linearity: 3% or less

A/D and D/A quantization: 10-bit / sample

Bandwidth: 0 to 5.75 MHz +0.5/-2.0 dB

S/N ratio: 56 dB or more, Differential gain: 2% or less,

Differential phase: 2° or less

Y/C delay: 20 ns or less, K-factor (2T pulse): 1% or less

DIGITAL AUDIO PERFORMANCE

Sampling frequency

Quantization Digital BETACAM

48 kHz (synchronised with video)

20-bit / sample

Analogue input to analogue output Frequency response (0 dB at 1kHz): 20 Hz to 20 kHz +0.5/-1.0 dB

Dynamic range (at 1 kHz, emphasis ON): More than 95 dB

Distortion (at 1 kHz, emphasis ON, reference level):

Less than 0.05%

Cross talk (at 1 kHz, between any two channels):

Less than -80 dB Wow & flutter: Below measurable level

Head room

Emphasis

(ON/OFF selectable in REC mode)

20 dB (18 dB selectable)

T1=50 µs, T2=15 µs

SUPPLIED ACCESSORIES

* ISR: Interactive Status Reporting

PSW 4x16 Rack Mount Screw (x4), Operation manual (x1),

Installation manual (x1)

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Compact Players

Specifications

J-30 J-30/SDI

GENERAL

Power requirements

Power consumption

Operating temperature

Storage temperature

Humidity

Mass

Dimensions (W x H x D)

AC 100 V to 240 V, 50/60 Hz

55 W

AC 100 V to 240 V, 50/60 Hz

55 W

+5 °C to +40 °C (+41 °F to + 104 °F) +5 °C to +40 °C (+41 °F to + 104 °F)

-20 °C to +60 °C (-4 °F to + 140 °F) -20 °C to +60 °C (-4 °F to + 140 °F)

25% to 80% (relative humidity)

8.2 kg ( 18 lb 1 oz)

307 x 100 x 397 mm

(12 1 ⁄

8 x 4 x 15 3 ⁄

4 inches)

96.7 mm/s

25% to 80% (relative humidity)

8.2 kg ( 18 lb 1 oz)

307 x 100 x 397 mm

(12 1 ⁄

8 x 4 x 15 3 ⁄

4 inches)

96.7 mm/s Tape speed Digital Betacam

MPEG IMX

Betacam SX

Betacam/

Betacam SP

Playback time Digital Betacam

MPEG IMX

64.467 mm/s (525 mode),

53.776 mm/s (625 mode)

59.515 mm (525 mode),

59.575 mm (626 mode)

118.6 mm/s (525 mode),

101.5 mm/s (625 mode)

Max. 124 min. with BCT-D124L

64.467 mm/s (525 mode),

53.776 mm/s (625 mode)

59.515 mm (525 mode),

59.575 mm (626 mode)

118.6 mm/s (525 mode),

101.5 mm/s (625 mode)

Max. 124 min. with BCT-D124L

Max. 184 min. (525 mode)/220 min. Max. 184 min. (525 mode)/220 min.

(625 mode) with BCT-184MXL (625 mode) with BCT-184MXL

Max. 194 min. with BCT-194SXLA Max. 194 min. with BCT-194SXLA

Max. 90 min. (525 mode)/108 min.

Max. 90 min. (525 mode)/108 min.

(625 mode) with BCT-90MLA (625 mode) with BCT-90MLA

Approx. 5 min. with BCT-D124L Approx. 5 min. with BCT-D124L

Betacam SX

Betacam/

Betacam SP

Fast forward/ Digital Betacam rewind time

MPEG IMX

Betacam SX

Approx. 5 min. with BCT-184MXL Approx. 5 min. with BCT-184MXL

Approx. 5 min. with BCT-194SXLA Approx. 5 min. with BCT-194SXLA

Betacam/

Betacam SP

Approx. 5 min. with BCT-90MLA Approx. 5 min. with BCT-90MLA

Digital Betacam ±20 times normal playback speed ±20 times normal playback speed Search speed range

MPEG IMX

Betacam SX

Betacam/

Betacam SP

Servo lock time

Load/unload time

±32 times normal playback speed

±35 times normal playback speed

±18 times (525 mode), ±20 times

±32 times normal playback speed

±35 times normal playback speed

±18 times (525 mode), ±20 times

(625 mode) normal playback speed (625 mode) normal playback speed

1.5 s or less (from standby on)

9 s or less

1.5 s or less (from standby on)

9 s or less

INPUT SIGNAL

Ext. sync BNC (x 1), Frame lock BNC (x 1), Frame lock

OUTPUT SIGNALS

Analogue composite output

S-video output

Analogue component output

SDI output i.LINK (DV output)

Time Code output

Monitor output L/R

Headphone output

BNC (x 1), RCA Phono (x1),

1.0 Vp-p, 75 Ω

Mini DIN 4-pin (x 1), Y: 1.0 Vp-p,

C: 0.286 Vp-p burst, 75 Ω

BNC (x 3), Y: 1.0 Vp-p,

R-Y/B-Y: 0.7 Vp-p, 75 Ω

BNC (x 1), RCA Phono (x1),

1.0 Vp-p, 75 Ω

Mini DIN 4-pin (x 1), Y: 1.0 Vp-p,

C: 0.286 Vp-p burst, 75 Ω

6-pin (x1), IEEE 1394

BNC (x 2), SMPTE 259M,

270 Mb/s, 0.8 Vp-p, 75 Ω

6-pin (x1), IEEE 1394

— BNC(x1), 1.0Vp-p, 75 Ω, unbalanced

RCA Phono (x 2): -10 dBu at 47K Ω load, RCA Phono (x 2): -10 dBu at 47K Ω load, unbalanced, XLR (male x 2): +4 dBm, unbalanced, XLR (male x 2): +4 dBm,

600 Ω load, low impedance, balanced 600 Ω load, low impedance, balanced

JM-60 Stereo Phone Jack, JM-60 Stereo Phone Jack,

-∞to -12 dBu at 8 Ω load, unbalanced -∞to -12 dBu at 8 Ω load, unbalanced

REMOTE CONTROL

RS-422A

RS-232C

Wireless

D-sub 9-pin (female) (x 1),

Sony 9-pin remote interface

D-sub 9-pin (male) (x 1)

SIRCS

D-sub 9-pin (female) (x 1),

Sony 9-pin remote interface

D-sub 9-pin (male) (x 1)

SIRCS

SUPPLIED ACCESSORIES

Operation manual (CD-ROM), Operation manual (CD-ROM),

Operation manual, vertical stand (x 2), Operation manual, vertical stand (x 2),

Infra-red remote controller Infra-red remote controller

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Sony Services

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Features and specifications are subject to change without notice.

All non-metric weights and measures are approximate.

Sony Digital Betacam, Power HAD, Memory Stick, Betacam,

Betacam SX, MPEG IMX and Betacam SP are trademarks of Sony Corporation.

CA DIGITAL BETACAM FAMILY/GB-13/07/2005

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