PDW-75MD - Sony Asia Pacific

PDW-75MD - Sony Asia Pacific
PDW-75MD
XDCAM HD Medical Video Recorder
The PDW-75MD Medical-compliant 1080i HD Video Recorder —
Providing Outstanding HD Images
The demand for high-quality image recording in medical applications such as surgical
procedures and endoscopy has been growing rapidly. As a result, there have been some
remarkable enhancements in recent medical equipment such as cameras and endoscopes,
which can now capture even greater image quality and reproduce both standard-definition (SD)
and high-definition (HD) images.
To accommodate these trends, Sony introduces the PDW-75MD medical-compliant 1080i HD
video recorder.
The PDW-75MD XDCAM™ HD deck is an optical disc-based HD video recorder designed
especially for medical recording applications that is fully compliant with medical safety
standards*. It records high-quality digital images in 1440 x 1080 HD resolution, which is one of
the standard video formats of HD broadcasting, resulting in extremely clear and detailed
images. The PDW-75MD deck can record these high-quality images for up to 4.5 hours** on a
single disc, which is ideal for operations that last a long time.
What’s more, utilizing the Professional Disc optical media for recording provides a number of
significant benefits, such as instant random access to recordings, easy editing, quick copying of
material to IT-based devices, and network capability — all of which offers tremendous workflow
improvements. Furthermore, the newly developed PDW-U1 XDCAM drive unit offers a compact,
mobile, and highly cost-effective solution for viewing and editing of material after recording***.
With its outstanding image reproduction, extremely long recording time, and a number of
advanced features, the PDW-75MD is an ideal medical video recorder that improves both
image quality and operational efficiency.
* IEC 60601-1, UL 60601-1 listed, CAN/CSA-C22.2 No.601.1
** When recording in MPEG HD LP mode (18 Mb/s, VBR) with two-channel audio onto a PFD50DLA 50-GB disc.
*** The initial version of the PDW-U1 is read-only, and cannot write files onto Professional Disc media. However, this capability will be available
with a software upgrade planned to be available in Spring 2008.
PDW-75MD Highlights
• Compliance with medical safety standards: IEC
60601-1, UL 60601-1, and CAN/CSA-C22.2 No.601.1
• HD image recording: high resolution of 1440 x
1080 pixels (one of the standard video formats of
HD broadcasting)
• Uses Professional Disc as the recording media:
- Large 50-GB and 23-GB optical discs
- Utilizes the same blue-violet laser technology as
consumer Blu-ray Disc™ products
- Designed specifically for professional recording
applications to achieve higher transfer rates
and a greater level of reliability compared to
consumer Blu-ray discs
- Already adopted by a great number of
professional users including broadcasters,
video production companies worldwide
- Rewriteable media (approx. 1,000 times*)
- Ideal for long-term storage of footage
• Up to 4.5 hours of recording
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• Thumbnail-based instant random access to
footage
• No overwriting of valuable existing footage
• VTR-like picture search operation using the
Jog/Shuttle dial
• Easy cuts-only editing (Scene Selection Function)
• Proxy Data recording — a low-resolution version
of the AV data is recorded simultaneously with
the high-resolution data, which can be used for
fast and easy editing and playback
• Network capability (option)
* Based on Sony testing.
FEATURES
The Recording Media:
Professional Disc
Large-capacity Optical Disc for High-quality
Long-time Recording
Ideal for Archiving
The PDW-75MD records to large-capacity
media is its long media life. The non-contact
optical discs called Professional Disc, which
recording and playback makes it an ideal
Sony has developed specifically for professional
media for long-term storage of valuable
recording applications. The Professional Disc is
medical recording. Plus, the media’s physical
a 12-cm, reusable optical disc, available in two
size is very compact compared to VHS
types: the PFD50DLA 50-GB dual-layer disc and
cassette, giving great space-saving benefits
the PFD23A 23-GB single-layer disc. The larger-
when archiving.
Another great characteristic of Professional Disc
capacity PFD50DLA makes it possible to record
up to 265 minutes* of HD video.
Flexible Media
* This figure is approximate. The precise recording duration will
depend on the bit rate selected.
Professional Disc media can accommodate
High Reliability and Durability
Professional Disc media is highly reliable and
durable because it experiences no mechanical
contact during recording and playback.
Packaged into an extremely durable and dust-
not only AV data, but also other data in various
file formats. Up to 500 MB of this additional
data can be recorded onto a single disc,
which allows users to store a variety of
information such as still images, diagnostic
data, and text information about patients,
together with the video recordings.
resistant disc cartridge, the media offers a high
level of reliability, as well as safe and easy
handling in busy recording environments. It also
allows the user to rewrite data onto it up to
1000 times and read data from it up to one
million times*.
The combination of XDCAM series of products
and Professional Disc media is hugely popular
around the world, especially for demanding
broadcast and professional video production
applications that require the ultimate in
reliability.
* Estimation based on Sony accelerated testing.
PFD50DLA
PFD23A
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FEATURES
time of 150 minutes*, while choosing the
High-quality HD Recording
18 Mb/s bit rate provides a longer recording
The PDW-75MD deck records 1080-line high-
time of 265 minutes*. In HQ (35 Mb/s) and LP
definition video using the MPEG HD codec that
(18 Mb/s) modes, real-time VBR (Variable Bit
uses MPEG-2 MP@HL compression. The greater
Rate) encoding is used, which automatically
resolution of MPEG HD video compared to
allocates the appropriate bit rate (the amount
standard-definition video makes it possible to
of data used for recording) according to the
reproduce extremely clear and detailed
picture content in real time to optimize picture
images, which is an essential criteria in medical
quality while utilizing disc space effectively.
recording.
* Approximate time in two-channel audio recording mode with a
PFD50LA 50-GB disc.
Selectable Bit Rates
SD Recording
The user can select desired bit rates of either
35, 25, or 18 Mb/s depending on requirements
for picture quality and recording length.
Choosing the highest bit rate of 35 Mb/s results
in the highest-quality images over a recording
The PDW-75MD has the capability to record in
DVCAM™ format*, with NTSC/PAL and 16:9/4:3
switchable modes, as well as in the MPEG HD
format.
* Requires the optional PDBK-104 SD
input board.
XDCAM HD Recording Specifications
HD Video Codec
Compression
Sampling Rate
Bit Rate and
Recording Time* (approx.)
MPEG-2 MP@HL
4:2:0
HQ, 35 Mb/s VBR
SP, 25 Mb/s CBR
LP, 18 Mb/s VBR
SD Video Codec
Audio
Number of Pixels
Compression
Sampling Rate
Bit Rate and
Recording Time (approx.)
Active Lines Per Frame
Compression
Number of Channels
Sampling Frequency
Quantization
PFD50DLA (50 GB)
145 minutes (4-ch audio)
150 minutes (2-ch audio)
190 minutes (4-ch audio)
200 minutes (2-ch audio)
248 minutes (4-ch audio)
265 minutes (2-ch audio)
1440 x 1080
DVCAM
4:1:1 (NTSC)/4:2:0 (PAL)
PFD50DLA (50 GB)
25 Mb/s
185 minutes
480 (NTSC)/576 (PAL)
None (Linear PCM)
2 or 4, selectable
48 kHz
16 bits/sample
PFD23A (23.3 GB)
65 minutes (4-ch audio)
68 minutes (2-ch audio)
85 minutes (4-ch audio)
90 minutes (2-ch audio)
112 minutes (4-ch audio)
122 minutes (2-ch audio)
PFD23A (23.3 GB)
85 minutes
* When recording in HQ (35 Mb/s) or LP (18 Mb/s) mode, recording time may be more than the above specified figures depending on the
actual bit rate that is adopted during VBR encoding.
Front Panel
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a thumbnail and pressing the “Play” button. For
No Overwriting of Footage For Immediate Recording Start
further convenience, the “Expand” function
allows one selected clip in the thumbnail
By virtue of disc recording, the PDW-75MD
display to be divided into 12 even-time
makes each new recording on an empty area
intervals, each with their own thumbnail
of the disc. This means you do not have to
identifier. This is useful if the user wants to
worry about accidentally recording over your
quickly search for a particular scene within a
existing valuable footage.
lengthy clip.
Instant Thumbnail Search with
“Expand” Function
Selectable Modes of File Recording
The PDW-75MD provides two types of file
Disc recording of the PDW-75MD provides
recording modes. In standard operation, one
significant benefits in reviewing recorded
clip file is created each time recording is
footage. The video and audio signals that are
started and stopped*. In the other mode,
captured between the start and finish of each
called Clip Continuous REC mode, one clip file
recording are saved as a “clip”. During
can be created at the user’s discretion. What’s
playback, the user can cue-up to the next or
more, although it is a single clip, Thumbnail
previous clip simply by pressing the “Next” or
Search operation and the Expand function are
“Previous” button, as you would do on a CD or
available just as if individual clips were created.
DVD player. Furthermore, thumbnails are
Users can choose the most suitable mode
automatically generated for each clip as a
depending on the type of application.
visual reference, allowing the user to cue-up to
* Each take needs to be longer than two seconds.
** Available when recording is remotely controlled via an RS-232C
or RS-442A interface.
a desired scene simply by guiding the cursor to
Selectable Modes of File Recording
Normal Mode
▼REC START
▼REC START
Clip 1
▼REC START
Clip 2
Clip 3
Clip Continuous REC Mode
▼REC START
Take 1
▼REC START
▼REC START
Take 2
Take 3
Clip 1
Thumbnail Search
Rear Panel
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FEATURES
Equipped with a Jog/Shuttle Dial
Scene Selection Function
In addition to the convenient thumbnail-based
The PDW-75MD deck has a “Scene Selection”
search, the PDW-75MD deck provides a search
function that allows instant cut editing to be
operation using the Jog/Shuttle dial, which is a
performed on the deck itself. With this function,
common feature of VTR-based operations. Up
the user can select and play back only the
to ±20 times normal-speed playback in Shuttle
necessary clips directly from the deck. This can
mode and ±1 time normal-speed playback in
be done while keeping the original material
Jog/Variable mode are provided.
unchanged, thus allowing different versions of
video sequence to be easily created, without
the use of any external devices. This is highly
convenient when the user wants to use a single
source of recorded footage for different
purposes such as for lectures, medical trainings,
and academic presentations.
Scene Selection on PC
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Scene Selection on the Deck
PC running the
PDZ-1 software
Cuts-only
Editing
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3
i.LINK
Projector
1
2
3
4
6
4
3
RGB
RGB
PDW-75MD
Import Proxy Data to a PC running the PDZ-1 software
Edit the Proxy Data (Scene Selection)
Save the edit results on the XDCAM disc
The deck plays back the high-resolution data according
to the edit results
Projector
1 2
PDW-75MD
1 Edit clips on the deck (Scene Selection)
2 Save the edit results on the XDCAM disc
3 The deck plays back the high-resolution data
according to the edit results
Proxy Data Recording
XDCAM Drive Unit: The PDW-U1
One of the significant characteristics of the
The PDW-U1* is a new,
PDW-75MD is that it records a low-resolution
compact, mobile, and highly
version of AV data (called “Proxy Data”)
cost-effective solution for
simultaneously with the high-resolution version.
reviewing material and editing
This Proxy Data, which is much smaller in size
applications.
than high-resolution data, is readily available
on the disc immediately after recording, and
It serves as an external PC
can be transferred to other devices such as
drive connected via a
PCs or servers at an extremely high speed.
common USB interface, and
Proxy Data can be conveniently used for many
enables material recorded on
different purposes such as reviewing footage
Professional Disc media to be
and referring as library pictures in an archive
viewed directly on a computer.
PDW-U1
system. The user can browse the Proxy Data on
their PC using the supplied software.
•Handles both the new dual-layer disc
(PFD50DLA) and single-layer disc (PFD23A)
•Supports the Hi-Speed USB (USB 2.0) interface
— compatible with most PCs
•High-speed file transfers with the newly
developed optical drive
•Highly compact and lightweight
Proxy AV Data
Low-resolution Version
of AV Data
MPEG HD
DVCAM
High-resolution AV Data
Video: MPEG-4, 1.5 Mb/s
Audio: A-law, 0.5 Mb/s
Professional Disc
•Dimensions (W x H x D): 59 x 164 x 226 mm
(2 3/8 x 6 1/2 x 9 inches)
•Mass: 1.4 kg (3 lb 1 oz)
•Can be operated either horizontally or
Remote Browsing
Simple and Quick Editing
vertically
* The initial version of the PDW-U1 is read-only, and cannot write
files onto Professional Disc media. However, this capability will be
available with a software upgrade planned to be available in
Spring 2008.
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FEATURES
Supplied Software
And the PDZK-P1 software is a plug-in for Apple
Final Cut Pro nonlinear editing systems. With
The PDW-75MD comes with a variety of
this software installed, XDCAM devices can be
application software packages, as standards,
mounted on Mac Finder via a FireWire/i.LINK™*
that maximize the benefits of the XDCAM’s
connection, and users can seamlessly import,
disc- and file-based operations.
edit, and export recorded material.
The PDZ-1 Proxy Browsing Software provides a
* i.LINK is a Sony trademark used only to designate that a product
is equipped with an IEEE1394 connector. Not all products with an
i.LINK connector may communicate with each other. Please refer
to the documentation that comes with any device having an
i.LINK connector for information on compatibility, operating
conditions, and proper connection.
wide variety of convenient operations to
effectively manage recorded data, as well as
to browse Proxy Data.
For example, it enables the user to record
information such as the date/time of
diagnostics or operations, the name of the
A Wide Variety of Interfaces
doctor and/or patient, and general comments
onto a Professional Disc together with the
The PDW-75MD deck is equipped with a wide
original AV data.
variety of interfaces including HD-SDI input and
It also allows the user to perform simple cut
output, analog HD output, XGA output, and
editing via its easy-to-use GUIs. After editing,
analog/digital audio input and output. It also
the PDW-75MD deck can play back high-
has an i.LINK interface that supports two
resolution AV data according to the edit results.
protocols: DV OUT for digital AV signal transfer,
Furthermore, it provides powerful operations
and File Access Mode for file-based data
such as generation-loss-free disc/clip copying
exchange with IT-based devices. RS-422A and
and the creation of popular ASF files for
RS-232C remote interfaces are also provided.
playback on Windows® Media Player.
The PDZ-VX10 software allows users to view
high-resolution and proxy MXF files on your PC.
PDZ-VX10
PDZ-1
PDZK-P1
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Down-conversion Output and
Up-conversion Recording
Network Capability (optional*)
Through a common Ethernet network, clips that
The PDW-75MD deck incorporates a down-
are stored on Professional Disc media can be
conversion capability that allows material
transferred from the PDW-75MD to other IT
recorded in the MPEG HD format to be
devices (including another PDW-75MD decks).
converted to SD signals and output via the SD
With the PDZ-1 software, it is possible to quickly
video output connectors (including SD
and easily send all clips or a selection of clips
composite and i.LINK connectors). It also boasts
(defined by the Scene Selection operation on
an up-conversion recording capability via the
the deck or PDZ-1 software) to another
optional PDBK-104 board. This allows input
PDW-75MD deck. This enables effective,
signals from the SD-SDI or SD analog composite
network-based sharing of recorded material,
connector to be recorded in the MPEG HD
for example, between affiliated hospitals at
format.
remote locations, or between different
In addition, various aspect ratios are available
departments.
for SD outputs, which provides great
* Requires the optional PDBK-101 Network Board
operational flexibility.
Output Aspect Ratio
Mode
Output
LCD
HD-SDI/Analog HD
HD AV Files
Proxy Data Files
SD-SDI/Composite
Down Conversion
Ethernet
HD Recording
FULL
FULL
SQUEEZE
EDGE CROP
LETTER BOX
16:9/14:9/13:9
Selectable
Other Department
Down Conversion
Medical Classroom,
Exhibition
Within a Hospital
Affiliated Hospitals
HD Playback
FULL
FULL
SQUEEZE
EDGE CROP
LETTER BOX
16:9/14:9/13:9
Selectable
Down Conversion
DVCAM
Playback or Recording
(16:9 Disc)
Other Features
•16:9, 3.5-inch* color LCD
FULL
FULL
SQUEEZE
EDGE CROP
Selectable
LETTER BOX
16:9/14:9/13:9
•Supplied with a simple Remote Commander™
unit
•Repeat playback function
•Compact and lightweight design, and can be
DVCAM
Playback or Recording
(4:3 Disc)
placed either horizontally or vertically
FULL
FULL
FULL
•Input and output of 25 Mb/s streams
compatible with the HDV™ 1080i format
(requires the optional PDBK-102 board)
* Viewable area measured diagonally
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SYSTEM CONFIGURATIONS
Endoscopy
LCD Monitor
3CCD
ExwaveHAD
Camera Control Unit
Color Video Printer
Color Video Camera
Endoscope Adaptor
Rigid Endoscope
PDW-75MD
Pathology
Color Video
Camera
Microscope
Adaptor
LCD Monitor
Interface Unit
Color Video Printer
Microscope
PDW-75MD
Ophthalmology
LCD Monitor
Color Video
Camera
Interface Unit
Microscope
Adaptor
Color Printer
Retinal Camera
PDW-75MD
Microsurgery
LCD Monitor
Color Video
Camera
Interface Unit
Surgical
Microscope
Adaptor
Color Video Printer
Surgical
Microscope
PDW-75MD
Operating Room Monitoring
LCD Monitor
Remote
Control
Unit
Color Video
Camera
Interface Unit
PDW-75MD
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SPECIFICATIONS
Signal outputs
Analog composite video output
PDW-75MD
General
Power requirements
Power consumption
Operating temperature
Storage temperature
Humidity
Mass
Dimensions (W x H x D)
Recording format Video
100 V to 240 V AC, 50/60 Hz
70 W
+5 to +40 °C (+41 to +104 °F)
-20 to +60 °C (-4 to +140 °F)
20 to 90% (relative humidity)
7.2 kg (15 lb 6 oz)
307 x 100 x 411 mm (12 1/8 x 4 x 16 1/2 inches)
MPEG HD (MPEG-2 MP@HL): HQ mode (VBR, maximum
bit rate: 35 Mb/s), SP mode (CBR, 25 Mb/s),
LP mode (VBR, maximum bit rate: 18 Mb/s),
DVCAM (CRB, 25 Mb/s) (Option: PDBK-104)
Proxy Video
MPEG-4
Audio
4 ch or 2 ch, 16 bits/48 kHz
Proxy Audio
A-law (4 ch / 2 ch, 8 bit, 8 kHz)
Playback format
Video
MPEG HD (MPEG-2 MP@HL): HQ mode (VBR, maximum
bit rate: 35 Mb/s), SP mode (CBR, 25 Mb/s),
LP mode (VBR, maximum bit rate: 18 Mb/s),
DVCAM (CRB, 25 Mb/s)
Proxy Video
MPEG-4
Audio
MPEG HD: 4 ch or 2 ch, 16 bits/48 kHz
DVCAM: 4 ch, 16 bit/48 kHz
Proxy Audio
A-law (4 ch / 2 ch, 8 bit, 8 kHz)
Recording/playback
PFD50DLA (50 GB)
PFD23A (23.3 GB)
time (approx.)
MPEG HD
HQ
(4-ch audio)
145 min.
65 min.
(2-ch audio)
150 min.
68 min.
SP
(4-ch audio)
190 min.
85 min.
(2-ch audio)
200 min.
90 min.
LP
(4-ch audio)
248 min.
112 min.
(2-ch audio)
265 min.
122 min.
DVCAM
(4-ch audio)
185 min.
85 min.
Search speed
Jog mode
±1 time normal speed
(in color)
Variable Speed mode ±1 time normal speed
Shuttle mode
±20 times normal speed
Signal inputs
Analog reference input
BNC x2 (including loop through), HD Tri-level sync or
SD composite sync (0.3 Vp-p/75 Ω/sync negative)
Analog composite input (option: PDBK-104) BNC x1, RS-170M
Analog HD component input (option: PDBK-103) BNC x4, Y/Pb/Pr/ (Sync) or G/B/R/ (Sync)
HD-SDI input
BNC x1, SMPTE 292M
SD-SDI input (option: PDBK-104)
BNC x1, SMPTE 259M
Analog audio input
XLR x2 (channel selectable),
+4/0/-3/-6 dBu (selectable),10 kΩ, balanced
Digital audio input
AES/EBU, BNC x2, 4 channels
Timecode input
BNC x1, SMPTE timecode
Monitor output
Built-in display
HD-SDI output
SD-SDI output
Analog audio output
Audio monitor output
Headphone output
Digital audio output
Timecode output
Other inputs/outputs
i.LINK
i.LINK (HDV 1080i) (option: PDBK-102)
Ethernet (option: PDBK-101)
RS-422A
RS-232C
CONTROL
Video performance
Sampling frequency
Quantization
Analog composite output (DV)
BNC x1, (1.0 Vp-p/75 Ω/sync negative) ,
RCA-pin x1,(1.0 Vp-p/75 Ω/sync negative)
D-sub 15-pin (G/B/R or Y/Pb/Pr)
3.5-inch type color LCD monitor
BNC x2, SMPTE 292M
BNC x1, SMPTE 259M
XLR x2 (channel selectable), +4/0/-3/-6 dBu
(selectable), 600 Ω load, balanced
RCA x2 (L, R, Mix), -6 dBu, 47 kΩ, unbalanced
Stereo phone jack, -14 dBu, 8 Ω, unbalanced
AES/EBU, BNC x2, 4 channels
BNC x1, SMPTE timecode
IEEE1394, 6-pin x1, DV OUT or File Access Mode
IEEE1394, 6-pin x1, HDV 1080i IN/OUT
1000Base-T (RJ-45)
D-sub 9-pin x1
D-sub 9-pin x1
Mini-jack 4-pin
Y: 74.25MHz, R-Y/B-Y: 37.125MHz
8 bits/sample
Frequency response: 0 to 4.2 MHz +1.0/-3.0 dB (525),
0 to 4.8 MHz +1.0/-3.0 dB (625)
S/N (Y): 53 dB or more, Y/C delay: ±25 ns or
less, K-factor (K2T): 2% or less
Audio performance
Sampling frequency
48 kHz
Quantization
16 bits/2 channels or 16 bits / 4 channels
Frequency response
20 Hz to 20 kHz +0.5/-1.0 dB (0 dB at 1 kHz)
Dynamic range
90 dB or more
Distortion
0.05% or less (at 1 kHz)
Headroom
20/18/16/12 dB (selectable)
Supplied accessories
Operation manual (x1), Vertical installation stand (x1) ,
Infrared Remote Commander (x1), PDZ-1 Proxy Browsing Software (x1),
Proxy Viewer Software (x1), PDZ-VX10 XDCAM Viewer Software (x1),
PDZK-P1 XDCAM Transfer Software (x1)
OPTIONAL ACCESSORIES
PFD50DLA
PFD23A
PDBK-101
PDBK-102
PDBK-103
Professional Disc
Professional Disc
Network Board
MPEG-TS In/Out Board*
HD Analog Input Board*
PDBK-104
RCC-5G
VMC-IL4615B
PDW-U1
SD Input Up-converter Board*
Remote Control Cable (5 m)
i.LINK Cable
(4-pin to 6-pin, 1.5 m)
XDCAM Drive Unit
* Only one of the PDBK-102,
PDBK-103 or PDBK-104
boards can be installed at
any one time.
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