Hitachi’s latest box camera is the 4K DK-H700, which uses the same optical block as its SK-UHD7000 (launched last year), but in a much smaller package.
Mark Capstick, General Manager - Broadcast Solution Sales, Hitachi Kokusai Electric Europe, said: “It is ideal for pan and tilt systems, or to use on a Steadicam with wireless links, or as a companion camera to the system camera.”
The DK-H700 multi-format camera uses 2/3in, RGB, 8.3m-pixel CMOS native global shutter sensors, combined with advanced digital signal processing. It also has HDR support, complying with the ITU-R.BT-2020 wide colour gamut specifications and the REC BT2100 High Dynamic Range standards. It can also produce independent programme outputs in a dual workflow (HDR and SDR) configuration for both HDTV and/or UHD SDI output formats.
It has a 1/4-ND filter for reduced depth-of-field shooting, both to add artistic value and reduce the moiré effect on video walls.
Stand Number: 11.C28
Company: Hitachi Kokusai Electric Europe
Capstick: The new DK-H700 “is ideal for PTZ, or to use on a Steadicam”