Many camera systems are shipped from the manufacturer with Fischer type triax connectors. Most UK facilities and hire companies use Lemo 4m series connectors. if you need them changed in a hurry, please give me a call. I can supply all the parts needed and can modify camera channels on location wherever required.
CCA-5 Cables CCA-5-50, CCA-5-100
To connect Sony RCPs and CCUs and HDCUs
if you need CCA type remote control cables, I can make them for you , any length up to 100m.
Extra flexible cable type now available.
These are the RCP cables for the DXC camera systems, and should include a 75 ohm video core for the built in monitor display on the RCP-D50.
Any length up to 50m.
Several Sony products store set up files on to standard memory sticks (the ones that look like a stick of chewing gum). Memory stick pro, or standard memory sticks with a capacity of greater than 128MB are not recognised. I have some of those hard to find memory sticks for sale at £12 each.
To connect Sony BRC type pan/tilt/zoom (PTZ) cameras to control panels
Comms breakout cables
Intercom breakout cable. Sony CCU 25 pin 'D' breakout cable to Talkback, Tally, and program audio XLR connectors.
Suitable for all Sony CCU and HDCU models using 25 way 'D' connector.
NEW Intercom and tally breakout cable for HDCU-3100
The latest HDCU-3100 / HDCU-3170 CCUs use a 50 pin connector instead of the 25 pin.
Breakout leads are available for these CCUs with the same talkback, tally (R&G) and programmme audio as above but with the new 50 pin connector.
Further connectors can be added on request, for Yellow tally, PGM 2 sound, or GPIs for microphone gain, aspect ratio etc.
Most image sensors will fall prey to the odd dead pixel during their lifetime. many of you will be familiar with landing at an airport on the other side of the world, and finding a couple of white dots twinkling at you in the viewfinder.
Your first line of defence on many cameras is to perform an auto black balance. This will engage the auto concealment system, and repeated black balances once the camera is warmed up may solve the problem for you.
If not...I may be able to help. There are further levels of correction hidden in the camera.
Often, it works, sometimes there’s nothing further that can be done locally, and it’s back to the factory.
Worth a try though....