SONY PDW F70 XDCAM HD RECORDING DECK

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Feature

  • Full I/O multi-format HD recorder Supports five recording formats; 1080 / 23.976P, 25P, 29.97P, 50i and 59.94i
  • Capable of playing the disc with DVCAM format (supporting up-convert HD output) Auto repeat playing functio
  • 3.5-inch 16:9 colour LCD screen Thumbnail display, expand thumbnail display and Essence mark thumbnail display Scene selection function allows simple cut editing on this recorder
  • Input I/F: HD-SDI (incl. embedded audio), AES/EBU digital audio, XLR analog audio, Time Code, reference Output I/F: HD-SDI (incl. embedde audio), SD-SDI (incl. embedded audio), HD/SD component, composite video, Time Code, XGA/VGA, XLR analog audio, audio monito (L/R)
  • i.LINK port: Enables down converted DV stream to be output. Plus, File Access Mode (Read and write HD video/audio files and general files) compatible RS-232C control and RS-422 control JOG/SHUTTLE dia

Product Description

The Sony PDW-F70 is an optical recorder used for XDCAM HD applications. Built upon blue laser technology the XDCAM HD line of products takes advantage of non-linear workflow, while keeping the same archiving infrastructure professionals are accustomed to with tape-based formats. This recorder is perfect for either feeding or recording footage into non-linear workstations. The deck has a jog-wheel style dial providing control professionals are familiar with. The difference is in the non-linear nature of the format, adding many new features that make it increasingly efficient when looking through footage. Users can randomly search through clips either with an editing workstation or the attached LCD. These features, plus the ability to up and downconvert between standard definition (DVCAM) and high definition (MPEG HD) make this a versatile recorder for all XDCAM HD applications. Multiple Formats The PDW-F70 can play back and record both MPEG HD and DVCAM formats, giving added flexibility for mastering and delivery. When recording to MPEG HD there are three choices of bit rate, providing the user with options between higher quality or longer run times. With an additional board, the F70 can even record SD footage upconverted to MPEG HD.

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