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Sony RCP-D50 Remote Control Panel for CCU-D50 / DXC Cameras

Price: £342.00
Location: United Kingdom
Condition: Used
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Date Expires: 06/02/2018
Item ID: 180069
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Sony RCP-D50 Remote Control Panel for CCU-D50 / DXC Cameras

Sony RCP-D50

Sony RCP-D50 Remote Control Panel for CCU-D50 / DXC Cameras


In Good Condition And In Full Working Order

Includes : 
  • 1 x Sony Simple remote control panel with joystick - RCP D50 

Overview : 

Sony’s DXC series portable cameras are well known for their high picture performance and ease of operation. As a result, they are increasingly used for demanding applications where sophisticated control facilities are required. To satisfy this demand, the RCP-D50 and RCP-D51 have been introduced, to provide comprehensive camera control and setup facilities. The RCP-D50 includes joystick control of Iris and Master Black for ease of use. 
The is also available, which has rotary controls for Iris and Master Black.

  • Comprehensive control capability

    The RCP-D50 is compact, yet provides control of all operational and setup parameters. This allows the use of DXC-D50 camera systems in applications which would otherwise require Broadcast types of cameras and control systems

  • Simple operation using Colour LCD Touch Screen

    By including a unique colour LCD touch screen, the RCP-D50 provides menu operation of all parameters, making camera alignment quick and easy. The menu structure is intuitive and easy to use, and operates in conjunction with 4 rotary encoders for control setting.
    The colour LCD can also be used to display the camera picture for monitoring purposes

  • Memory Stick function

    The RCP-D50 includes a Memory Stick slot, which allows users to store camera settings for security and backup. File transfer between cameras is also possible using the Memory Stick.

  • Stand-alone camera control

    As well as operating in a multi-camera studio environment, the RCP-D50 can be connected directly to the camera for stand-alone use.

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