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HITACHI HDTV Cameras Enable Superior Educational Experiences for New England School of Communications at Husson University Posted: 06/12/2016

The New England School of Communications at Husson University (NESCom) has a goal of providing its students with second-to-none facilities, equipment and instruction that deliver a superior learning experience. Furthering its video technology in support of that mission, NESCom has added three Z-HD6000 HDTV cameras from Hitachi Kokusai Electric America Ltd. (Hitachi Kokusai) to the schools existing complement of Z-HD5000 cameras for studio and field production. 

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Grace Church of Wooster Expands its Reach in HD with HITACHI Z-HD5000 Cameras Posted: 25/08/2016

For churches around the globe, video has become an integral aspect of connecting with their congregants, providing a powerful medium to share their message while enabling them to expand beyond their walls. When 75-year-old Grace Church of Wooster, Ohio launched its first video initiatives last year, it selected Z-HD5000 HDTV cameras from Hitachi Kokusai Electric America Ltd. (Hitachi Kokusai) to capture live services and events.

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WKTV Elevates Live Newscast Quality with Hitachi HDTV Cameras Posted: 21/06/2016

 When Heartland Media station WKTV set out to enhance the viewer experience by upgrading its live news productions to HD, they turned to Hitachi DK-Z50 multi-purpose, HDTV box cameras to provide exceptional-quality video acquisition. Supplied by Hitachi reseller Com Tech, the cameras have delivered solid reliability while elevating the visual fidelity of WKTVs newscasts.

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City Cable 14 Buys Nine Hitachi DK-Z50 HDTV Cameras and PT-101 Pan Tilt Systems for Government Access Channel Serving Fort Collins, CO Posted: 09/03/2011
The City of Fort Collinsthe largest city in Larimer County, Coloradoacquired nine Hitachi DK-Z50 multi-format HDTV high-performance special applications cameras as well as Hitachi PT-101 camera control systems (with integrated Eagle pan/tilt capability).

All nine cameras are dedicated to local HD programming for City Cable 14. City Cable 14 acquired theHitachi DK-Z50 cameras in two ordershandled by Hitachi dealer RIA Corporation in Colorado Springs, COwith five installed in November 2010 and four in January 2011. The camera systems, which replaced older Hitachi analog cameras, were purchased as part of City Cable 14s gradual migration to full HDTV production.

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Vermont Public Television Selects Four Hitachi SK-HD1000 HDTV Cameras for Hi-Def Studio Production Upgrade Posted: 28/02/2011
Vermont Public Television (VPT) Vermonts statewide PBS network purchased four new Hitachi SK-HD1000 digital HDTV studio cameras as part of an extensive HDTV production upgrade at its Colchester, VT broadcast television facility.

We chose the Hitachi SK-HD1000 after a year of exhaustive, comparative research and testing of all major HDTV studio cameras on the market, said Joseph Tymecki, CPBE, Chief Technology Officer,Vermont Public Television. Since the cameras replaced four older analog studio cameras thatd been in service for nearly 20 years, we wanted to be sure we were ordering studio cameras that would serve us well into the future. We feel that these Hitachi cameras are the perfect fit for our facility.

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TNDV to Outfit Newest HD Truck with 10 Hitachi Z-HD5000 Cameras Posted: 10/02/2011
TNDV Television, a Nashville, TN-based provider of HD/SD video systems and services for remote video production, announced plans to outfit its newest HD truck with 10 Hitachi Z-HD5000 multiformat (720p/1080i) HDTV cameras along with Hitachi CU-HD1000 fiber-based camera control units (CCUs). The companys newest hi-def truck, currently under construction, will serve large remote productions such as concerts and awards shows that typically require seven to nine multiformat broadcast cameras.
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GERMANTOWN COMMUNITY TELEVISION IN MEMPHIS INSTALLS FOUR NEW HITACHI SK-HD1000 MULTIFORMAT HDTV STUDIO CAMERAS Posted: 04/01/2011
Germantown Community Television recently installed four new Hitachi SK-HD1000 multi-format HDTV studio cameras in an effort to improve picture quality and lay the groundwork for an eventual transition to high-definition. Known as GHS-TV, Germantown Community Television is based at Germantown High School in Germantown, TN, a suburb of Memphis.

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WYOMING PBS UPGRADES SATELLITE TRUCK WITH FOUR HITACHI MULTIFORMAT HD CAMERAS Posted: 30/11/2010
Wyoming PBS purchased four Hitachi SK-HD1000 multi-format HDTV cameras as part of the planned upgrade of its 32-foot digital production truck equipped with a 2.4-meter Ku-Band satellite uplink dish. The truck travels across the state, producing multi-camera remote video productions, such as sessions of the Wyoming State Legislature in Cheyenne, political debates, and sporting events. Also known as KCWC-DT, Wyoming PBS is located on the campus of Central Wyoming College in Riverton, WY.
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U.S. SENATE RECORDING STUDIO UPGRADES SENATORIAL VIDEO TELECONFERENCING CAPABILITIES WITH 18 HITACHI CAMERAS Posted: 03/11/2010
The U.S. Senate Recording Studio, the in-house audio/video service provider for the U.S. Senate, ordered 18 new Hitachi DK-H32 720p/60p compact HDTV camera heads in the summer of 2010 as part of an effort to upgrade the video teleconferencing capabilities within U.S Senators offices.

This recent order supplements two previous ordersfor 38 DK-H32 cameras acquired between 2007 and 2010; and 18 DK-H31 HDTV cameras acquired between 2006-2007bringing the total complement of Hitachi 720p/60p cameras up to 74.

Many U.S. senators, who occupy offices near the U.S. Capitol in Washington, DC, use the Hitachi DK-H32 and DK-H31 cameras to video teleconference with their colleagues in the Senate, as well as with constituents in their home states. The U.S. Senate Recording Studio selected the 2/3-inch Hitachi 3-CCD 720p/60p HDTV camera heads because they deliver the best high definition picture quality from a compact and reliable robotic infrastructure application camera.

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