Ikegami sets HDR at centre stage for IBC, 2018

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Ikegami, the provider of cameras and production equipment, for television content producers and broadcasters, will introduce its HDR-compatible range of camera systems, and an expanded range of monitors at IBC, 2018. A docking-style camera for studio applications, the HDK-99 employs three 2.6 megapixel high-performance CMOS image sensors, delivering picture quality in HDR at full-HD, 1920 x 1080 resolution, and with progressive-scan. HLG mode maintains the contrast required for HDR, and conforms to the ITU-R BT.2100 international standard.

The Ikegami HDK-73 is a dockable, 1080i HD camera, designed for SDR and HDR broadcast production. It is available as complete system including CCU, connecting fiber, viewfinder and remote control. Image capture is to 2/3-inch, enabled by  2.6 megapixel CMOS sensors, each capable of capturing full-HD 1920 x 1080 resolution images with a dynamic range of 600% in normal mode, and 1200% in HLG mode.

The HQLM-3125X HDR broadcast master monitor employs a 4096×2160 pixel, 10-bit resolution, LED-backlit, double-LCD panel with a 1,000,000:1 contrast ratio, and a panel brightness of 1000 candela per square metre. It incorporates single-channel 12G-SDI x 2, 3G-SDI × 5, 3G/HD-SDI and HDMI inputs as standard features. The HQLM-3120W is a 31 inch 4K/HD production monitor equipped with two 12G-SDI input channels as standard, for configuration with 4K equipment, such as cameras and switchers. Model HQLM-1720WR is a compact UHD-HDR monitor equipped with two 12G-SDI input channels as standard, for configuration with 4K equipment such as cameras and switchers.

The HLM-2460W is a 24-inch full-HD monitor with a 1920×1200 pixel, 400 candela per square metre, 10-bit resolution LCD panel. Its gradation characteristics make it ideal for a range of broadcast applications, including use in monitor walls. The Ikegami HLM-960WR is a compact multi-format LCD monitor, with a 9-inch full-HD 1920×1080 pixel, 400 candela per square metre, 8-bit resolution LCD panel.

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