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Electric 500 Small Studio Vidicon Camera
1968 General Electric 500 Small Studio Vidicon Camera
Here is an art deco studio camera from the early 1960's. Man this thing is like. . . WOW! Far out, man! Dig the super-sonic design! George Jetson would really groove on this one, baby! The GE-500 uses a one inch vidicon tube for pickup and a 5" CRT for a viewfinder. This particular unit is in good cosmetic and fully operational condition. The lens is 20 to 80 mm f 2. 5 zoom. Two BNC connectors are provided on the bottom for horizontal and vertical sync inputs and one BNC connector for video output. Electrical adjustments include: Monitor vertical and horizontal hold, monitor brightness, monitor contrast, power on/off. Screwdriver pots are provided for: camera beam, focus and target settings as well as vidicon "rack" focus.
NEEDED: Service manual for this camera.
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Last updated: January 06, 2005