|LabGuy's World: 1976 Sony AVC-4000A
Vidicon Studio Camera
1976 Sony AVC-4000A Vidicon Studio Camera
This is (was) a fine example of mature mid 1970s technology. The AVC-4000A is a studio type B/W vidicon camera with a very unique, built in, 7" B/W, flat faced, CRT viewfinder. It uses a two thirds inch vidicon tube. I don't have much information yet about this model, but I will post it as soon as I get it! These photos are from the original Ebay listing, where I just purchased this camera. Stay tuned!
Update Information 02.08.15:
From now on, if you must use UPS, insure every item for TEN times its face value and mercilessly demand FULL payment for ANY damage. Do not take NO for an answer. Kick them where it hurts them most. In the wallet!
Try this. Using your favorite search engine, [or mine], type in, "UPS sucks" or "UPS damage" and marvel at the thousands of references listed there! Can you say, "Class Action Lawsuit"? I'm writing my congressman, since shaking down crooked huge corporations is the news story of the day. Good bye, UPS!
NEEDED: Nothing. There's no point.
* I apologize to the true, honest gorillas of the world.
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