New Toshiba HD CMOS Camera, the IK-HR2D (IKHR2D)

New Toshiba HD CMOS Camera, the IK-HR2D (IKHR2D)

The New Year brought Toshiba America announcement of a new High Definition Camera! Revealing their newest COS camera, the IK-HR2D (IKHR2D), Toshiba continues to solidify their position in the industrial camera field.

This new, one piece camera model utilizes a 1/3″ color high quality CMOS imaging sensor, and is ultra compact in size, measuring 1.73″ (W) x 1.73″ (H) x 3.07″ (D), and light weight, at one-third of a pound (similar in size to the Toshiba IK-HR1D ((IKHR1D) high-definition camera).

Boasting the added feature of a USB2 port, the IK-HR2D (IKHR2D) responds to requests for a high-definition camera that exports USB2 in addition to 1080 and 720. Utilized for exporting video to a flash memory or other suitable computer device, this USB2 port transmits video in full 1920 x 1080 at 5 fps and 1280 x 720 at 15 fps with quality high-definition picture excellence.

Partial specifications for this camera include: White Balance, including automatic tracking white balance (ATW), automatic white balance (AWB) and manual (MANUAL) white balance. Five scene files (A, B, C, D, E) are available for user memories for this camera, and are chosen contingent upon shooting conditions. Camera operation is quickly changed from the selected scene file to the next, with simple pressing of select buttons.

This new Toshiba IR-HR2D (IKHR2D) C-mount, high-definition camera is available in limited quantities through Aegis Electronic Group, Inc for evaluation purposes at this time. Additional information is expected to be released in the next few weeks.

Source by Gail De Salvo

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