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Click to see large picture Marconi Mk II
Period:   from the beginning of 1950's to the beginning of 1960's
Type:   Broadcast TV cameras
Quantity:   2 specimens available

The Marconi Mk II TV camera appeared first in 1951. A 3"inch Image Orthicon, this camera type was used mainly on outside broadcasts by the BBC until the early 1960s. Notably, this camera type covered the 1953 Coronation broadcast. Also, the camera was used by Associated-Rediffusion in their London studios & CBC TV in Canada. The larger picture shows the camera 'dressed' for a recent production.

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Click to see large picture Marconi Mk III
Period:   from the end of 1950's to the end of 1960's
Type:   Broadcast TV cameras
Quantity:   10 specimens available

The Marconi Mk III 4.5 inch Image orthicon 4-lens turret camera, appeared first in late 1954 and soon was used by most major broadcasters. Using an innovative tilting viewfinder, this large and heavy tv camera was highly reliable, especially on outside broadcasts (up in planes, on board ships). This camera was most famously used as the opening credits of BBC Televisions' 'Grandstand' programme. Larger picture shows the cameras 'dressed' on set for a recent production.

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Click to see large picture Ikegami HK 323
Period:   from the full 1980's to the end of 1990's
Type:   Broadcast TV cameras
Quantity:   4 specimens available

The Ikegami HK 323 was a high quality three-tube colour camera used during the 1980s & 1990s in studios and on outside broadcasts. GA-TV has several in full working order. Blue or cream livery.

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Click to see large picture Ikegami HL 79A
Period:   from the end of 1970's to the end of 1980's
Type:   Broadcast TV cameras
Quantity:   1 specimens available

The IKEGAMI HL (Handy Looky) 79A was a ubiquitous portable 3-tube colour camera with zoom lens and detachable battery. Popular with tv news ENG systems. Our example is no longer in working condition.

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Click to see large picture Pye Mk 3
Period:   from the beginning of 1950's to the end of 1960's
Type:   Broadcast TV cameras
Quantity:   3 specimens available

An innovative camera, the PYE Mk 3 was a 3-inch b/w Image Orthicon with several automatic (if problematic) features (iris control, turret turning). First in operation with the BBC in 1951, and ITV (notably ATV)from 1955, the Pye Mk 3 was used for nearly 20 years by most major tv stations throughout the world. Camera badging optional.

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Click to see large picture Sony DXC 1200P Trinicon
Period:   from the beginning of 1980's to the full 1990's
Type:   Broadcast TV cameras
Quantity:   1 specimens available

Vivid looking moderate-sized tv camera from Sony, a Trinicon single colour tube camera aimed at the semi-professional or industrial/education market. Pictures pretty poor by todays standards. This camera still functions and has an easy to operate zoom and focus lens control.

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Click to see large picture EMI 203
Period:   from the end of 1950's to the beginning of 1970's
Type:   Broadcast TV cameras
Quantity:   2 specimens available

The EMI 203 was a 4 1/2" image orthicon camera used in the UK by BBC Television and ITV. European broadcasters included RAI(Italy)and MTV(Hungary). The camera had a four-lens mechanical turret with a blanking plate which could be removed. This enabled the camera image tube to be inserted. A special plate could hold also a fifth lens or diascope. Larger picture shows camera rear with functioning viewfinder and cue light.

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Click to see large picture LINK 125
Period:   from the full 1980's to the full 1990's
Type:   Broadcast TV cameras
Quantity:   4 specimens available

The LINK 125 was a 25mm three-tube colour camera with an integral zoom lens package. This sleek-looking camera was used mainly in the UK by BBC and in few studios at ITV. Independent company Limehouse Television bought these cameras because of an in-house cameraman's choice. GA-TV has several examples in non-operating condition.

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Click to see large picture EMI 2001
Period:   from the end of 1960's to the beginning of 1990's
Type:   Broadcast TV cameras
Quantity:   4 specimens available

The EMI 2001 was a late-1960s four-tube colour tv camera used by most British tv broadcasters-and in particular-for over twenty years by BBC Television. This camera was used in studios and on outside broadcasts. Integral zoom lens. Liked by cameramen.

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Click to see large picture Marconi Mk IXP
Period:   from the end of 1970's to the full 1980's
Type:   Broadcast TV cameras
Quantity:   4 specimens available

Portable version of the Marconi MkIX three-tube colour camera. Shoulder-mounted or pedestal use.

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Click to see large picture Ikegami 79E
Period:   from the beginning of 1980's to the beginning of 1990's
Type:   Broadcast TV cameras
Quantity:   4 specimens available

The Ikegami 79E was a mid-1980s upgrade of the Handy Looky 79 range. Good quality 3-tube colour camera. GA-TV has several in full working condition

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Click to see large picture Marconi MkIV Vidicon
Period:   from the beginning of 1960's to the end of 1970's
Type:   Broadcast TV cameras
Quantity:   1 specimens available

For broadcasters on a budget - a quality vidicon camera for use in cost conscious studios and for applications such as announcing. The camera is novel in having a built in waveform monitor as well as the viewfinder. This facilitated 'one man' operation. Click on the image to see the rear aspect.

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Click to see large picture Marconi Mk IV
Period:   from the full 1960's to the beginning of 1970's
Type:   Broadcast TV cameras
Quantity:   6 specimens available

1960s classic turret four-lens image orthicon monochrome television camera. Used extensively by BBC and ITV and notably CBS in America. A world wide best seller in its class.

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Click to see large picture Marconi Mk VIIIP
Period:   from the beginning of 1970's to the beginning of 1980's
Type:   Broadcast TV cameras
Quantity:   1 specimens available

Portable version of Marconi MkVIII studio/OB camera. Requires electronics 'backpacked' (as shown) or 'golf trolley' carried.

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Click to see large picture Marconi Mk VIII
Period:   from the full 1970's to the full 1980's
Type:   Broadcast TV cameras
Quantity:   3 specimens available

Studio/OB mid-sized 3 tube colour TV camera. First ever with automatic line-up.

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Click to see large picture Marconi Mk V
Period:   from the end of 1960's to the end of 1970's
Type:   Broadcast TV cameras
Quantity:   2 specimens available

Black and white 4.5 inch Image Orthicon zoom lensed camera. Similar in style (but smaller) to the colour Marconi MkVII

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Click to see large picture Marconi Mk X
Period:   from the beginning of 1980's to the beginning of 1990's
Type:   Broadcast TV cameras
Quantity:   1 specimens available

The one that never was - never produced in quantity. Appeared 1986.

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Click to see large picture Marconi Mk IX
Period:   from the beginning of 1980's to the beginning of 1990's
Type:   Broadcast TV cameras
Quantity:   10 specimens available

Studio/OB colour TV camera developed from the MK VIII. Popular in the UK during the 1980's, particularly with ITV. (LWT, Anglia etc)

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Click to see large picture Marconi Mk VII
Period:   from the end of 1960's to the beginning of 1980's
Type:   Broadcast TV cameras
Quantity:   7 specimens available

Very large 4 tube plumbicon colour TV camera for studio and OB use. Used by BBC, ITV and numerous countries around the world.

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Click to see large picture RCA TK76
Period:   from the end of 1970's to the beginning of 1980's
Type:   Broadcast TV cameras
Quantity:   2 specimens available

The first self-contained 3-tube portable colour TV camera which made ENG (Electronic News Gathering) viable. Numbered '76' for the US bicentennial year, it was orginally going to be called the TK70. Our example pictured was used by Grampian Tv, who ran a total of five TK76 cameras in Aberdeen and beyond.

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Click to see large picture RCA TK 47
Period:   from the end of 1970's to the beginning of 1990's
Type:   Broadcast TV cameras
Quantity:   1 specimens available

Fully developed 3 tube colour TV camera offering microprocessor control and alignment. Popular around the world and often finding many 'second user' assignments in many places.

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Click to see large picture Philips LDK5 and LDK25
Period:   from the beginning of 1970's to the beginning of 1980's
Type:   Broadcast TV cameras
Quantity:   3 specimens available

A very popular camera worldwide offering good performance and triaxial cable (LDK5 only, LDK25 is multicore cable) capability. This made it a natural choice for ob operations - especially at the BBC in the late 1970's.

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Click to see large picture Hitachi SK110 and 120 Colour TV Camera
Period:   from the end of 1970's to the end of 1980's
Type:   Broadcast TV cameras
Quantity:   2 specimens available

Full size 3 tube studio colour TV camera. Electronically very similar to the RCA TK47, but the styling is very different.

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Click to see large picture Pye Mk 5
Period:   from the beginning of 1960's to the beginning of 1970's
Type:   Broadcast TV cameras
Quantity:   2 specimens available

A high quality 4.5 inch image orthicon monochrome tv camera with an offset 4-lens motorised turret. Produced in 1962 and first used by ATV at their Elstree studios, this camera was used also by Anglia Tv in Norwich and BBC tv at the Television Theatre and Riverside studios in London. A total of only about 60 cameras were sold.

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Click to see large picture JVC 1900E
Period:   from the end of 1970's to the full 1980's
Type:   Broadcast TV cameras
Quantity:   1 specimens available

The JVC 1900 was one of a range of JVC three-tube 'Saticon' semi-professional colour video cameras from the early 1980s. Easy to operate. Picture quality as you might expect

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Click to see large picture Golden Age TV Image Iconoscope Camera
Period:   from the beginning of 1940's to the beginning of 1950's
Type:   Broadcast TV cameras
Quantity:   1 specimens available

Created especially for IBC '97 in Amsterdam this unique camera is an Image Iconoscope camera using a Cathodeon Photicon tube from 1948 powered by modern solid state electronics developed especially for the task. The result is iconsoscope pictures of the pre-war type exhibiting all the 'text book' problems of 'tilt and bend', low sensitivity etc. The top picture is of the camera head under construction, the lower left picture is of the Image Iconoscope itself and the lower right picture is an off screen image from the camera. The camera is still operational. Also see 'Pye Photicon'.

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Click to see large picture Ikegami HK355
Period:   from the end of 1980's to the full 1990's
Type:   Broadcast TV cameras
Quantity:   2 specimens available

Studio/OB CCD television camera. An excellent workhorse and still in use worldwide. We have two examples of these cameras in full working order complete with triax base stations as required.

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Click to see large picture Sony BVP 3A
Period:   from the full 1980's to the full 1990's
Type:   Broadcast TV cameras
Quantity:   4 specimens available

Introduced in 1984, the Sony BVP 3A was a lightweight portable colour camera designed to attach to the BVV 1A recorder creating a self-contained 'ENG' (Electronic News Gathering) unit. The BVP 3A camera used three 'Saticon' or 'Plumbicon' 18mm pickup tubes delivering '650 lines'. The camera also had an unique system of tube auto-centering without a test chart.

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Click to see large picture Sony BVW 300AP
Period:   from the beginning of 1990's to the beginning of 2000's
Type:   Broadcast TV cameras
Quantity:   1 specimens available

This 1992 vintage SONY BVW 300AP 3-ccd camcorder (Beta SP type) was a firm favourite with news gatherers and production companies. Our 4:3 aspect ratio example is in working condition.

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Click to see large picture Sony BVP330AP
Period:   from the full 1980's to the full 1990's
Type:   Broadcast TV cameras
Quantity:   3 specimens available

Introduced in the early 1980s, the SONY BVP330 was a lightweight ENG/EFP three-tube colour video camera, battery powered and wih a microphone input. This camera was popular with news gatherers such as ITN.

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Click to see large picture LINK 130
Period:   from the end of 1980's to the beginning of 1990's
Type:   Broadcast TV cameras
Quantity:   2 specimens available

The Link 130 was a mid- 1980s camera that never made it beyond a dozen or so 'trial' deliveries to broadcasters (some to BBCTV and Swedish TV amongst others). The Link 130 had many 'auto' features and used three 2/3rds lead oxide colour tubes, but the camera was plagued with software problems including 'lock outs' and niggling faults such as the cue light effecting the picture. Also, by the end of the 1980s, all the major broadcasters were considering switching to CCD studio cameras. The camera pictured is an ex-museum display with a non-standard repro lens unit (with space to house a small ccd camera)and a fixed viewfinder unit with an implant tube. Because the camera is only a shell and thus lightweight, it is ideal for theatre productions etc. The camera here is sitting on a Vinten 459 lightweight pedestal with an additional 'steer' wheel.

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Click to see large picture Ikegami 355P
Period:   full 1990's decade
Type:   Broadcast TV cameras
Quantity:   3 specimens available

Superior broadcast colour tv camera, the Ikegami 355 portable is an early 1990s 3-CCD model capable over 650 lines of horizontal definition. GA-TV has three examples (4:3 aspect ratio only), all in working order. This camera is still used worldwide.

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Click to see large picture EMI 201
Period:   from the end of 1950's to the beginning of 1970's
Type:   Broadcast TV cameras
Quantity:   1 specimens available

The EMI 201 was a 'low cost' broadcast camera using a Vidicon type b/w imaging tube. Not intended for main production use, the EMI 201 could be found in news studios and educational establishments. The pedestal is a Vinten 459 'lightweight' model. Rig is suitable for theatre use

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Click to see large picture IVC 7000P
Period:   from the end of 1970's to the full 1980's
Type:   Broadcast TV cameras
Quantity:   2 specimens available

The IVC 7000P was described (with hyperbole) as 'setting your cameraman free'. Free, possibly to encounter back strain. No little weight, this mid-1970s 'portable' three-tube lead-oxide colour camera came in at over 12.5kgs (not the 7 claimed) and that was without the 'control backpack' unit which added at least another 12 kgs. The camera was tethered by a polypole cable and had an optional 'Studio Adapter' rig with a 7" inch viewfinder. UK users included Anglia TV, Grampian Television, Thames Television, Southern Television and LWT. One of our cameras was used by TVS (TeleVision South) and the other by a facilities company. The IVC 7000P picture quality was described as 'awful'.

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Click to see large picture golden age EMI 203
Period:   from the end of 1950's to the beginning of 1970's
Type:   Broadcast TV cameras
Quantity:   3 specimens available

Picture shows two EMI 203 4.5 image orthicon cameras on Debrie pedestals. Jason Isaacs is seen playing 'Harold Steptoe'in the famous junk yard set for a BBC4 drama series entitled 'The Curse Of Comedy'. GATV supplied also several vintage cameras and related equipment for two other plays in the series, 'Hancock & Joan' and 'Most Sincerely', about Hughie Green.

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Click to see large picture Sony DNW 9WSP
Period:   full 2000's decade
Type:   Broadcast TV cameras
Quantity:   1 specimens available

Another Sony 'Betacam' variant. The SX digital system. This camera is SD 16:9/4:3 switchable. Used previously by BBC Television News. Not in working condition.

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Click to see large picture LINK 110
Period:   from the end of 1970's to the full 1980's
Type:   Broadcast TV cameras
Quantity:   2 specimens available

The LINK 110 was a boxy-looking three-tube 25mm lead oxide colour camera, a technical design instigated in part by the BBC to replace their aging studio stock of 4-tube EMI 2001 cameras. The Link 110 (from Link Electronics; a firm that produced 'industrial' CCTV equipment) boasted anti-comet tail and light bias, plus an integral zoom package. The camera's picture quality was reasonably pleasant but not up the 'sharpness' of existing 4-tube designs.

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No picture Pye Mk3
Period:   from the end of 1950's to the beginning of 1970's
Type:   Broadcast TV cameras
Quantity:   2 specimens available

A dressed Pye Mk3 camera for a new BBCTV drama production set in the mid to late 1960s, 'Hancock and Joan' featuring Ken Stott as 'the lad 'imself'. Golden Age Tv can always authentically recreate the correct studio 'look' for a given tv era, in this case the ABC-TV, studios at Didsbury in Manchester.

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Click to see large picture Sony BVP 1S BETACAM
Period:   from the beginning of 1980's to the beginning of 1990's
Type:   Broadcast TV cameras
Quantity:   2 specimens available

The famous 'BETACAM' design was the popular Sony ENG 'stand alone' camera kit, whereby the camera, power supply and vt recorder (BVV 1PS) were combined in one unit. Launched in 1984, this camera employed a single Trinicon tube(Saticon) which delivered upwards of 400 lines of horizontal definition. The camera/recorder had no playback capability and so tapes needed a separate player. With an adaptor, the BVV 1PS recorder could also be used to record from other cameras. Our Betacam (still in working condition) was used by a regional broadcaster on local news.

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Click to see large picture Ikegami HL 77
Period:   from the full 1970's to the full 1980's
Type:   Broadcast TV cameras
Quantity:   3 specimens available

The 'Handy Looky 77' appeared in 1978 and was offered to broadcasters as an 'ENG' camera. These were early days for electronic news gathering equipment. The HL 77 had no on-board record capability, no on-board battery and overall, was rather heavy. Using three 'Saticon' tubes, our rather careworn example was alleged to have 'filmed' the 1980s Brixton Riots as well as several rather more sedate feature programmes for BBC East.

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Click to see large picture Sony BVP 7P
Period:   from the end of 1980's to the full 1990's
Type:   Broadcast TV cameras
Quantity:   2 specimens available

Late 1980s Sony 3-CCD BVP 7P with a Fujinon 9-126mm zoom and detachable Betacam SP recorder unit. The larger picture shows a CA-50P back adaptor in position. All units in working condition.

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Click to see large picture Marconi V322
Period:   from the beginning of 1960's to the end of 1970's
Type:   Broadcast TV cameras
Quantity:   2 specimens available

Not strictly a 'broadcast' camera, but certainly a quality vidicon camera. The V322 was intended for industrial and educational studio applications and saw widespread use with educational bodies and in corporate training/promo facilities. Not to mention a few broadcasters too! The camera appears here on a 'Dennard' pedestal. Click on the image to see the reverse aspect.

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Click to see large picture EMI 2001 on set
Period:   from the end of 1960's to the beginning of 1990's
Type:   Broadcast TV cameras
Quantity:   4 specimens available

On set image of a EMI 2001 'The Damned United'

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Click to see large picture Ikegami HK 355PW
Period:   from the full 1990's to the full 2000's
Type:   Broadcast TV cameras
Quantity:   2 specimens available

High quality Ikegami HK 355PW true widescreen 16:9/4:3 switchable CCD colour video camera from the early to mid-1990s. Standard definition at approx. 700 lines of horizontal definition. These cameras can run stand alone or Triax connected. Our example was used by Thames/Teddington Studios.

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Click to see large picture Sony DSR 500WSP
Period:   full 2000's decade
Type:   Broadcast TV cameras
Quantity:   2 specimens available

Top of the range SD DV camera with Canon VRSE SX12 zoom lens. 4:3/16:9 image, these cameras were the mainstay of BBC Broadcast throughout the 2000s. High quality standard definition images of 700 lines plus. 3hrs recording on a DVCAM cassette.

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Click to see large picture Ikegami HK355W
Period:   from the full 1990's to the beginning of 2000's
Type:   Broadcast TV cameras
Quantity:   5 specimens available

High quality Ikegami HK 355W true widescreen 16:9/4:3 switchable CCD colour video camera from the mid-1990s. Standard definition at approx. 700 lines of horizontal definition. Dedicated full-colour viewfinder. These cameras can run stand alone or Triax connected.

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Click to see large picture JVC KY 2700E
Period:   from the full 1970's to the full 1980's
Type:   Broadcast TV cameras
Quantity:   1 specimens available

Semi professional/industrial/corporate colour tv camera using three 'Saticon'' image tubes. Top mounted viewfinder or monocular.

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Click to see large picture Sony DVW 707P
Period:   from the end of 1990's to the full 2000's
Type:   Broadcast TV cameras
Quantity:   1 specimens available

Another Sony portable video ENG type camera, a Digital Betacam 'Digital 1000' using 40 minute tapes and digital image processing with a Power HAD sensor. Our example dates from 1999 and is in working condition. 4:3 aspect ratio only.

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Click to see large picture Sony DXC M3
Period:   from the end of 1980's to the full 1990's
Type:   Broadcast TV cameras
Quantity:   1 specimens available

Basic 'Prosumer' Sony three-tube (Saticon) colour camera from the mid 1980s. Auto line up and a few functions including auto white and auto black. On screen menu settings available. Zoom 8-128mm Tamron f/1.6-22. Optional top mounted viewfinder Working condition.

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Click to see large picture RCA TK11A
Period:   from the beginning of 1950's to the end of 1960's
Type:   Broadcast TV cameras
Quantity:   1 specimens available

The RCA TK11A was a 3"inch b/w image orthicon camera used mainly in the USA and Asia. Some European use. A few were used in the UK during the 1950s by the independent television company Associated-Rediffusion at their Wembley and Kingsway studios. The camera generally used Kodak Ektar lenses. This camera is non functioning but implants possible. We believe that this is the only example of this camera type in Europe.

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Click to see large picture AMPEX CVR 200P
Period:   from the full 1980's to the full 1990's
Type:   Broadcast TV cameras
Quantity:   1 specimens available

Ampex CVR 200P integrated ENG 'Betacam SP'. A lightweight 3-CCD video camera capable of 550 lines of resolution. This model is the same as the Sony BVW 200. 1990/2000s vintage. Larger image shows several similar cameras Portabrace 'dressed' for ENG work

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Click to see large picture Ikegami 79D
Period:   from the full 1980's to the beginning of 1990's
Type:   Broadcast TV cameras
Quantity:   6 specimens available

The IKEGAMI 79D three-tube 18mm colour camera was used worldwide throughout the 1980s, especially for 'ENG' news gathering, Lightweight and rugged, we have several still in operating condition

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Click to see large picture RCA TK10A
Period:   from the end of 1940's to the beginning of 1960's
Type:   Broadcast TV cameras
Quantity:   1 specimens available

Introduced in September 1947 the RCA TK 10A was the studio version of the RCA TK 30A 'field' camera. The TK 10A used a 3"inch image orthicon monochome tube and had a turret of four, usually Kodak Ektar lenses. The larger image shows the TK10A with an 'implant' viewfinder on set. This camera is the only example of it's type in the UK

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Click to see large picture Ikegami HK323P
Period:   from the full 1980's to the full 1990's
Type:   Broadcast TV cameras
Quantity:   2 specimens available

Good quality studio portable version of the HK 323, the 323 Portable is capable of full auto line up with a dedicated zoom and in-built diascope. The camera uses three 18mm Diode Gun Plumbicon colour tubes. Triax back adapter. Optional side mounted 5" viewfinder with dedicated bracket (illustrated). Full zoom and focus control available with selected Canon lens. This camera is in operational condition.

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