Equipment for the transfer, routing, and storage of analog and digital video imaging, including recorders, monitors, and servers.
Autofocus systems obtain focus through feedback from range finding or other sensing methods. They include dynamic focusing autofocus systems, which continuously maintain focus or are used for tracking a moving target.
Broadcasting, studio and theatrical supplies are used in the planning and production of television shows, radio programs, movies, films, plays, concerts, and other audio or video recordings.
Digital video recorders record and store video camera output in digital form on disk.
Photographic films are plastic sheets used to capture images by exposing the layers of plastic to light for specific periods of time, depending on the quality. They consist of sheets of plastic coated with an emulsion that forms a latent image when exposed to light.
Touch screen controllers are circuits that interface between a touch screen sensor and the device the sensor is used to control.
Video cables are used for the transmission of video signals, including monochrome, composite and component color video signals.
Video monitors display video images from cameras and recorders, often using cathode ray tube (CRT) technology.
Video Extenders extend a video signal via wireless, wired or over a network. The video signal can be any number of formats such as vga, dvi or hdmi.
Video processor boards are used to process video, medical imaging, automated optical inspection, and other related activities. They can be fitted with between one and a thousand digital signal processing (DSP) units in order to increase the computing power of the board.
Video servers enable distribution of video signals over networks including local area networks (LANs) and the Internet.
Equipment for the transfer, routing, and storage of analog and digital video including closed circuit television systems, scan and video converters, and video switchers.