A Low Cost Color Camera for Cablecasting (1969)

By Frederick Haines and Gerald Hobbs

A significant reduction in the cost of an item, whether it's a color camera or an automobile, implies compromise. I will be frank with you and admit at the start that the design to be described in this paper involves compromise; however, I think you will see as the paper progresses that the compromises we have made have a minimal effect on picture quality, and in fact, result in a design which offers significant advantages in reliability, maintainability, and portability over its big brothers.

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