Please note, though, that there are appr 3 dead pixels on the CCD. The camera and power supply came out of a photo lab where it was used to digitise slide images. The current Tamron 28-80mm 1:3.5-5.6 lens is setup is for focal lengths out to a meter. The system includes the power cable from the CMA-D2 to the camera. I have included the CMA-D2 camera adapter but I do not have the connecting cable for this.
"The DXC-950 incorporates newly developed 1/2-inch IT (Interline Transfer) Power HAD CCDs with 380,000 effective picture elements. Inheriting the unique Hyper HAD sensing technology, the DXC-950 attains a high sensitivity of F9.5 at 2000 lx while the improved HAD sensor™ structure drastically reduces smear level by 20 dB. This permits pictures of the highest quality to be captured in difficult lighting conditions. With the high packing density of these CCD image sensors and their accurate Spacial Offsetting, a remarkably high horizontal resolution of 750TV lines is achieved. The combination of Power HAD technology, improved electronic circuitry and advanced video processing results in an excellent signal-to noise ratio of 60 dB."
- Condition: Used
- Type: CCD Camera
- Make: Sony
- Model: DXC-950
- Serial: 106233
- Adapter: Century Optics LA-NS50
- Lens: Tamron 177D 28-80mm F3.5 inf-0.7m 58mm
- Input: 12VDC
- Accessories: Sony CMA-D2 Camera Adapter (no cable)
- Weight: 0.7kg
The unit is sold AS IS and without Warranty.