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Originally posted by Vigge:
[qb] It is something I can do this with
Demo 2Mb [/qb][/b]
Vigge - tell me more - this looks interesting
[/qb][/b][/quote]A track clip filmed with that camera is comming as soon as I have the time to edit it first.
Basically that is a security camera which is waterproof as stock. You can even sink it into a bucket, so it is perfect when raining outside.
The camera it self does not have a recorder so I need to ran the wire to the cabin where I have a dv-cam. By doing so I get the film stairt to dv tape and can then suck it into my pc with firewire. Some specks



TS-506PSC

Specifications
Scanning system EIA CCIR
Image sensor (device)Image size Sony Interline transfer Hyper HAD CCD
Image size 1/3" (approx. 4.8mm x 3.6mm)
Picture element all NTSC: 537(H) x 505(V) PAL: 537(H) x 597(V)
Picture element effective NTSC: 510(H) x 492(V) PAL: 500(H) x 582(V)
Obtical black elements Horizontal: 3:in front, 40: in back Vertical: 12:in front, 2:in back
Chip size 6.0mm (H) x 4.96mm (V)
Synchronizing system Internal sync.
Interlace 2:1 interface
Horizontal Resolution 420 TV Lines
Aperture correction H aperture V aperture
Video output level 1.0Vp-p 75 ohms composite
Video S/N ratio More than 50dB (AGC off)
Minimum illumination (AGC ON) Scene: 0.01 Lux
White balance ATW large range:2000°K to 11000°K
Electronic iris Setting ON
Auto Exposure(AE) system Auto electronic iris: 1/50 (1/60)~1/100,000sec
Back light compensation Active Histogram plus windows weight BLC
Gamma 1
Built-in lens Board Lens 3.6mm F2.0
Operating temperature -15°C to +55°C
Storage temperature -20°C to +70°C
Power requirement DC power supplied from coaxialcable power supply unit
Power consumption 2.1W
Dimensions (approx) 28mm (DIA) x 105mm (L)
Weight (approx) 2.2 kg
Power Supply DC power supplied from coaxialcable power supply unit
Accessones & Weight RG-58U x 1M, Mounting Bracket, Coaxialcable Power Supply


Coaxialcable Power Supply Specifications
To Camera VS 1.0 Vp-p/75
To Monitor VS 1.0 Vp-p/75
Camera Power Supply System DC constant current over coaxialcable
Maximun Cable Lenght
RG-58U
RG-59U
RG-61U
200m
350m
500m
Operating temperature -15°C to +55°C
Humidity Less than 90%
Power Consumption (approx) 4.5 W
Power Requirements 110V AC/60, 50Hz, 230VAC/50,60Hz
Dimensions 6mm (W) x 44mm (H) x 96mm (D)
Weight(approx.) 600g

You will need an inverter to power the camera.
Cost for camera about 200E and inverter for 50E or so.
 

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Vigge - I am interested in what you have done here.

Leon and I were talking about a similar thing, a frew weeks ago, for trackdays.

Q. Did you use an external microphone - or just what was on the video camera?
Q. What lens does your camera have?
Q. Is the cable two metres long, or more?

TIA
 

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Originally posted by /john:
[qb]Vigge - I am interested in what you have done here.


Q. Did you use an external microphone - or just what was on the video camera?
Q. What lens does your camera have?
Q. Is the cable two metres long, or more?

TIA  
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1.External mic would be better for the job, but you need a microphone/line converter for that which I dont have yet. You need this because the voice must be recorded through RCA line in. A minidisc of similar will also do the job.
I usually have to cameras I my car, so I just take the soundtrack from the other video.

2. If I remeber correctly the lens is 3.6mm F2.0.
When I bought the camera there where only to lenses available I got the wider on of them.

3.cable is 30m long

On other thing these types of cameras are also available in 12v DC version, so get that and you can forget the whole inverter part and save money.

Here is a track video from my friends car filmed with the same camera. It's dry out so the picture is little better.
33Mb track video

For safety I use a plastic piece in front of the lens to proctect it. You dont need to have is but spare parts cost money if you crack the lens. Also waterpoof is gone if lens is not changed properly.
 

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Many thanks, Vigge


I'm hoping to set up something similar for SSc TD04 in less than two weeks time

I too should have two cameras in the car
 

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great video, Vigge


hehehe, don't you just love how the cell always rings at the most inopportune times... like right at the beginning of the track

excellent clarity and great sound, thank you so much for sharing
 
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