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SDohan
CCU to Component???
on Apr 1, 2007 at 1:32:41 pm

Hi

I wonder, would it be possible to make a cable going CCU to Component video, without going through a CCU unit. Many Studio cameras only have the choice between CCU or single BNC output... it would be nice if there was a way to get component directly from the camera.

Greetings Johan



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Frank Otto
Re: CCU to Component???
on Apr 3, 2007 at 9:45:05 pm

In the case of a Triax connector, unless the camera head itself offers a component out, then you'll have to use a CCU. I've heard of attempts to modify Multicore output cameras - Sony's with the CA3 adaptor on back, using a 26 pin ccz cable, but I've not tried it. Here's a breakout list:

SONY 26 Pin CCZ for CA-3 output to CCU:

PIN A: +12vdc in
PIN B: GND
PIN 01: Video Out
PIN 02: GND
PIN 03: GND
PIN 04: Y OUT
PIN 05: R-Y OUT
PIN 06: GND
PIN 07: B-Y OUT
PIN 08: GND
PIN 09: MIC OUT (X)
PIN 10: MIC OUT (Y)
PIN11: GND
PIN12: VTR START OUT
PIN13: VTR BATT ALARM IN
PIN14: Not In Use
PIN15: TALLY/REC IN
PIN16: Not In Use
PIN17: SHIELD
PIN18: RETURN VIDEO IN
PIN19: GND
PIN20: POWER SAVE OUT/AUDIO MONITOR IN
PIN21: Not In Use
PIN22: COLOR FRAME OUT
PIN23: Not In Use
PIN24: Not In Use

Note: Modifying and using a cable in this manner may dammage your camera. As always, if you are attempting this type of work, use a qulified technician to attempt this or any modification to cameras and their systems.


Cheers,

Frank Otto

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