The Canon IK-4K is the world’s smallest Ultra HD 3-CMOS, 4K video remote head camera system providing 8MP 1600 TVL resolution and 3840 x 2160 output.  This feature rich compact camera provides amazingly sharp detail and exceptional colour performance; it enhances many video applications from life sciences, professional film / broadcast, scientific imaging, through to defence.  The IK-4K is ideal when 4K images are desired and space is limited providing absolutely the best quality images possible.

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Because of the specialist nature of this camera please contact us for current pricing and for a quotation.

The Canon IK-HD5 camera has super compact remote head outputting FULL NATIVE HD video utilising Canon’s 1/2.9″ 3-chip prism technology.  It is a perfect device for imaging colour critical applications such as those in the medical and broadcast / film industries.  The Canon IK-HD5H 3-CMOS remote camera head measures just 32 x 38 x 41mm and weighs only 70 grammes making it ideal for capturing HD images where space is limited.  It provides a 1920 x 1080 output creating extraordinary detail with up to 1000 TV lines resolution.  The camera head has a C-mount, connecting directly to a device or special 3-chip lenses (contact SeeSense for details).  These cameras “work straight from the box” and are feature rich and with a comprehensive menu.

The tiny IK-HD5H remote head camera connects to the Canon IK-HD5E compact Camera Control Unit through a choice of a 3m, 6m, 10m or 15m long flexible camera – CCU cables.  The IK-HD5E control unit outputs 1080i or 1080p Full native High Definition 1000 TV line images.  At the rear are connections for 3G-SDI or HD-SDI plus DVI-D at Full HD 1920 x 1080 Resolution; as well as full menu control, the front panel comprises the camera cable connector and menu buttons including a Freeze function.

The Canon IK-HD5 system is purpose designed for use in Life Sciences including Endoscopy and Microscopy as well as other uses including Film & Broadcast, Scientific Imaging through to Industrial & Defence applications.