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Apollo Command Module TV Camera 1976347-501

Apollo Command Module TV Camera 1976347-501; RCA RCA Victor Co. (ID = 2535310) TV-studio Apollo Command Module TV Camera 1976347-501; RCA RCA Victor Co. (ID = 2535311) TV-studio
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Apollo Command Module TV Camera 1976347-501; RCA RCA Victor Co. (ID = 2535310) TV-studio
RCA RCA Victor Co.: Apollo Command Module TV Camera 1976347-501 [TV-studio] ID = 2535310 1400x1065
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For model Apollo Command Module TV Camera 1976347-501, RCA (RCA Victor Co. Inc.); New York (NY):
Exhibit at the Kennedy Space Center - Cape Canaveral, Florida, USA
Author: Daderot (Imge is in public domain)
 
Country:  United States of America (USA)
Manufacturer / Brand:  RCA (RCA Victor Co. Inc.); New York (NY)
alternative name
 
RCA Manufacturing || Victor Talking Machine
Year: 1968 Category: Television-Camera (Broadcast, professional) and studio engineering
Semiconductors (the count is only for transistors) Semiconductors present.
Wave bands - without
Details
Power type and voltage Powered by external power supply or a main unit. / DC 28 Volt
Loudspeaker - - No sound reproduction output.
Power out
from Radiomuseum.org Model: Apollo Command Module TV Camera 1976347-501 - RCA RCA Victor Co. Inc.; New
Material Metal case
Shape Miscellaneous shapes - described under notes.
Dimensions (WHD) 210 x 95 x 76 mm / 8.3 x 3.7 x 3 inch
Notes

Wikipedia:
Specifications
The camera used interchangeable lenses, including a wide-angle lens with a 160 degree field-of-view, and a 100 mm telephoto lens.

Sensor:  Vidicon tube
Sensor size:  one-inch tube
Field Scan type:  progressive scan
Frame rate:  10 fps
Frame size:  320 scan lines
Resolution:  200 lines
Color encoder:  monochrome
Aspect ratio:  4:3
Bandwidth:  500 kHz
Power Consumption:  6.5 watts @ 28 volts DC
Lens mount type:  Bayonet

Operational history
Apollo 7 and Apollo 8 used an RCA slow-scan, black-and-white camera. On Apollo 7, the camera could be fitted with either a wide angle 160 degree lens, or a telephoto lens with a 9 degree angle of view. The camera did not have a viewfinder or a monitor, so astronauts needed help from Mission Control when aiming the camera in telephoto mode.

Net weight (2.2 lb = 1 kg) 2.041 kg / 4 lb 7.9 oz (4.496 lb)
Mentioned in Wikipedia

Model page created by Heribert Jung. See "Data change" for further contributors.



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