camera cable

camera cable

[′kam·rə ‚kā·bəl]
(electricity)
Cable or group of wires that carries the picture from the television camera to the control room.
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The "rope" was actually a camera cable tucked in the back of Karl's belt.
The radio report said the first try at the coin toss resulted in a tie after the coin landed on its side, resting upright on its edge after hitting a camera cable.
com)-- Revo America released the Revo Ultra, answering the call for longer maximum IP Camera cable lengths, and super-HD camera resolutions.
The cable control device is simply a means of attaching a common camera cable shutter release to the trigger guard, enabling it to work the trigger.
Motahari said: "The fresh layer of plaster on the camera cable was still wet, which shows the intruders had entered the premises the night before.
The Fish TV system includes a submersible camera shaped like a fish ("to minimize spooking"), a 5-inch black and white monitor with sunshield, built-in adjustable infrared lighting to improve low-light viewing, and 50 feet of camera cable.
The camera itself is very lightweight, weighing less than an ounce without the camera cable, and is small enough to be virtually unnoticeable, so surgeon comfort is uncompromised.
In the current version, the Ethernet cable has female leads on both ends, the power cable has male leads and the camera cable has a re-keyed female connector.
Models HT40 and HT400 feature a maximum cable length of 200 meters (660 feet) with an optional Gore special camera cable.
Both the camera cable and light guide exit from the rear of the camera head, steering clear of the doctor's hands and the operative field.
The StarFighter VCAM comes with a six-foot camera cable and includes a detachable tilt/swivel base for maximum flexibility and range.