Museum of the Broadcast Television Camera

Notes:-
The EMI 2005 camera was first shown at the International Broadcasting Convention 1970. It uses 3 x 30mm. lead oxide tubes and it has an electrical design closely based on the EMI 2001/C which was an adaptation of the successful EMI 2001 camera. The 2005 incorporates tube bias lighting, with standard or HOP tubes. The components and PCBs are similar in shape and design to the 2001 camera family.

"The camera produces pictures of very good quality and the colorimetry is similar to the EMI 2001, although possibly slightly inferior in the reproduction of facial tones. It is suggested that an improvement in this area could be achieved by optimising the matrix coefficients for a 3 tube camera and possibly by using a red sensitive tube. The camera is capable of very good registration and with the use of the type 2117 auto centring unit should enable constant accurate registration". From a report dated April 1971

IndexEMI 2005
Page 01 EMI 2005 Television camera LH. side view.
Page 02 EMI 2005 Television camera LH. side open view.

Page 03 EMI 2005 Television camera front 3/4 view.
Page 04 EMI 2005 Television camera front 1/4 view.
Page 05 EMI 2005 Television camera left side open view.
Page 06 EMI 2005 Television camera viewfinder and rear controls.
Page 07 EMI 2005 Television camera rear open view.
Page 08 EMI 2005 Television camera lens right hand side.
Page 09 EMI 2005 Television camera lens left hand side.
Page 10 EMI 2005 Television camera lens mounting rear view.
Page 11 Operational control panels (OCP)
Page 12 CCU & PSU pictures to follow
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Page 15 Cable
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Brochure issue 1 Early brochure
Brochure issue 4 Late brochure
Data-sheet Specifications and description


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