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Chronology - Telecine and Standards

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1951 Should the BD680 Telecine be included?  
1960 Should the BD884 Telecine be included  
1961 Introduction of the BD922 Telecine equipment, vidicon, with 16mm Bauer projector, Philips 35mm projector, modified MkIV camera. The camera had a CCU and PSU in MIV format and mounted vertically taking the output from the Optical Multiplexor.  
1968 Introduction of the B3402 Telecine to capitalise on the new technology MkVII camera  
1976 Introduction of the B3404 Telecine to capitalise on the new technology MkVIII camera  
1982 Introduction of the B3410 Line Array Telecine. Incorporating a  
Standards conversion  
1964 Introduction of the BD898 Standards Conversion equipment enabled the interchange of programmes between the UK and USA. It comprised, simplistically, a MkIV camera focussing on a monitor.  
1978 Introduction of the Digital Intercontinental Conversion Equipment (DICE). This allowed, for the first time, the interchange of programmes between the UK and USA to a high quality standard. Designed by the IBA, manufactured by Marconi






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