TITLE

LINK ORDER

PUB. DATE
October 1986
SOURCE
Image Technology;Oct1986, Vol. 68 Issue 10, p476
SOURCE TYPE
Trade Publication
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The article reports on the order of the 130 or 100 camera combination by Australia from Link Electronics (LE) which will be installed at a newly opened studio in Sydney, Australia. The cameras will be used in the satellite programming production of Club Superstation that provides subscription services of television programming of light entertainment and sports for club audiences. The cameras from LE where chosen due to its operational flexibility and for its component and composite output.
ACCESSION #
22384765

 

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