BBC Cameras to be supplied by Link Electronics

June 1985
BKSTS Journal;Jun1985, Vol. 67 Issue 6, p387
Trade Publication
The article reports on the contract that was awarded to Link Electronics Ltd. by the British Broadcasting Corp. (BBC) to supply 25 cameras for the next generation of BBC Type 6 outside broadcast vehicles in Great Britain. The contract, worth over 1.5 million pounds, includes the supply of 19 Link 130 automatic cameras. Furthermore, the contract is the largest broadcast camera contract won by Link Electronics.


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