DN-200 SD Digital Video Recorder

  • Small size, easy to carry, high capacity hard drive recorder
  • Built-in 320GB hard drive
  • Input connections:
    Composite video and stereo audio (PAL or NTSC)
    IEEE1394 digital video signal, supports DV,HDV, DVC Pro 25
    Time code Input
  • Output connections:
    Composite video (SD Only) and stereo audio
    Digital format include both DV & HDV
  • File format supported:
    DV: .avi, .mov, . mxf OP1A
    HDV: .m2t native and through supplied quick software utility also QuickTime HDV
    Time-lapse recording down to single frame
  • Manually triggered single frame recording, useful in stop motion animation
  • Eight seconds pre-record buffer recording, useful in recording unexpected events specially in science research, outdoor recording or security applications
  • Easy to use play last clip
  • RS-232 and GPI Control interface
  • 10 to 18V DC Operation
  • Support NTFS formatting eliminate 2GB file size

The Datavideo DN-200 is a small portable hard drive based video recorder, capable of analogue, DV & HDV recording.

The high capacity built in hard drive, make it ideal for long duration recording, and perfect as a studio and field VCR replacement.
Time code together with RS-232 & GPI control interface enable users to synchronise multiple recorders.

Drag and Drop the video files directly in the time-line of your video editing program. Ideal ideal for applications within broadcast TV, education, science, medical, security, etc.

  • 12V DC 1A PSU
  • 3.5mm Jack to RCA Breakout cable
  • Instruction Manual

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