I need to capture still images from an old Ikegami CCD camera. (very specific setup that doesn’t allow a new digital camera…)
link to camera
According to the specifications, it has a composite output so I should be able to use an analog capturing device (e.g. TV-card) to “screencap” the images.
What would be the most efficient hardware for doing this (quality/cost-wise)? Given the “resolution” of the cam is Horizontal: 330 TV lines, Vertical: 350 TV lines with a Picture Element of 510(H) x 490(V) pixels.
Is “Composite output: VBS 1.0V p-p, 75 ohms, one output channel” a restriction for which hardware I should choose, or is it just the standard for composite signals?
I would use my own hardware (matrox rtx100), but unfortunately I’m not allowed to (company policies about bringing hardware in or out the company…)
So that’s why I’m asking here, to know what I should order