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Old 02-27-2018, 07:37 PM
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What color cameras did they used in Japan in 1960-1966?

Color televison was introduced in Japan in 1960. I'm curios, what videocamera did they used. "R.C.A." TK-41 or they made theyr own cameras?
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Old 02-27-2018, 09:21 PM
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The NHK museum in Tokyo has some early cameras including a TK-41 clone. I don't know if this was a single experiment or if many were made for the studios.

http://www.bretl.com/NHK%20Museum%20...ages/NHK08.htm
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Victor in Japan was RCA Victor's licensee, so JVC/Victor likely had an RCA TK 41 version or could have.
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Merchantilist Japan's overriding rule for selection of a camera is never pay for an import:
They would rather fall on a sword than buy anything from America.
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A link to the NHK museum in Japan. RCA TK-41 used by NHK TV for their early color broadcasts:https://www.tripadvisor.com/Location...ure_Kanto.html
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Merchantilist Japan's overriding rule for selection of a camera is never pay for an import:
They would rather fall on a sword than buy anything from America.
Not so (at least in the beginings). "Hitachi" CT-150 color tv sets had "R.C.A." 22CYP22A picture tubes.
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Merchantilist Japan's overriding rule for selection of a camera is never pay for an import:
They would rather fall on a sword than buy anything from America.
I've seen early Japanese transistor radios with American transistors in them, I also have an APF desktop calculator from the 1970s that has an American Texas Instruments CPU IC in it.
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Not so (at least in the beginings). "Hitachi" CT-150 color tv sets had "R.C.A." 22CYP22A picture tubes.
The "Hitachi" CT-150 color tv:

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