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6. Bach Auricon, Incorporated
Film cameras for television video recording. For video recording,
they require modification of shutter; costing about $150; total
cost about $2, 000.
7. Baughman Company
8. Belden Manufacturing Company
Standard camera and multiconductor cable available in stock.
Coaxial cable in stock.
9. Birns & Sawyer
Underwater quartz lighting systems.
10. Boston Insulated Wire & Cable Company
Radiation tolerant and standard camera cable in stock and special
assemblies manufactured to specifications. Multiconductor cable
in stock.
11. Cohu Electronics (Kin Tel Division)
Standard, high resolution, radiation tolerant camera systems
and accessories.
Radiation Tolerant Series 2500 High quality, lightweight,
radiation tolerant camera system. Capable of 100 feet
separation between camera head and preamp. 600 line
center resolution. Proven to operate without picture de-
gradation in gamma radiation total of 108 and neutron of
1012/cm2. 2000' preamp to control separation available
on order.
Standard Series 2000 ($2, 700 complete) High quality,
lightweight camera system. 700 line center resolution.
Other accessories such as lens, mechanical mounts, amplifiers,
available through, but not necessarily manufactured by Cohu.


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