Datavideo has released two small-block cameras, in an HD (1080p) and 4K (3840 x 2160, QFHD) version.
The BC-80 Block Camera is a small HD camera with an infra-red remote control. It can be used for HD high quality shooting within a limited space. It can support resolutions up to 1080p60. The BC-80 provides 30x optical zoom, and the image output interfaces are SDI and HDMI. A tally light indicator is installed above the BC-80 camera lens. The control protocol supports SONY VISCA, so the camera can be controlled via RS-422 or DVIP interface.
The BC-200 Block Camera is a 4K (3840 x 2160, QFHD) 30P camera with an infrared remote control. It can be used for HD high quality filming in an indoor room. The video resolutions offered by the BC-200 are 2160p/29.97 2160p/25.
The BC-200 provides 12x optical focus and two HDMI video output interfaces. A tally light indicator is positioned above the BC-200 camera lens. The control protocol supports SONY VISCA so the camera can be controlled through the RS-422 or DVIP interface.