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Norelco (Philips Broadcast Equipment Corp.)
Developed and marketed a series of cameras which were very similar to the Philips European range.

One of the visible differences was the type of camera cable used.
The PC-xxx numbers were used until 1976 when they changed to LDKxxx numbers.

 

 


PC-60    (Philips EL8521)
1964   (week 34, from early camera)
1965   (advert RTS vol.11no.1)
3 x 30mm. Plumbicons
Studio color camera
Part of the Philips LDK3 family

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Norelco PC70

PC-70
1966 (NAB prototype displayed)
3 x 30mm. Plumbicons
Studio color camera
Part of the Philips LDK3 family


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Norelco PC72

PC-72 (Philips LDK3)
1972 advert??
3 x 30mm. Plumbicons
Studio color camera
Part of the Philips LDK3 family


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PC-80 (Philips LDK3S)

PC-80 (Philips LDK3S)
c. 1968
3 x Philips XQ1020 Plumbicon tubes
Studio color camera
Part of the Philips LDK3 family


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Norelco Philips PC-100

PC-100 1969  (ref. 1)
PC-100A 1972 (advert)
3 x 25mm. Plumbicons
Studio color camera
Part of the Philips LDK5 family


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Norelco PCB-701

PCB-701 see also LDK33
1968
3 x 30mm. Plumbicons
Rostrum or fixed color camera
Part of the Philips LDK3 family



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Philips Norelco PCF-701  Television Camera

PCF-701 see also LDK33
1968
3 x 30mm. Plumbicons
Film color camera (TK in UK)
Part of the Philips LDK3 family


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Norelco PCP70 Television Camera

PCP-70
1967  (ref. 2)
3 x 30mm. Plumbicons
Portable color cam. with backpack



PCP-72

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PCP-90 CBS "MiniCam"

PCP-90 CBS "MiniCam"
1968
3 x 25mm. Plumbicons
Portable color camera with radio backpack.



Norelco VF-150 Television Camera

VF-150
~~1972?
25mm. Vidicon
Studio monochrome



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Norelco LDH-1 & LDH-1T

LDH-1 & LDH-1T
1972/3
3 x 25mm. Plumbicons
Studio color camera
Based on the Philips LDK2



LDH-20/50 (NTSC)
possibly 1974
3 x 25mm. Plumbicons
Studio color camera
Based on the Philips LDK2



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Philips- Norelco LDH-50 camera

LDH-50
1968
25mm. Vidicon XQ-1032
Monochrome
General purpose & CCTV




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Norelco LDH0051

LDH-0051

Vidicon + Image Intensifier
Monochrome Low Light
General purpose & CCTV



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Norelco:- From the early 1940s, Philco was legally able to prevent Philips from using the name "Philips" on any products marketed in the USA, because the two names were judged to sound similar. As a result, Philips instead used the name Norelco, an acronym for "North American Philips [electrical] Company."

For more information see the Wiki entry for Norelco

Ref. 1 Philips PC-100, paper presented at the NAB Convention Washington March 26 1969.

Ref. 2 "Broadcasting" October 1967 page 47

 

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