DataVideo HDR60 HD/SD-SDI recorder w/ one 320 GB HDD (removable HDD). Two hard drive enclosures included. It also has an SDI loop out, HDMI and SDI output for playback. It supports embedded audio on SDI input and analog audio in via mini XLR input. It comes with a set of M-F mini XLR to XLR cables and a set of F-F mini XLR to XLR cables.
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The Datavideo HDR-60 is a hard drive based video recorder, with removable hard drive enclosure, designed for studio desktop applications.
The HDR-60 records from both High and Standard Definition video equipment via HD/SD-SDI. The HDR-60 comes with a removable hard drive enclosure. Additional enclosures are also available and the HDR-60 is compatible with SSD drives.
Once you have completed your recording, simply eject the hard drive enclosure and use USB 2.0 to connect to a PC or MAC based NLE system. The USB port provides power to the unit. It’s perfect for use with laptops in the field. You can work directly from the removable drive, or copy video files to your NLE’s video drives.
In the Box:
- 1x HDR-60 product
- 1x AD Switch DC 12V
- 1x USB Cable (Y type)
- 2x Mini XLR F to M XLR cable
- 2x Mini XLR F to F XLR cable
- 2x 2.5" Removable HDD Enclosure
- 10x M3 X 4 m/m Screws
- 2x 2.0 X 6 m/m Screws
- 2x HD Label
- 4x Label
- 1x Thank You Card
- Video Resolutions:
720x576i or 720x480i
- Accidental Power-Off Protection - In the case of an accidental power-off, like a blackout, the recorded file will still be saved, minus 2 seconds at the end of the file.
- NTFS - HDR-60 uses the NTFS file system.
- On the Fly - Media files are made on the fly with the HDR-60.
- Time Code - HDR-60 has time code input and output.
- Gen-Lock - HDR-60 features gen-lock input and pass-through.
- Locking Power Connector - Locking connectors keep the power plug securely attached.
- Power-On Features - HDR-60 has Power-On Record and Power-On Play.
- Timelapse Recording - HDR-60 is able to do timelapse recording.
- Ref-In - HDR-60 has Ref-in/loop-through, Black Burst, and Tri-level Signal.