The ICD-33 is a high-performance monochrome camera employing a 1/3" OCML (On Chip Micro Lens)
CCD sensor to deliver high resolution and high sensitivity, with a horizontal resolution of 380 lines and
minimum object illumination of 0. 2 lux (f 1.4).
The ICD-33 incorporates a wide ranging AESC function which produces optimum image reproduction
even without the use of an auto iris lens. In addition the ICD- 33 features a switchable BLC (Back Light
Compensation) as standard to ensure consistently stable image reproduction in situations involving back-
lighting. The auto iris circuitry is selectable between VIDEO and DC iris allowing the use of either Video
or DC drive lens. Furthermore the ICD-33 employs line lock with phase adjustment to facilitate multiple
camera switching through a single video switcher.