Users can swap out lenses via the CS mount (an optional adapter is available for C mount lenses)
The Falcon Eye KC-2000 handheld camcorder from Tokyo's Komamura Corporation
There's no display panel, framing up is undertaken via the electronic viewfinder
The KC-2000 promises simple two-button operation, with many settings handled automatically by the camera
The Falcon Eye KC-2000 uses a combination of a new 2/3-in type CMOS sensor and advanced image processing with powerful noise elimination technology to record 720p color video in almost complete darkness
The same scene recorded using a consumer HandyCam (top), a professional night vision camera (bottom left), and the KC-2000 (bottom right)
When the sun goes down on your high tech surveillance operation, outside location broadcast or wildlife documentary shoot, there's a good chance that your world will fade to shades of green and black. Tokyo's Komamura Corporation is readying a new handheld camcorder called the Falcon Eye KC-2000 for release, which brings a splash of color to scenes too dark to be visible to the human eye.
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