[SBE] vintage video collection for sale
dstreett at gmail.com
Sun Aug 23 13:43:05 EDT 2009
Interesting stuff. I looked until all the pictures crashed my old computer!
I don't know if you knew Sean laid me off at TBC Integration last November,
now I'm at Harris (Leitch) server division in Northridge CA. I saw your
name and just wanted to say hi!
dstreett at harris.com
On Fri, Aug 21, 2009 at 11:00 AM, Stu Casteel <stu at pacific.net> wrote:
> Passing this along
> - here is one for all you who know what B+ is
> more info and lots of pictures at
> A wide variety of vacuum tubes, specializing in imaging tubes, photo
> tubes, (single stage photo cells and medium to large photomultipliers),
> nixie tubes, cathode ray tubes from less than one inch to larger than
> five inches, some transmitter and specialized tubes.
> A large number of video cameras, camera control units and supporting
> equipment ranging from antique to the 1980s. Brands include: Sony, JVC,
> Panasonic, Sharp, RCA, Visual Electronics, a group of Ikegami 730s and
> 735s, and many others. Lots of complete cameras plus camera heads and
> spare parts units. The savvy collector will note the many camera
> interconnect cables that are normally missing from camera kits.
> Video processing and distribution equipment, including a working Grass
> Valley Group 110 switcher!
> A serious assortment of light bulbs ranging from subminiature to large
> specialized bulbs. Some xenon flash tubes as well.
> Vintage televisions like a Philco Safari with an extra chassis and an
> Emerson Model 609 console.
> A complete and operational Ampex VPR-2 one inch broadcast video recorder
> in a convenient roll around rack.
> A never-used RCA TK-29B telecine television camera and system, including
> a TK-7B slide carousel, a TP-66 16mm projector and a TP-55 optical
> multiplexer with accessories and technical drawings.
> 16mm films and TV shows, cartoons, Bob Newhart show, WWII military films,
> and topics like “The Cathode Ray Oscilloscope.” Please contact Judy
> Einstein with any questions or comments at avintagecollection at att.net
> or 408-206-8397. You are encouraged to refer this information to other
> collectors and interested parties!
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