Bigg Boss house

Bigg Boss which has been hosted by Kamal Haasan is probably the only reality show that uses thirty cameras around the Bigg Boss house. No other reality shows has gone so intense to make the show ‘real’. But there are several debates going on whether the show is real or scripted. Lets’ leave that alone at least for now.

As I said, about 30 cameras have been installed in and around the Bigg Boss house. There are two types of cameras installed in the house – Robotic Studio cameras and Pan Tilt cameras and they are Sony BRC-H800 (Pan Tilt camera) and Sony BRC-H900 (Robotic Studio camera). Check out the features of the cameras.

Sony BRC-H900

The BRC-H900 remote studio camera delivers uncompromised broadcast quality colour pictures in Full HD, thanks to three 1/2-inch type Exmor CMOS sensors. The sensitive 1/2-inch type Exmor CMOS image sensor captures detail-packed Full HD footage with low noise and a wide dynamic range. The high quality lens with 14x optical zoom range covers wide angle shots as well as tight close-ups, making the BRC-H900 ideal for use in a wide range of applications, from broadcast studios to conference halls, boardrooms and outdoor events.

Sony BRC-H900
Sony BRC-H900

Pan/tilt/zoom and other camera settings can be controlled using the remote controller. The camera can be tilted 190 degrees and is capable of capturing 720p and 1080p videos even at low night and of course, night vision is also available. The cost of the camera is around 9 lakhs in Indian currency.

Sony BRC-H800

The BRC-H800 remote camera combines uncompromising broadcast picture quality and smooth, silent PTZ operation with the flexibility of 3G-SDI and HDMI connections. The 1-inch type Exmor R CMOS image sensor captures crisp, low-noise Full HD images at 60p, with excellent low-light sensitivity. The large image sensor also allows the creation of beautiful ‘bokeh’ effects with a shallow depth of field to suit any artistic intention.

Sony BRC-H800
Sony BRC-H800

The camera sports 20 megapixels image sensor with 1.0-type back-illuminated Exmor R CMOS sensor and 12x optical zoom. Pan/tilt/zoom and other camera settings can be controlled using the remote controller. The camera can be tilted 190 degrees and is capable of capturing 720p and 1080p videos even at low night and of course, night vision is also available. The cost of the camera is around 8.5 lakhs in Indian currency.

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