Simultaneous Recording onto Multiple Media
The HVO-1000MD can record content onto an internal HDD, DVD or Blu-ray media using its internal optical drive and USB connected external device (HDD or Flash Drive). This means there’s no need to waste time copying data after recording onto the internal HDD. In addition, the risk of data loss is virtually eliminated.
Network-based content sharing
Recorded data can be transferred from the operating theatre to computer via FTP or CIFS over the hospital network. This enables effective, network-based sharing of recorded material, for example, to a doctor’s room located anywhere in the network.
Real-time Distribution with a Streaming Function
In combination with Sony’s NSR Series* network security recorders, the HVO-1000MD can provide real-time streaming of live events captured by endoscopes or cameras, enabling doctors, nurses, and other medical staff outside the operating theater to follow events and be prepared for any required action.
*This function is available from ver.1.3. For detailed information, please
contact your nearest Sony office.
High Quality HD (and SD) recording
Benefit from high quality recording from High Definition or Standard Definition sources. Multiple bit rates are available to suit a variety of quality, storage and delivery requirements. MPEG-4/H.264 AVC compression used throughout, for extremely detailed images and compatibility with editing systems and playback devices. Users can select bit ranges of 18, 8, or 4 Mb/s*, depending on their requirements for picture quality and recording length.
*By VBR recording to internal HDD in full HD signal.
Still image and video capture
The HVO-1000MD can record still and moving images with exceptional quality.
Long Recording Time
The 320GB internal hard drive offers a long recording time of up to approximately 24 hours of high-quality moving images. A single Blu-ray disc can record images in High Definition for up to approximately five hours.
Broad Support for Consumer Media
The HVO-1000MD is compatible with multiple consumer media, which is easily and cheaply available, including Blu-ray disc (BD-data format), DVD disc (DVD data format), external HDD (USB), and USB flash memory.
Compact form factor
In order to fit neatly into an endoscope cart, the HVO-1000MD has a compact design, and measures just 305 mm wide by 110 mm high.
Simple to use
An extremely simple and accessible user interface makes it easy to operate - even for users without technical expertise.
Wide Range of Interfaces
The HVO-1000MD can accept a wide variety of input signals including HD-SDI, DVI-D, SD-SDI, composite, and S-Video. 1080/60p signal can be acceptable to the HVO-1000MD by conversion to 1080/60i or 1280/720p.
Pre-installed Sony USB Printer Driver
The HVO-1000MD can be directly connected to one of Sony’s medical USB printers (UP-DR80MD, UP-D25MD) so image data is easily printed for further examination and for medical reports.