Panasonic Pro-Camera launches the new Full HD GP-KH232E Micro Camera

A compact imaging solution for medical, industrial, science, broadcast and more

Panasonic System Communications Company Europe, Professional Camera Solutions is pleased to announce a new range of micro camera equipment suitable for many applications including medical (hospitals, microscopy, dental practices), industrial (quality control, inspection), live science (research facilities, laboratories) and broadcast (for example in nature documentaries). Panasonic has created a flexible range of micro (also called remote head) cameras including the GP-KH232E, which can be purchased in full or as individual components in OEM state to suit custom needs.


The new GP-KH232E camera, consisting of the Remote Head and the Camera Control Unit, is ultra compact, yet does not compromise on picture quality in terms of resolution, sensitivity and colour reproduction. It has a single chip CMOS approach for high image quality and new Digital Signal Processing resulting in a very small digital HD camera head with standard C-Mount type lens interface. It supports a number of video formats; 1080p, 1080i, 720p, 576p/480p and 576i/480i and it achieves a horizontal resolution of 900 TV Lines, with a required illumination of 2000lx at F5.6. The camera system also features Electronic Shutter, Gain Control, Scene File, White Balance Control, Electronic Zoom, Image Freezing, Flip & Mirror modes and Dynamic range expansion that can be activated to enhance the simultaneous display of light and dark objects.  Supporting a head-CCU cable range from 2m to 15m and having two CCU versions with three simultaneously running  video output terminals among Component/RGB, HDMI, HDSDI and Y/C (depending on the box type) make this camera best for narrow space solutions and  supporting almost all type of video monitors.

To discuss the possible applications of the GP-KH232E in your business please join Panasonic at the International Broadcasting Convention at the R.A.I in Amsterdam on September 7th on stand C45 in hall 9. Alternatively, more information can be found on our Industrial Medical Vision website.