Sony HVO-3300MT Full HD 2D/3D medical recorder
Sony HVO-3300MT Full HD 2D/3D medical recorder. Record and manage high-quality video footage in Full HD resolution from 3D or 2D image sources
Successor to the popular Sony HVO-1000MD and Sony HVO-3000MT recorders, the Sony HVO-3300MT is capable of recording 3D or 2D images with Full HD resolution from a connected modality onto its high-capacity internal hard drive.
Enhanced functions compared with its predecessors include a large LCD colour display for reviewing images and adjusting system settings, increased internal HDD capacity, two-channel recording; and simultaneous low-resolution proxy recording via connection to the Sony CMS (Content Management System).
Compliant with latest medical safety standards, the recorder features a compact design that's both smaller and lighter than the previous-generation Sony HVO-1000MD and Sony HVO-3000MT, allowing easy integration in a medical cart.
This equipment is intended for use by qualified medical professionals.
3D/2D Full HD Recording
The HVO-3300MT supports both 3D and 2D Full HD recording. It accepts various 3D formats (side by side, line by line and dual stream). Input signal format is selectable via menu. 3D data are recorded as either side-by-side or top-and-bottom format.
Wide range of video interfaces
A wide variety of input/output signal formats are supported, including 3G-SDI, HD-SDI, DVI-D (both for 3D and 2D); together with SD-SDI, composite and S-Video only for 2D. RGB input only is available for the sub-picture in PinP mode.
Simultaneous recording onto two external media
While video images are recorded onto the internal HDD, they can also be stored simultaneously on up to two external media devices (e.g. Blu-ray/DVD disc, removable USB HDD, USB flash memory and/or a server connected to hospital networks).
Large HDD supports long recording times
The recorder's high capacity 2TB hard drive allows a maximum recording time of around 168 hours (single channel, in Best picture quality setting).
Network data transmission via CIFS
Recorded video footage and still images can be transferred to a connected server - such as the Sony Content Management System (CMS) - via CIFS over hospital networks, allowing users to access recordings quickly after a recording is completed. This eliminates the additional step of users having to transfer recordings onto their PC using an external media source.
Live stream images captured by endoscopes, cameras and other devices in real time to consulting rooms, offices and other locations outside the OR. (Requires Sony CMS version 2.2 and HVO-3300 firmware version 1.1 or later).
Ideal Sony HVO-1000MD and Sony HVO-3000MT Replacement
While offering enhanced functionality, the HVO-3300MT has command compatibility with previous-generation HVO-1000MD and HVO-3000MT recorders. Operators who have used these existing recorders will appreciate the operational familiarity of the HVO-3300MT.
exFAT and NTFS support
The HVO-3300MT supports exFAT and NTFS as well as FAT32 file formats. Recordings can be stored directly on an external USB mass storage device, with no need for pre-formatting before use.
External touch panel capability
Convenient operation of HVO-3300MT functions - such as REC/STOP for each channel independently and input of patient data - can also be accomplished via an optional touch panel controller (available separately*).
Space-Saving, Lightweight Compact Design
This recorder is approximately 81 mm slimmer and 1.9 kg lighter than predecessor HVO-1000MD/HVO-3000MT models.
Simultaneous proxy recording
Original high quality video data and smaller proxy files can be recorded at the same time. This streamlines integration with Sony's CMS system - such as using high quality image files for clinical presentations, while lower resolution proxies can be shared on tablet devices or archived for future legal/compliance purposes.
Bookmark index linkage to CMS
Bookmark index markers are automatically recorded onto the video stream when user actions occur, such as taking still pictures or temporarily pausing recording. These bookmarks can be fed directly into the connected CMS (CMDS-MS10MD or CMDS-MS20MD), allowing users to easily locate viewing/editing points on the CMS timeline. (NB: requires CMS Ver 2.1 or later).