a type of imaging detector used in television cameras
a vacuum tube resembling a small CRT
An imaging device consisting of a vacuum tube, in which an electron beam is swept across a phosphor coating on the glass where the image is focused, and its electrical potential varies in proportion to the level of light it encounters. This varying potential becomes the basis of the video signal produced.
A one-popular type of camera tube known for its reliability and long life.
Video device based on photoconduction in a vacuum tube; used as a general term for vacuum tube imaging technology.
A common type of camera pickup tube. It translates the effect of light striking its photo-sensitive surface into electrical impulses.
Tube used in low cost cameras for indoor use.