Record and manage high-quality video footage in Full HD resolution from 3D or 2D image sources
The HVO-3300MT Video Recorder allows clinicians to capture high quality 3D or 2D images acquired with 3D/2D endoscopic camera systems, surgical microscopes, and other compatible medical imaging systems in Full HD.
Successor to the popular HVO-1000MD and HVO-3000MT recorders, the 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. Video footage can also be stored simultaneously on up to two external media devices, including Blu-ray Disc/DVD, USB memory or a hospital server for easy sharing. In addition, live video captured by the HVO-3300MT can be streamed directly to consulting rooms, offices and other locations outside the OR.
Enhanced functions compared with its predecessors include a large LCD color 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).
3.5-inch front panel color LCD
The recorder's large 3.5-inch color LCD shows input image and status, as well as displaying images during playback and device settings screens. It allows confirmation that intended images are input to the recorder correctly without the need for an external display.
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.
Two channel recording
The HVO-3300MT can simultaneously record two separate channels of input video, such as images from a connected endoscope and an OR room camera.
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
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).
DICOM MWL support
Support for DICOM Modality Work List allows automatic input of patient information from RIS or DICOM servers via the hospital network. Hospital staff aren't required to manually key-in patient information data before surgery, avoiding human error and saving time.