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VIDEO SYSTEMS

VHS ( video home system)

Sinds 1976 (JVC)

VHS was the carrier that was the most widely distributed. At the start of the video age there was still competition from other carriers. Ultimately, video films were only offered on this system.

Video8 -Hi8 - Digital8

Sinds 1985 (Sony)

Video8 is an analog video system. Standardized by a large number of manufacturers, including. Thanks to the small size of the video tapes and the relatively low price, this system became a huge success.

U-Matic (prof system)

Sinds 1976 (JVC)

VHS was the carrier that was the most widely distributed. At the start of the video age there was still competition from other carriers. Ultimately, video films were only offered on this system.

VHS - C(ompact)

Sinds 1980 (JVC)

VHS-C is a compact version of the VHS video system. The tape and the recording system are the same as VHS, but the cassette housing is smaller. Because of this the tires have a playing time of usually 30 minutes.

Betamax

Sinds 1976 (SONY)

Betamax competed with VHS and VCC for the video recorder standard in the 1980s. This battle was ultimately won by the VHS system. Betamax was of better quality due to the higher resolution (250 image lines versus 240 lines)

DV systeem (prof system)

Sinds 1976 (JVC)

VHS was the carrier that was the most widely distributed. At the start of the video age there was still competition from other carriers. Ultimately, video films were only offered on this system.

Vcc - Video2000

Sinds 1979 (Philips)

VCC was Philips' answer to the VHS - Betamax battle. According to many, this was the most beautiful system due to the long playing time. Vcc was unable to catch up with VHS and stopped production in 1988

Mini DV (Digital Video)

Sinds 1996

Mini-Dv is a consumer derivative of the DV (digital video) system used by the industry. Later this was improved by HDV:

High Definition Video (1080i) the interlaced version of Full HD

Betacam (prof system)

Sinds 1976 (JVC)

VHS was the carrier that was the most widely distributed. At the start of the video age there was still competition from other carriers. Ultimately, video films were only offered on this system.