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Colour Reel to Reel (open reel) Video

Sony DXC 1200 Shibaden colour reel to reel video

With a domain name of www.rewindmuseum.com reel to reel video is one of our
most important pages. Hope you find it interesting.



A pair of Shibaden SV-620 E Color EIAJ VTR video recorders
1/2 PAL reel video recorders.


Shibaden colour reel to reel video Shibaden colour reel to reel video

The right hand unit has an addition section at the bottom. This is an electronic editor.

Shibaden colour reel to reel video Shibaden colour reel to reel video

Shibaden colour reel to reel video Shibaden colour reel to reel video

Shibaden colour reel to reel video



JVC PORTABLE VIDEO TAPE RECORDER PV-4800E / PV4800E

This was the last reel to reel portable ever made but it is arguably the first COLOUR domestic
portable reel to reel recorder. It is very light and indeed is muck lighter that the cassette
cassette based portables that came later.

JVC colour reel to reel video JVC colour reel to reel video

JVC colour reel to reel video

The 1977 JVC Color Video Camera GC-4800U Power & Color Unit was designed to accompany this
VTR and can be found in more detail on our video cameras page.

JVC colour video camera JVC colour video camera

JVC colour video camera JVC colour video camera



1974 Sony dxc 1200 colour studio camera.

1974 Sony dxc 1200 colour studio camera. This large heavy camera is 700mm long.

Sony DXC 1200



1974 Panasonic NV-3085 portable reel to reel video
and WV-3085 camera. (Colour with optional adapter)


Panasonic NV-3085 Panasonic NV-3085

Panasonic NV-3085 Panasonic NV-3085

Panasonic NV-3085 Panasonic NV-3085

The camera is in it's original packaging. There is also a leather case
(not shown) for the VTR but the condition on the case is poor.
This would have been Panasonics colour capable portable - similar to
the JVC 4800 above - both units produced at about the same time.



Sony AV 5000 reel to reel colour video recorder.

Sony AV 5000 Sony AV 5000

Sony AV 5000 Sony AV 5000

Sony AV 5000

Sony AV-5000A (non-standard) Color EIAJ reel to reel video recorder - mid 1970s

This could be classed as one of Sony's big mistakes!
Sony decided to release this unit using an early version of the EIAJ standard.
They were sure that their version of the standard would become an industry standard.
The final standard was different and owners of the 5000 could only use their tapes on
their own machine or other 5000s.
An AV 5000A was also released with some improvements but this is an original 5000.
It is a rare VTR and we are very pleased to have it in the museum.



Panasonic NV-3160 colour reel to reel

Panasonic NV-3160 Panasonic NV-3160

Panasonic NV-3160 Panasonic NV-3160

Panasonic NV-3160 Color Editing EIAJ reel to reel video recorder.
Estimated date - mid 1970s.



See the black and white reel to reel video page & see,
The first domestic reel to reel video recorder, the Sony CV-2000. This is part of a CV-2010 unit.
Also the fist ever portable reel to reel video recorder, the Sony Rover 2400 with case and camera.
The second portable reel to reel video recorder, the Sony Rover 3400 with leather case camera & power supply.
i.e. 1970 Sony reel to reel Model AV-3420CE with power supply AC 3420CE & camera AVC 3240CE EIAJ B/W
The third portable reel to reel video recorder, the Sony Rover 3600 with leather case camera & power supply.
Arguably the first mass produced domestic reel to reel video recorder, the Philips LD1002
Also the National (Panasonic) NV 3030 E1 reel to reel video recorder.



Popular Science Magazine 1971

Popular Science Video Dec 1971 issue

An interesting new invention??



The museum on tour

Making a donation.

The Rewind Museum is a non-profit making endeavor. The web site and the touring exhibitions are run on
a voluntary basis. Donations, not money, just old items you no longer want, are always welcome.
If you have something that you think would be of interest, please contact us with the details.
We can send in a courier to pick them up. (Even an international courier). Thank you.



Also see www.1952chevytruck.com

The 1952 Chevy truck

The 1952 Chevy truck web site.




Link to our main site. Satellite TV.

Sponsored by Vision International.
Note. One of our businesses, Vision International (established 1991) sponsors the
Rewind Museum including financial support for this web site.
Vision International is one of a group of businesses that we have in the field of
Satellite TV. This is a link to our sponsor.

Dreambox DM8000 60cm Clear dish

tune in an extra 8000 channels? Watch the world? Links to some of the pages are below,

Sky Receivers Freesat Receivers Transparent Dishes Motorised systems High Definition Receivers. Caravan satellite
LNBs Catalogue index page of all satellite products. Technomate Installation equipment. Satellite finder meters

The Rewind Museum web site is maintained on a non-profit
making voluntary basis. Our main business website is at
www.satellitesuperstore.com/cat.htm
Our main business is satellite TV and we are a specialist satellite company.
We supply satellite goods in the UK and worldwide including fixed and
motorised satellite systems, accessories and installation equipment.




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