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The Iconoscope TV Camera – by John Staples W6BM

The mechanical television era, dating from the early 1920s, used mechanical scanning technologies (discs, lenses and mirrors) to rasterize the subject with resolution from 30 lines, 12.5 frames per second, ultimately to 240 lines, 50 progressive frames per second by the middle ’30s.

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