В А-11 было две камеры - одна цветная 30 кадров в сек. в СМ, другая ч/б 10 кадров в сек. на LM.
"Westinghouse Apollo Lunar Television Camera
- Usage: Apollo 9 (Earth orbit), Apollo 11 (lunar surface)
, Apollo 13, Apollo 14, Apollo 15, Apollo 16 (back-up to the lunar surface color camera, never used)
- Resolution: 250 TV lines (10 frame/s mode
) / 500 TV Line (0.625 frame/s mode) / (SEC sensor - 650 TV Lines)
- Scan rate: (SSTV) 10 frame/s / 320 lines/fr , 0.625 frame/s / 1280 lines/fr (not used)
- Bandwidth: 4 Hz to 500 kHz
- Black and white
- Sensor: 1 Secondary Electron Conduction (SEC) Tube
- Analog FM transmission
The camera was built by Westinghouse, was 11 by 6 by 3 inches (280 mm × 150 mm × 76 mm) in size, and weighed 7.25 pounds (3.29 kg), It consumed 6.25 watts of power. It had four interchangeable lenses: "telephoto", "wide-angle", "lunar day" and "lunar night"."
"Westinghouse Lunar Color Camera
- Usage: Apollo 10 (CSM), Apollo 11 (CSM)
, Apollo 12, Apollo 13, Apollo 14, Apollo 15 (CSM), Apollo 16 (CSM), Apollo 17 (CSM)
- Additional planned usage (which never eventuated): Skylab Orbtal Test flights prior to 1980. The ASTP cameras were modified to fly on the shuttle had the STS CCTV system not been available for the hoped 1979 maiden launch. by the time STS-1 flew the RCA CCTV system was already in place. (Crew Station Closed Circuit Television CCTV for Operational Flight Tests 08.06.1976)
- Resolution: more than 200 TV lines (SEC sensor - 350 TV Lines in vertical dimension)
- Scan rate: 59.94+ fields/s monochrome (color filters alternated between each field) / 29.97+ frame/s
/ 525 lines/fr / 15734.26+ lines/s
- Color: Field-sequential color system camera
- Bandwidth: Real 4.5 MHz / 2 MHz up to 3 MHz (transmitter limitation)
- Sensor: Secondary-Electron-Conduction (SEC) Tube
- Optics: 6x zoom, F/4 to F/44"
Apollo TV camera
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Apollo Lunar Television Camera, as it was mounted on the side of the Apollo Lunar Module. Notice how it is stowed upside-down.
Television cameras used on the Apollo Project's missions (and later Apollo-Soyuz Test Project and Skylab missions) varied in design, with image quality improving significantly with each design. A camera was carried in the Apollo Command Module. For each lunar landing mission, a camera was also placed inside the Modularized Equipment Stowage Assembly (MESA) in Quad 4 of the Lunar Module (LM) Descent Stage, so it was capable of broadcasting the first steps of the astronauts as they climbed down the ladder of the LM at the start of the first moonwalk/EVA.// Дальше — en.wikipedia.org