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Wild Vision Chroma 300 (Issue 1.5)

IThe Wild Vision Chroma 300 is a genlock and overlay system which allows the video output from the computer to be superimposed, in full colour, on a PAL video signal from an external source. Graphics, text or captions can be overlaid onto video pictures from cameras, camcorders or VCRs.

This is issue 1.5, it has some minor changes to the previous version. 

Date : 1989

Manufacturer : Wild Vision

Physical Description : Expansion board.

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH48988. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.
 

Scan of Document: Wild Vision Chroma 300 (Issue 1.5)

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