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Studio Camera List

RJR Props has the following Studio Cameras available for rent, for Television, Film, Commercials, Events and Props. This page provides an overview showing all the cameras available for rent, as well as their specs, and their date of use. If you want to see photos of the cameras, click the link below!


This page lists our Studio Cameras by date, qty, capability and historical significance

If you want to see photos, click the Studio Camera page or the blue link below


RJR Props has over 50 Studio Cameras spanning the history of Television Cameras from 1940's to Present. Virtually all of our Studio Cameras are working!  Our older tube cameras (1940's thru late 1970's) have been restored & upgraded to HD quality. They can provide an image on the viewfinder, and they have working red tally lights.


Our Sony SD cameras (1980s-1990s) are restored and working as well, providing SD video viatriax connection. They provide SD quality. However the SD cameras require that you rent our Studio Rack (with CCUs) in order to make the cameras work. Without the CCU (Camera Control Unit), they cannot give an image on the viewfinder or remotely. We added splitters to all the HD models, so your director can see exactly what the camera is seeing! Some productions use the video output from our cameras for their final product!  Please call us if you need any help choosing the right cameras to rent for your production (404) 349-7600





   Brand & Model       _Qty     Date in Use     Working _    Color         Historic Background: Y/N    

Norelco PC-60 Cameras               3         1964-1980s      YES: HD Output**    Color       YES:*** Dick Clark's American Bandstand, Lawrence Welk, 

                                                                                                                                Family Feud, Barney Miller, Soap, The Newlywed Game, 

                                                                                                                                Let's Make A Deal, The Dating Game, many more shows. 

                                                                                                                                Used at ABC TV Network in Hollywood Mid 60's - late 70's 

                                                                                                                                Chuck Pharis confirmed that one camera came from 

                                                                                                                                Dick Clark's American Bandstand. Chuck was the camera

                                                                                                                                man on every show through every season. Chuck was      

                                                                                                                                given the cameras when the show closed as a gift for his

                                                                                                                                work, and because the cameras were considered "old".

                                                                                                                                Chuck sold one to cameras to us. Bobby Ellerbee sold       

                                                                                                                                us our other two PC-60s. Bobby said they came from 

                                                                                                                                WNEW in New York.


RCA TK44 Studio Camera             3         1968-1989       YES: HD Output**   Color        YES***: NBC Burbank Studios Tonight Show,

                                                                                                                                 Cameras were also shared with other shows shot there

                                                                                                       Two of our TK44's came from NBC Burbank Studios

                                                                                                                                 The third TK44 came from another source.

                                                                                                                                 Source #2:**** Confirmed by Bobby Ellerbee 8/19/2019 

RCA TK46 Studio Camera             2         1976-1990s      YES: HD Output**    Color       Source: **** TV Station in Alabama according to Bobby Ellerbee

RCA TK47 Studio Camera            10*      1976-2000        YES: HD Output**    Color       Source:*** Various TV stations nationwide

RCA TK60 Studio Camera             3         1958-1970s      YES: HD Output**    Color       Possible WWJ Detroit, WXYZ Detroit, NBC Detroit Lansing

                                                                                                                                 Source:*** 2 cameras came from ABC TV Network 1960s Hollywood                   

                                                                                                                                 Source: **** WCVE TV Richmond VA, a PBS Station

General Electric PE-250                3         1966-1980s      YES: HD Output**   Color        We are researching

RCA TK76                                   2         1976-1990        No: original cond     Color        Not known

Sony BVP-270 Studio Cameras     8         1980-2000s       YES: SD Output       Color        TV Evangelical Station (4 working, 4 non-working)

                                                                                                                                  **** Bobby Ellerbee says that some came from

                                                                                                                                 WXIA Atlanta, and others came from a TV Station in

                                                                                                                                 Birminham AL

Ikegami HK-312 Studio Camera    3        1980-2000s       Untested                Color         Source:***  ABC TV Network in NY. Must confirm with Bobby Ellerbee

                                                                                                                                 YES: **** From Regis & Kathy Lee Show in NY 1980s

Ikegami HK-377 Studio Camera    1        1990-2000s       Untested                Color         We are researching

Philips LDK6A Studio Camera        4        1984-2000s       Untested                Color         Source:*** Original ESPN Studio in CT.  Then sold to

                                                                                                                                 Home Shopping Network.

                                                                                                                                 Network in Kansas. Purchased by Chuck Pharis in 2015.

                                                                                                                                 Sold to RJR in 2019.

Philips LDK10 Studio Camera        2        1990-2000s       YES: SD Output      Color         We are researching

Other Studio Cameras are also Available  (they are not yet listed!)



.....................................TOTAL 48 Studio Cameras 


   Brand   Model        Qty     Date Used    Working       Color:Y/N     Historic:Y/N__



RCA Houston Fearless Tirpod  1      Late 1940's - 1980s   YES                 N/A         YES: **** Bobby Ellerby verified the Tripod came from Studio 3H NY.                                                                                                                                                Studio 3H is the most historic studio in the world. It's where TV started.

                                                                                                                                    The Howdy Doody Show and many others began there. The Tripod was

                                                                                                                                    presented with a TK30 camera as a gift to Paty Weaver from NBC

                                                                                                                                    in 1955.




TV Studio Racks                    8        1980-2000s       YES: SD and HD     Color         From various Television Studios




(Camera Control Room Equipment)

RCA TM-6C Camera Monitor  8        1954-1970s      No:Orig condition      Color            Source:***  Unknown TV Station in TX mid 1950s-1960s.

  (4 of the 8 are in slant racks)                                                                                                    Then they were donated to a small Texas TV Museum. 

  (for use with TK31, TK40, TK41)                                                                                                Sold to Chuck Pharis in 1995. Sold to RJR on 2019.


RCA "Bathtub Racks"           3         1954-1970s      No: Orig condition   Color             Source:***  Most came from NBC and CBS TV Networks in

                                                                                                                                               in Hollywood CA. A few were originally used in NY,

                                                                                                                                               then moved to Hollywood by the Networks.



  * We have 10 RCA TK47 Cameras total, 3 are fully restored

** Cameras are fully restored, with upgraded HD electronics, and working tally lights

      HD 1080p Upgraded Camera, Working View Finder, and HD Output for Playback

*** Historically Verified by Chuck Pharis 8/19/2019

**** Historically Verified by Bobby Ellerbee 8/19/2019