Fire Wire Camera

Fire Wire Camera

FireWire cameras use the IEEE 1394 bus standard for the transmission of audio, video and control data. FireWire is Apple Computer's trademark for the IEEE 1394 standard.

FireWire cameras are available in the form of photo cameras and video cameras, which provide image and audio data. A special form of video cameras is used in the domains of industry, medicine, astronomy, microscopy and science. These special cameras do not provide audio data.

Read more about Fire Wire Camera:  Photo Cameras, Video Cameras, Special Cameras, Exchanging Data With Computers, System Integration

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