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The RCA TK30 was introduced in 1946 and was used extensively throughout the 1950s Golden Age of Television. The TK10-30 used a 3 inch image orthicon tube with a 4-lens turret and a variety of lenses could be used on them. Kodak developed a series of lenses for these RCAs called Ektanons. Although the TK30 was the field version of the TK10, many TK30s were widely used in studios.
Modelled in 3ds Max 2010 and rendered with Vray 1.5. Detailed model, Vray lighting and materials. All Camera and Tripod are named and the model is organised in Layers
Max 2010 and rendered with Vray 1.5.
Preview scene with background, vray lights and scene settings included.
Buy and open file click render (no Photoshop required).