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Uploaded on May 5, 2008
Early video tape machine developed by the BBC starting in 1952. VERA - an acronym for Vision Electronic Recording Apparatus - used half inch magnetic tape on 20½ inch reels, with a tape speed of 200 inches a second. This allowed a maximum of fifteen minutes recording time.