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The Sound Vision CMOS-Pro was a CMOS-based digital studio camera by North American company Sound Vision.

The CMOS-Pro was unusual in a number of ways. It could not operate independently but worked by being tethered to a computer with models for connecting either via a SCSI or a parallel port. The camera was available fitted with either a bayer or monochrome sensor; the monochrome sensor could take higher quality colour photographs by successively taking three shots through different colour filters. The C lens mount was used.