What are the considerations for PCB layout, and connector selection for video signals. Is it necessary to follow 75ohm impedance criteria in a closed system. The pipeline starts at Sony FCB IX 11 A camera core which outputs VBS 1V p-p NTSC signal with no impedance specifications, goes to a processing board (TI processor based), and outputs as a same specification video signal. I do not have real estate budget to accomodate 75 ohm RF connectors in the design and was wondering if I could work with Micro D connectors, and treat video as just another analog signal. The output is not to be transmitted over lengths more than 2 feet.
For 2 feet, I believe trying 'evil' cabling and result is likley not noticable on screen. For better result, microminature coax connectors, used on Wifi, etc. tends to be 50 ohms. Although not 75 ohms, it is better than Micro D connectors.