Salrayworks 1/2.8'' Exmor R CMOS Sensor PTZ Camera (Sony Optical Zoom: 30x / Digital Zoom: 12x / Genlock, Black)
Full HD image quality with 60fps frame rate
See every presenter or conference participant more clearly. The 1/3-type CMOS image sensor captures smooth, crisply detailed, Full HD (1920 x 1080 60p) images with extremely low noise – even in low light conditions where other cameras struggle. High frame rate (60fps) operation ensures smoother, more fluid reproduction of moving subjects.
Powerful 20x/30x optical zoom
The 20x/30x optical zoom range is complemented by 12x digital zoom for frame-filling close-ups with every detail seen clearly. Responsive autofocus ensures that images stay clear and sharp, even at high zoom settings.
Multi-format output video
The KM/KS Model series can simultaneously output 1080/60p baseband video through 3G-SDI, HDMI stream. This DVI capability makes the camera ideal for webcasting and simultaneous recording of conferences, lectures, seminars and other live events.
Versatile connectivity options
VISCA, PELCO-D/P / RS-232C,422,485
Support for RS-232C,422,485 communicationallows easy connection with a wide range of peripheral products. The camera can also be controlled via VISCA protocols over a standard VISCA, PELCO-D/P.
Enhanced PTZ operation ±172°/ 220°
The powerful direct drive motor assures quiet, rapid movement to the target position over a wide pan/tilt angle range. PTZ synchronization ensures smoothly co-ordinated camera movements, while Pan/Tilt speed can be set to ‘Slow' for smooth, professional looking transitions. A sequence of camera positions can be stored to memory and recalled as a preset ‘trace'.
Wide 57.4-degree viewing angle
See every meeting participant in a boardroom with a wide 65-degree horizontal viewing angle.
256 programmable presets
Store and instantly recall up to 256 camera positions via KM/KS Model PTZ Controller C series from specific controller.
Suitable for desktop or ceiling mounting
Image flip gives extra operating flexibility, allowing the camera to be sited on a boardroom table-top or ceiling mounted while maintaining proper image orientation.