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 ‚Äì 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 ‚ÄòSlow‚Äô for smooth, professional looking transitions. A sequence of camera positions can be stored to memory and recalled as a preset ‚Äòtrace‚Äô.
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.