The HD Pan/Tilt/Zoom (PTZ) IP camera is equipped with a professional 1/2.8 inch image sensor with full HD 1080p output at 60fps. It's powered by Power over Ethernet (PoE), an economical and easy integration solution. The superior 20x optical zoom lens, excellent white balance, and exposure mode delivers a clear image, even in low light or the extreme contrast of brightness and darkness in a lecture hall.
The VC-A50PN has Ethernet, HDMI and 3G-SDI outputs that are simultaneously active. It supports live broadcasting with MJPEG, H.264/SVC format with latency of less than 120ms. The camera covers wide shooting angles and achieves high-speed, quiet, and precise positioning with smooth PTZ operations.
The VC-A50PN is an applicable solution for lecture recording, videoconferencing, and live broadcasting applications. It can connect directly to a NDI® network, utilizing NDI-based video production workflows without additional configuration, reducing cost and set-up time.
The VC-A50PN has a wide shooting area (pan angle from -170° to +170° ; tilt angle from -30° to +90°), as well as quiet, fast, and precise positioning movements. It has a stereo audio input with AAC encoding transmission through the Internet, SDI and HDMI extending the distance of an audio device. This enhances sound quality while reducing installation cost.
The VC-A50PN is able to switch video output formats to Full HD for compatibility in various display devices. It supports low-latency and the fast response time is less than 120 ms that allows unnoticeable delays between a live image and its output on the screen.
- Full HD 1080p signal output format with a high frame rate of 60 fps
- 20x optical zoom
- Supports live broadcasting (MJPEG, H.264 support SVC)
- Support Power Over Ethernet (POE)
- Supports NDI technology for NDI-based video productionl
- Ethernet low latency (<120ms)
- Ethernet, HDMI, and 3G-SDI synchronous image outputs
- Maximum horizontal/vertical speed of rotation:120 degrees/second
- Audio Input Support AAC encoding with 44.1/48 K sampling frequency