Vaddio, the manufacturer of robotic PTZ cameras and camera control systems in the audiovisual, broadcast and videoconferencing industries, will debut the latest robotic PTZ camera technology and how this technology specifically incorporates into distance education and videoconferencing applications at ISE 2010.
“In addition to our industry leading operator-based joystick camera control systems, we will also be showing our newest presenter camera control technology,” explained President of Vaddio, Rob Sheeley. “This technology allows an integrator the ability to automate PTZ cameras into their projects so that a camera operator is not required to control the cameras. With the explosive growth of videoconferencing, video streaming, and content creation systems, the need exists for hands-free camera control.”
Leading both areas of our booth year will be Vaddio’s ClearVIEW HD-18 single CCD high definition PTZ camera, equipped with a one-third-inch, 1.3 megapixel CCD imaging sensor, a glass multi-element wide dynamic zoom lens (18x optical), a tally light and a 1.8-lux rating, providing superior images in a wide range of high-definition video applications. An optional HD-SDI version of the HD-18 will also be on display. Other new PTZ cameras displayed in the booth include the Panasonic AW-HE100 and the Sony BRC-Z330.
Also on display will be the UXHD CrossPoint, a universal video scaler and converter, that can convert or scale an analog video signal to HD/SD-SDI, while also allowing the HD/SD-SDI signal to be converted and/or scaled to an analog signal.