The camera pans and tilts at speeds from half a degree per second up to 80 degrees per second, and features a built-in 10x zoom lens. Taking aim at the broadcast, videoconferencing, training, worship and medical markets, Viewbits, the industrial cameras division of CMI (Computer Modules Inc.), is introducing Verio HD, a 1080i/1080p PTZ camera that can be controlled remotely from up to 2,000 feet away.
Viewbits Verio HD
Verio HD accommodates a wide variety of video formats. The output can be HD-SDI at 720p, 1080i, or 1080p, HDMI, YPbPr, or CVBS (composite video).
Controlled by a wireless hand-held remote control the camera pans and tilts at speeds from half a degree per second up to 80 degrees per second, and features a built-in 10x zoom lens. The camera is just 8.5 inches (216 millimeters) wide.
The optional keyboard/joystick provides intuitive control for video shots, and lets users store up to 10 configurations. Preset pan and tilt speeds are 80 degrees per second.
“Verio HD makes it easy to smoothly pan from one individual to another," said Viewbits Sales Engineer Ray Asturias. "It’s ideal for video shoots of group presentations such as seminars, panel discussions, or worship services. The robotic features of Verio HD help our customers to be even more creative. And the camera offers excellent value.”
It images with a 2.1 MP CMOS sensor and is now shipping. Suggested retail is $3,995, or $4,990 with the optional keyboard/joystick.
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