Vaddio Announces Enhanced PTZ Camera

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MINNETONKA, Minn. — Vaddio has combined the best features and functions of its ClearView HD-18, HD-19 and HD-20 line of cameras into the all-new ClearView HD-20SE. This new PTZ camera features an advanced Image Signal Processor (ISP) and encompasses the innovation of the HD-18, the low-light capability of the HD-19 and the Full HD performance of the HD-20 ClearView camera line.

“At Vaddio, our legacy is developing products and solutions around our customer’s needs,” said Ed Ellett, president and CEO of Vaddio. “We are excited to deliver a PTZ camera that not only combines the very best features of our existing ClearView line but also improves its image quality with a new and highly advanced ISP.”

A major innovation to the HD-20SE camera is its advanced 1/2.8-inch Exmor CMOS high-speed, low-noise image signal processor. This ISP provides strong low-light performance, is rated at 0.3 lux, and includes detail technology for realistic color reproduction and auto-sharpening for image detail.

In addition to the advanced ISP, the HD-20SE comes equipped with a 20x auto-focus zoom lens that provides a 63-degree wide to 3.47-degree tele horizontal field-of-view for a wide range of applications.

Outputs include native 1080p/60 digital HDMI and analog component video resolutions ideal for the most demanding HD camera applications including house of worship productions, pro AV system integrations, distance learning classrooms, live events and UCC applications. Like all Vaddio cameras, the HD-20SE is designed to work with industry-standard Quick-Connect camera interface systems that operate over Category-5 twisted-pair cable.

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