Vaddio Now Shipping New PTZ Camera

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Vaddio HD-20SE pan-tilt-zoom camera

MINNETONKA, Minn. — Vaddio, a manufacturer of conferencing systems and remotely controllable cameras, just released the HD-20SE camera. Part of the company's ClearView line, the HD-20SE can be used in a variety of professional applications that include broadcasting, conferencing, house of worship, distance learning and web streaming.

The HD-20SE features an image signal processor and provides full HD performance. The ClearView HD-20SE camera will replace Vaddio's HD-18, HD-19 and HD-20 ClearView cameras.

“Our customers expect high-performance cameras to use in a variety of lighting conditions,” said Ed Ellett, CEO of Vaddio. “The HD-20SE allows for this with Exmor technology that produces full native HD and allows for extreme low-light performance and vivid color reproduction.”

A major innovation to the HD-20SE camera is its advanced 1/2.8-inch Exmor CMOS image sensor, which provides native 1080p/60 high-definition video. Combined with its ISP, the HD-20SE has improved low-light performance (rated at 0.3 lux), and comes equipped with a 20x optical zoom lens.

Outputs include native 1080p/60 HDMI and analog component outputs. Like all Vaddio cameras, the HD-20SE is designed to work with the Vaddio Quick-Connect camera interface systems that allow integrators simple CAT-5 cable installations.


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