As part of this week's IBC fair in Amsterdam, Panasonic has presented in Europe the first PTZ camera integrated with 4K 50p sensor in the sector.
The AW-UE150 camera, What Panasonic presented to the European market in Ibc 2018, captures images that look fluid and natural thanks to its 50p sensor, making it an ideal solution for fast-moving scenes and high-end applications in areas such as education, Companies, Broadcasting, rent and scenarios.
Integration materializes through a series of 4K interfaces, like 12G-SDI, Hdmi, fiber optics and IP with HDR mode support. In addition, this camera incorporates the ability to simultaneously produce 4K and Full HD outputs.
This new flagship of the manufacturer is the first model in its class with 4K 50p, along with a 75.1o viewing angle horizontally, along with an optical zoom of 20 magnifications and a smart zoom of 32 Increases (in HD mode).
The camera allows you to get up to three Full HD clippings from a single 4K visual canvas, ensuring greater versatility, what attached to its compact size, makes it the most suitable solution for use in more demanding locations.
Panasonic AW-UE150 also includes a type MOS sensor 1, large light indicators, various optical stabilizers and compatibility for New Web UI. In addition to this camera, Panasonic has presented at IBC 2018 the new AW-RP150 remote control unit, incorporating a large LCD display for monitoring and configuration purposes.
To this he adds that it is compatible with the AW-UE150 camera, as well as previous Panasonic models. Both systems will be available for market marketing in December 2018.
This remote control unit also incorporates an SDI output to the LCD panel for control monitoring purposes, and supports up to two hundred cameras spread over twenty groups.
For Sivashankar Kuppusamy, Panasonic's regional marketing director, "UE150 is, without a doubt, the benchmark model in the high-end PTZ product market. It is cutting edge and the best on the market in terms of ease of use and control, both the cameras and the trimming function, allowing users to manage multiple video signals from each camera".
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