Vaddio's RoboSHOT 12 HD is a professional quality PTZ camera with fine detail and exceptional color reproduction. It's ideal for small to medium sized conference rooms, training rooms, or classrooms, and it provides support for such applications as UC conferencing, videoconferencing, distance learning, lecture capture, and telepresence. The key features of this camera are Tri-Synchronous Motion, Range-Set for setting optical limits, and an advanced image sensor/lens/ISP (image signal processor) combination.
The Tri-Synchronous Motion algorithm is capable of moving all three (pan, tilt, and zoom) axes simultaneously. The algorithm calculates the position and velocity of the smooth, direct-drive motor movements between the presets so pan, tilt, and zoom arrive at the preset subject simultaneously, which finally allows for smooth and manageable on-air camera movements. The Range-Set feature allows the camera's zoom range to be custom tailored to the room by setting optical zoom limits on both the tele and wide ends of the lens. With Range-Set there is no way for the end-user to mess up the shot by zooming in too close or zooming out too far. The lens is a multi-element, glass lens featuring a 12X optical zoom with a 6.6° tele end and 73° wide field of view. The latest generation Exmor 1/2.8", 2.34 Megapixel, Full HD (1080p/60) high-speed, low noise CMOS image sensor combined with the new ISP produces vivid, realistic, and accurate color with extremely fast, sharp automatic focus and iris routines.
The RoboSHOT 12 HD uses the Vaddio EZCamera System to transport HSDS differential video, power, and control to and from the camera over Cat-5e cables. The market proven Quick-Connect Interfaces, sold separately, immediately provide the ultimate in configuration flexibility. Four models of Quick-Connects are available, including the Quick-Connect USB Mini, Quick-Connect SR, Quick-Connect USB, and the Quick-Connect Universal CCU. One Quick-Connect interface is required.
The RoboSHOT 12 HD has an Ethernet port and a built-in web server, which allows the user to control the camera functions on a web page with any browser from anywhere in the world over the IP network. Telnet, IR Remote and RS-232 control for the camera are available to satisfy almost any system control requirements.