The ZoomSHOT 20 QSR System from Vaddio includes ZoomSHOT 20 HD camera with thin-profile wall mount, quick-connect short range video interface, IR remote commander, and power supply.
The Vaddio ZoomSHOT 20 HD camera is a native 1080p60 resolution camera that features a 1/2.8" Exmor high-speed, low-noise CMOS image sensor technology. This point-of-view camera includes 2.38MP total and 2.14MP effective pixels providing drop frame and non-drop frame resolutions of 1080p, 1080i, and 720p. The ISP combined with the Exmor image sensor achieves an impressive low-light performance of 0.3 lux (color) and 0.03 lux (B/W). The ZoomSHOT 20 can be used stand-alone with the Vaddio AV Bridge MATRIX PRO with built-in quick-connect interfaces or with the included quick-connect interface option. It also comes with a thin-profile wall mount.
The Quick-Connect USB (QC-USB) Interface for Vaddio cameras uses the Vaddio EZCamera cabling system and uses two Cat-5 cables to provide power, return HSDS video, and extend RS-232 control signaling for up to 150' when used with the included ZoomSHOT stationary POV camera. The backlit LCD is an ODV (omni-directional view), ABN (advanced black nematic) type of display. The LCD will display the MAC (HW for Hardware) and IP addresses allowing for easy access to the internal webpages and camera settings for a PC or BYOD (bring your own device - laptop or tablet) over the network. The QC-USB has a front panel system reset switch as well as LED indicators on the front panel to show if the system is streaming USB 2.0 (UVC) MJPEG, IP (H.264) video, or if the network is in general use. The system also streams IP video (H.264) and supports both RTSP and HLS (HTTP Live Streaming, Apple's variant on HTTP streaming). The USB and IP resolutions are independent from the standard HD video outputs.
The Vaddio IR Remote Commander for Vaddio/Sony Camera Packages controls the various pan/tilt options of the camera such as pan/tilt reset, reverse pan direction, and standard pan direction. You can set the camera to default configurations via the camera home positioning button. The commander has an autofocus button as well as a button to select the 3 different IR frequencies assigned to the camera. You can recall and erase 6 preset configurations using the 2 button on the controller. It includes buttons for altering the zoom speed and for manually adjusting the focus of the lens.
In addition, this system includes a power supply.