Add a conference camera made for conference rooms and educational environments with the VB130 4K Conference Videobar from AVer. The VB130 features electronic pan, tilt, and zoom (ePTZ) via USB in a compact design with a built-in 6W speaker, a five-microphone array, and a built-in light. The Sony 4K sensor captures up to UHD 4K30 resolution video and sends audio and video out via USB 3.1 Type-B to a computer via Ethernet using RTSP/RTMP streaming protocols in H.264 format. It utilizes an IR remote control, UVC communication with companion software, or a web GUI for configuring the camera's settings, controlling its movement, and setting up additional expansions.
The camera is plug-and-play, connecting to your host computer using the included 15' USB cable. The camera's 120° ultra-wide field of view with a 2' minimum focus distance is suitable for use in small conference rooms, and its 4K resolution helps maintain detail when zooming in on participants' faces with up to 4x digital zoom. The built-in light assists in low-light situations and features dimming and color temperature control via buttons on the back of the unit, as well as five levels of intelligent fill lighting. Other image control features include mirror, flip, auto exposure, white balance control, 3D noise reduction, backlight compensation, SmartFrame autofocus, and API support.
You can control the camera's zoom and focus using UVC communication with the companion software or the included IR remote to store up to 10 preset positions and configure settings. Expansion options include a USB Type-A port for an optional wireless dongle for wireless control, and a mini-USB port for an expansion microphone, which can help when using it in larger rooms.
The VB130 is powered using the included 10' power cable. You can mount it on a monitor or TV using its included TV mounting clip, onto a tripod using the standard tripod threaded hole on the bottom, or you can utilize a separately available wall mount. There is a privacy cover over the lens for when the camera isn't in use and it has a Kensington lock slot for securing the camera.