Mirror Image PT-160 Prompter for Pan/Tilt Cameras

BH #MIPT160 • MFR #PT-160 OS
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Mirror Image PT-160 Prompter for Pan/Tilt Cameras
Key Features
  • Use with Robotic Pan-and-Tilt Cameras
  • Screen Size: 15"
  • Inputs: VGA, Composite BNC, S-Video
  • Resolution: 640 x 480 to 1280 x 1024
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The PT-160 Prompter from Mirror Image comes with a 15" monitor and is designed for use with all-in-one robotic pan-and-tilt cameras, such as those from Panasonic and Sony. It's equipped with a special mount and hood that allow for select pan and capabilities. The PT-160 doesn't come with a prompting software but features an electronic reversal function that will reverse your prompting text for you with any prompting software you use.
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Expected availability: 7-10 business days
$3,595.00
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Mirror Image Pan-Tilt Series Overview

The PT-160 Prompter from Mirror Image comes with a 15" monitor and is designed for use with all-in-one robotic pan-and-tilt cameras, such as those from Panasonic and Sony. It's equipped with a special mount and hood that allow for select pan and capabilities. The PT-160 doesn't come with a prompting software but features an electronic reversal function that will reverse your prompting text for you with any prompting software you use.

  • VGA, Composite BNC, S-Video inputs
  • 640 x 480 to 1280 x 1024 resolution
  • 450 Nits brightness
  • Wide angle beam splitter trapezoid mirror
UPC: 789185784423

Mirror Image Pan-Tilt Series Specs

Monitor
Viewable Size15" (38 cm)
Resolution640 x 480 to 1280 x 1024
Brightness450 Nits
InputsVGA, Composite BNC, S-Video
Video Input Impedance.05 - 2.0 VP-P (Composite) 75 Ohm
Input Voltage100 to 240 VAC, Auto 60 Hz - 12 VDC
Power Consumption30 W Average
Mirror16.5 x 15" (42 x 38 cm)
Packaging Info
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)24 x 24 x 18"
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