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Vaddio Announces a New and Enhanced ZoomSHOT 20 POV Camera
ZoomSHOT 20 Features Advanced ISP and Full HD Performance
Vaddio announces its latest point-of-view camera, the ZoomSHOT 20. Based on Vaddio's ClearVIEW HD-20SE PTZ camera technology, the ZoomSHOT 20 is fully equipped with an advanced image signal processor, 20x optical zoom, and native 1080p/60 high definition video. Manual pan and tilt positioning allow for simple, yet precise control.
"The ZoomSHOT 20 simplifies camera coverage and preset positioning," explained Ed Ellett, president and CEO of Vaddio. "A 20x robotic zoom with manual pan and tilt positioning enables an easy solution for fixed camera applications or can be used in conjunction with Vaddio's robotic PTZ cameras. Vaddio truly provides a solution for any design."
The latest 1/2.8-Type Exmor CMOS high speed, low noise image sensor processor combined with the advanced ISP of the ZoomSHOT 20 provides exceptional low-light performance rated at 0.3 Lux making this camera ideal in low-light applications including House of Worship, Pro AV system integration, distance learning classrooms, live events, IMAG systems, UCC applications and more.
In addition to the advanced ISP, the ZoomSHOT 20 comes equipped with a 20X auto-focus zoom lens providing a 63-degree wide to 3.47-degree tele horizontal field-of-view for a wide range of applications.
Like all Vaddio cameras, the ZoomSHOT 20 is designed to work with Vaddio's pioneering and industry standard Quick-Connect camera interface systems that allow integrators the ability to run power, video and control over Cat-5 cabling. Full image color control is available for a built-in internal On-Screen Display.
See the ZoomSHOT 20 in action in Las Vegas at the NAB Show in Vaddio booth C8808, April 13-16, 2015. For more information about Vaddio at NAB please contact Hailey Klein at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at +1-763-971-4451. For free passes to the show, please use VIP code: LV8963.
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