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Vaddio Expands RoboSHOT Camera Lineup with New RoboSHOT 12 HDMI and RoboSHOT 30 HDMI
Vaddio introduces its latest cameras to the RoboSHOT series, the RoboSHOT 12 HDMI and RoboSHOT 30 HDMI featuring HDMI out, an Ethernet Port for IP control, an advanced image signal processor (ISP) and Vaddio's world-class camera robotic technology - Tri-Synchronous Motion.
The RoboSHOT HDMI series is designed for simplicity in applications that only need HDMI video. Control functionality is accomplished via Telnet, RS-232, IR Remote and the camera's built-in web server, which allows users to control the camera functions on a web page with any browser over the IP network.
"The wide adoption of our RoboSHOT camera line has given us an opportunity to expand upon it," explained President and CEO of Vaddio, Ed Ellett. "The RoboSHOT HDMI series offer integrators, dealers and end users a substantial price and performance improvement over and above the value of other HDMI cameras available today."
Vaddio's RoboSHOT 12 HDMI camera features a 12x optical zoom with a 73-degree wide horizontal field of view, perfect for small to medium sized conference rooms, training rooms or classrooms in a wide variety of applications including UC conferencing, videoconferencing, distance learning, lecture capture, telepresence and Pro AV while the RoboSHOT 30 HDMI features a powerful 30x optical zoom with a 65-degree wide end to 2.3 tele end horizontal field of view, ideal for medium to large rooms including House of Worship, large auditoriums, theatres, IMAG performances, lecture theatres and more.
Like all RoboSHOT series cameras, the RoboSHOT 12 HDMI and RoboSHOT 30 HDMI comes fully equipped with Vaddio's Tri-Synchronous Motion technology, a silent, direct drive motor system that allows all three axes of the camera (pan, tilt and zoom) to move simultaneously for ultra smooth, natural camera motion.
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