Sony Debuts Single-Chip, HD Robotic Camera
Sony introduced its first high-definition EVI robotic camera designed for videoconferencing, distance learning, houses of worship and corporate training. The single chip-based, pan/tilt/zoom camera features multi-format capabilities to output both standard- and high-definition video so users can easily migrate from standard-definition to HD.
The new EVI-HD1 model uses a 1080i CMOS sensor that delivers high-definition resolution in 720p, 1080i or 1080p. The camera can be used with compatible codecís and systems from other manufacturers, due to its ability to output standard-definition video (YC and composite), high-definition analog component (Y, Pub, Pr) or digital HD-SDI.
The unit incorporates a 10x optical zoom lens with a 70-degree horizontal field of view. The EVI-HD1 is also equipped with high-torque, high-speed direct drive motors that enable smooth, fast and quiet pan/tilt operations.
The cameraís pan/tilt/zoom controls can be operated by an easy-to-use supplied IR Remote Commander unit or via the RS-232C interface (VISCA protocol) with a host of commercially available controllers.
The EVI-HD1 HD camera will be available in January through authorized Sony distributors and resellers at a suggested list price of $4,495.
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