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PTZOptics 12X-SDI Gen 2 Live Streaming Camera
PT12X-SDI-GY-G2 - PTZOptics 12X-SDI Gen 2 Live Streaming Camera

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PTZOptics 12X-SDI Gen 2 Live Streaming Broadcast Camera
  • 12X Optical Zoom
  • Wide 72° Field of View
  • HDMI, 3G-SDI, IP Streaming (H.264 or H.265)
  • Stream to CDN's like Wowza with RTSP & Audio In
  • 3 Year Warranty
(Note: USB port only used for firmware upgrades)
List Price: $1,799.00
Our Price: $1,599.00
Savings: $200.00

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Product Code: PT12X-SDI-GY-G2

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Description Multimedia & Videos

PTZOptics 12X-SDI Gen 2 Live Streaming Camera

The PTZ Optics 12X-SDI Gen 2 is a 1080p camera with 12X optical zoom for capturing both wide angles and long distances. With support for HDMI, 3G-SDI, and IP Streaming (H.264), this camera is ideal for transmitting high-definition video signals for broadcast or traditional video conferencing applications.

  • 72.5 degree wide-angle lens
  • High performance in low illumination situations
  • Full 1920x1080p HD Resolutions up to 60 frames per second
  • 2D and 3D noise reduction with our latest “low noise CMOS sensor”
  • Wide Dynamic Range: capable of capture all features of images when there is a strong contrast between subject and background
  • Audio in - Embeds into the IP Stream
  • RS-232 Control works with VISCA Protocol
  • Open Source IP control protocol's and software

Average Rating: 3 of 5 Total Reviews: 1 Write a review »

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Amazing Price, Ok Product February 21, 2017
Reviewer: David C from Albany, NY United States  
The PTZOptics 12x-SDI Gen 2 boasts of having broadcast features (Visca/Pelco, SDI, low-light capabilities, etc) and compares itself to professional camera models, but it is NOT a professional broadcast product.

Perhaps the abundance of features is why some are rough around the edges or not fully implemented -- framerate options don't include broadcast speeds, UDP commands are similar to but not visca compatible, video delay is long, minimum incremental movement is quite large.

The price can't be beat!  If you can afford it, it is worth having for the situations that can work within those specs.

I won't be returning mine, but it won't be used on live productions.

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