Skaarhoj PTZ-EXTREME-V2 Ultimate Robotic PoE System Controller with Programmable Four-way Buttons & OLED Legends


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    PTZ-EXTREME-V2 - Overview

    PTZ Extreme - the ultimate robotic system controller
    PTZ Extreme is engineered with expansion and flexibility in mind. On the left side you will find a professional grade zoom rocker and thumb roller in machined aluminum. On the right side you get a world class Hall Effect joystick for precision movement. Skaarhoj PTZ Extreme V2 has a size large enough to leave you hand rest for hours of operation. The lower 12 keys are usually mapped to destination selection (camera) and all knobs and buttons beyond that are equipped with crisp OLED displays so their function and value will adapt to any day at work. This controller is designed for new ways of working with PTZ cameras as well as slider and dolly tracks on a complex broadcast set. It will increase in value over time as more and more robotic systems will be supported in UniSketch through new device cores we are constantly developing.

    PTZ Extreme works with a great variety of device cores and is a popular choice for:
    - eMotimo ST4
    - NewTek NDIHX-PTZ1
    - PTZOptics PT20X
    - BirdDog PTZ
    - Pana AW-HEx
    - Sony BRc-X400
    - Vaddio RoboSHOT

    • Features:

      • Programmable four-way buttons with OLED legends
      • RGB backlit encoders with crisp OLED legends
      • 3-axis Hall Effect Joystick
      • Zoom Rocker
      • Stepless, friction balanced focus wheel
      • Large assignable iris encoder
      • Ethernet with PoE (IEEE802.3af)
      • UniSketch OS
    • Item Includes:

      • 1x Skaarhoj PTZ-EXTREME-V2
      • 1x 12V power supply
      • 1x USB programming cable
      • 1x Networking cable
      • 1x UniSketch OS
      • 1x Manuals and Software
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    PTZ-EXTREME-V2 - Required Accessories

      PTZ-EXTREME-V2 - Recommended Accessories

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