Sony SRG300H - BLACK 30x Desktop/Ceiling Mount PTZ Camera


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    SRG300H - Overview

    What do you look for in a PTZ camera? If your answer is stunning image quality coupled with smooth robotic control at an affordable price, take a look at Sony's new SRG Camera Series. The new SRG series joins Sony's widely used EVI and BRC product lines, giving customers a greater choice of high-quality remote camera options. The SRG-300H is a new desktop and ceiling mount 1080p/60 HD PTZ camera with a 30x optical zoom. It incorporates Sony's high sensitivity 1/2.8-type Exmor CMOS sensor with the latest imaging technology and field-proven operability. The SRG-300H is equipped with several new features including View-DR processing to master the harshest lighting conditions as well as the industry recognized VISCA protocol and built-in IP control. In addition, the SRG-300H is available in a black or white housing. The SRG-300H is ideal for house of worship, videoconferencing, distance learning, entertainment/seminar venues and remote monitoring of small to medium sized rooms.

    Also available in White.

    • Features:

      • The 1/2.8 type Exmor CMOS camera (utilising approximately 2 million valid pixels) allows for high definition shooting with superior picture quality.
      • Adopts 30 times optical magnification, F1.6 high power and luminous zoom lens.
      • By adopting its wide and dynamic range functions, you can see the optimised shooting image which incorporates bright and dark subjects at the same time.
      • Adopts the industry standard RS-232 interface of VISCA camera protocol in external communication. It is possible to operate from long distances by using both RS-232 and RS-422.
      • You can install the camera on ceilings due to the functions of high-speed and wide range pan/tilt action and vertical image flip.
      • You can use the infrared remote commander to set the camera and also to select panning, tilting and zooming from the setting menu.
      • You can store up to 16 kinds of camera direction and camera status into the camera. In the case of the infrared remote commander, 6 kinds can be stored.
      • You can use the LAN cable for external communication. This will make system construction easier.
      • The camera can be set for a variety of HD video formats and has an HDMI interface terminal. The HDMI video interface is in widespread use.
    • Specifications:

      • Image Device: 1/2.8 Exmor CMOS
      • Lens: 30x Optical/12x Digital Zoom Lens; Focal Length: f=4.3mm (wide) to 129mm (tele); Focal Length - F: F1.6 to 4.7
      • Minimum Object Distanc:e 10mm (wide end) / 1200mm (tele end)
      • Shutter Speed: 1/1 to 1/10000 sec (59.94 Hz system); 1/1 to 1/10000 sec (50 Hz system)
      • White Balance: Auto, Indoor, Outdoor, One-Push Auto, ATW, Manual
      • Pan Angle/Speed: Angle: +/- 170 degrees ; Speed: 100 degrees /sec
      • Tilt Angle/Speed: Angle: +90 degrees / -20 degrees; Speed: 90 degrees / sec
      • Horizontal Viewing Angle: 65 degrees (wide)
      • Preset Positions: 16 presets
      • Camera Control Interface: VISCA protocol with built-in IP control; Camera Control Interface: RJ-45 / RS-232C / RS-422
      • Minimum Illumination: 1.4 lx (50 IRE, F1.6, 30 fps)
      • S/N Ratio: 50 dB
      • Video Output: HDMI
      • Signal System:
      • 1080/59.94p, 50p, 29.97p, 25p
      • 1080/59.94i, 50i
      • 720/59.94p, 50p, 29.97p, 25p
      • Dimensions (W x H x D): 157 x 164 x 163 mm (6-1/4 x 6-1/2 x 6-1/2 inches)
      • Weight: 1.4kg (3 lbs. 3.4 oz)
      • Power Requirements: DC 12V (DC10.8 - 13.2V)
      • Power Consumption: 16.8W
      • Operating Temperature: 0°C to +40°C (32°F to +104°F)
      • Storage Temperature: -20°C to +60°C (-4°F to +140°F)
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