Remote Camera Access AW-HEA10 Control Assist accessory from Panasonic
• Users can control the camera by simply tapping the appropriate point on their tablet screen.
• The system can be controlled via joystick, which can be used to make even the smallest adjustments to the camera’s position.
• The ‘tap’ technique means that operators can keep up with the action in near to real time, with no delays as a result of slow camera movement.
• IP image transmission allows the user to roam with the tablet, seeing areas that may be out of the camera’s view.
• Simple operations means that there is no need for specialist camera support.
• Can be used in conjunction with VidiGo Live studio automation system.
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