Panasonic AW-UE70 White 4K Integrated PTZ CCTV security camera

Panasonic AW-UE70 White 4K Integrated PTZ camera, Optical Image Stabilization with Gyro, MicroSD card recording, White

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Product Overview 4K and HD
Despite its compact size, the AW-UE70 integrated remote camera is able to deliver 4K images with excellent zoom range and exceptional pan-tilt performance. This camera includes a variety of advanced and intelligent features, like in-camera 4K recording or 4K streaming over IP. The AW-UE70 remote camera is ready for the new demands of the industry through ultra HD resolution imagery. 4K images can be obtained in a variety of outputs including HDMI, USB and LAN. Besides its 4K capability, this camera performs extremely well in HD, also supporting 1080/50p format and 3G-SDI output. The camera is available in both black and white to tailor to different environments.

With such a wealth of features and outputs, the AW-UE70 4K remote camera can be used for such applications as remote video production, live events, signage or video conferencing among many others. This 4K remote camera also supports PoE+ (Power over Ethernet), meaning that only one Ethernet cable is required for power supply, control, video and embedded audio. Through the AW-UE70, Panasonic is expanding the capabilities and applications of integrated remote camera systems. Features • 4K Integrated PTZ camera
• Wide angle of view : Horizontal 65.1°
• Optical Image Stabilization (OIS) with gyro sensor
• Freeze During Preset function
• ND filter (Auto, Thru, 1/4, 1/16, 1/64) and Night Mode
• USB Video Class support
• Versatile terminals
• Output: 3G-SDI, HDMI, IP, USB (mini B)
• Input: Genlock, Audio (Mic/Line)
• Remote control: RS422, RS232C, IP
• microSD card recording function
• Color variations (white/black) that can be chosen for different applications or conditions
• Camera control from iPad when it is used with optional Control Assist Camera AW-HEA10. *3
• Excellent 4K image quality via HDMI, USB and IP
- 1/2.3-type MOS sensor
- 4K (UHD: 3840 x 2160) video via HDMI, USB and IP
- 4K / HD IP streaming
- Optical zoom 20x, iA zoom 22x (4K mode) / 30x (HD)
- Digital extender (1.4x, 2.0x, 4.0x, 6.0x, 8.0x)
- Supports HDMI (up to 4K/29.97, 25p) and 3G-SDI (up to 1080/59.94, 60p)
• A Single Cable Solution for Remote Video and Audio Capture
- Supports POE+*1 for lower installation costs
- 4K/HD IP Streaming
- Audio embedded
- IP control with image monitoring using PC, Mac and mobile terminals
- Up to 100 x AW-UE70 can be controlled via IP connection when using network hub *2
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Built In Mic No

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Panasonic AW-UE70 White 4K Integrated PTZ CCTV security camera
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