Panasonic AW-HE40HKEJ HD Integrated Camera Black HDMI Version
The AW-HE40 series of integrated full HD cameras performs in a wide variety of onsite shooting applications that require high-quality video, such as conferences, lecture capture and other events, thanks to its high-performance zoom, wide angle of view and outstanding color reproducibility.
The AW-HE40 series also offers the flexibility of not requiring any specific installation location thanks to IP transmission and support for PoE+ (Power over Ethernet Plus), which allows power to be supplied via a LAN cable. Features • Integrated full HD camera
• For indoor use
• 30x optical zoom lens
• Support for PoE+ (Power over Ethernet Plus)
• Outstanding operability and installation flexibility
• Integrated full HD camera
• Supports 1080/59.94p, 29.97p, 59.94i, 29,97PsF,
1080/50p, 25p, 50i, 25PsF, 720/59.94p, and 50p video formats
• Available in Black or White
• AW-SFU01G optional software - Now installed as standard
Includes the following features:
• HD-IP video output function that enables IP transmission of full-HD video output and multi-streaming output
• USB Video Class and USB Audio Class that enable video and audio output via USB
• The microSD card recording function that enables recording on a microSD card (sold separately) inserted into the unit as well as, via an IP network, controlling the recording-start/stop externally and downloading the recorded files.
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|Built In Mic||No|
|Connectivity||1 x USB|
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