MINNEAPOLIS, MN (November 17, 2009) – Vaddio, the global leader in robotic PTZ cameras and camera control systems in the audiovisual and videoconferencing industries, will demonstrate its broad range of HD solutions at this year’s LDI show, Nov. 20 - 22, in Orlando, Fla.
“One of the most recent installs to include our ClearVIEW HD-18 PTZ camera is the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum’s Foster Theater,” explained President of Vaddio, Rob Sheeley. “Whether in a theater, concert hall or outdoor venue, the HD-18, with its dynamic range, is an ideal camera for any type of live event.”
The ClearVIEW HD-18 is Vaddio’s signature high-definition PTZ camera, equipped with a 1/3-inch, 1.3 megapixel CCD imaging sensor, a glass multi-element wide dynamic zoom lens (18x optical), a tally light and a 1.8-lux rating, providing superior images in a wide range of high-definition video applications. Other cameras on display in the Vaddio booth include the Panasonic AW-HE100, the Canon BU-Series and the Sony BRC-Series and EVI-Series of PTZ cameras.
Two new seamless switchers accompany the PTZ cameras: ProductionVIEW HD-SDI and ControlVIEW XHD, as well as the new UXHD CrossPoint, a universal video scaler/converter. The ProductionVIEW HD-SDI is an integrated 6 x 2 HD/SD-SDI switcher designed as a multi-camera control system that connects easily via a single coax cable for video. ControlVIEW XHD is an automated robotic PTZ camera controller with HD, RGBHV and SD video switching, video transitions and camera preset trigger functionality. The UXHD CrossPoint is a dual input, dual output scaler and converter for analog and digital video.
Stop by booth #1519 to see our complete line of cameras, switchers and camera control equipment.
Vaddio is the leading manufacturer and OEM distributor of specialty PTZ cameras and high-end camera control systems used in the broadcasting, audio/visual and videoconferencing industry. Headquartered in Minneapolis, MN, Vaddio also has operations throughout the Americas, as well as sales and support partners throughout the world. More information can be fo