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Panasonic covers all bases with outdoor AW-UR100 PTZ

Panasonic covers all bases with outdoor AW-UR100 PTZ

Panasonic covers all bases with outdoor AW-UR100 PTZ

The AW-UR100 is Panasonic Connect’s new outdoor-ready PTZ camera, combining 4K/60FPS capability with a dynamic image stabilising system (DISS) for high-precision videography in stadiums and other large venues. The camera's rugged design is said to make it ideal for harsh outdoor environments, such as airports, warehouses and large ocean-going vessels, or for live broadcasting during blizzards, typhoons and other weather events. The AW-UR100 also supports a variety of protocols and interfaces for flexible system configuration and to expand the possibilities of outdoor video production. It also offers extra functionality to help avoid missed shots and shooting errors for worry-free camerawork in the field.

The AW-UR100 offers both a 74.1° horizontal wide-angle lens for panoramic pull-backs and 4K/60P compatibility for 24x optical zoom and 10x digital zoom – useful when shooting from various angles while covering large-scale events in stadiums or at music festivals. It also features three types of image stabilisation systems for shake-free video: optical image stabilization (OIS), electronic roll correction (EIS) and pan-tilt image stabilisation (Dynamic Image Stabilizing System-DISS).

The camera body is hermetically sealed to keep out wind-blown dust and sand, and a defroster warms the lens to prevent the formation of frost, ice or condensation in extreme temperatures down to -15°C. There is also a wiper to keep the lens clear in wet conditions.

Interfaces for major baseband transmission include 3G-SDI, 12G-SDI and fibre, as well as support for various IP protocols including NDI and SRT. FreeD is also supported, making it possible to build AR/VR systems. The unit is said to be able to adapt readily to existing video production systems as well as shooting conditions, and can be used to record, edit and broadcast in diverse environments for a variety of purposes.

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