NAB 2016: Sony debuts next generation of SRG PTZ cameras

Capture and share high-quality Full HD images with simultaneous streaming via IP, 3G-SDI and HDMI

This year at NAB Sony (C11001) will show off the latest in it’s popular SRG PTZ line.

The versatile SRG-360SHE is a high-performance Full HD remote network camera that’s ideal for use in lecture theaters, auditoriums and Houses of Worship, as well as corporate, governmental and telemedicine applications. Its excellent image quality also makes it suitable for broadcast applications, from news and live sports production to reality TV shows.

Suitable for table top or ceiling mounting, the attractively styled camera body features a large tally lamp that gives presenters a clear visual indication when they’re on air. Reducing cabling requirements for simpler installation, PoE+ (Power over Ethernet) carries IP video and power over a single connection cable.

The SRG-360SHE streams smooth, detail-packed Full HD (1080/60p) video over an IP network connection, with additional outputs providing simultaneous feeds over 3G-SDI and HDMI at the same time. This triple streaming capability makes the camera ideal for corporate presentations, webcasts and other events where content can be displayed on a connected monitor, streamed live to the web and simultaneously recorded for editing and archive.

An improved PTZ mechanism ensures smooth, steady camera movements for polished, professional-looking coverage of any scene. Separate pan, tilt and zoom movements can be synchronized to start and stop together, and a ‘trace’ of pre-set camera positions can be stored for recall at any time.