Sony decided to expand its range of cameras pan tilt zoom (PTZ) with two 4K models with integrated AI analysis: SRG-A40 and SRG-A12.
Sony pan tilt zoom cameras
The two cameras frame in a natural way, regardless of the movement or posture of the framed users. The strengths are many: the image quality with automation, the flexibility of IP, the powerful zoom, remote control and simple configuration and operation.
These features make them ideal for use in a variety of settings such as education and business, but also for live events.
“Our latest PTZ cameras truly represent a new generation,” he said Clair Lam, Network Cameras Solutions Product Manager, Sony Professional Europe.
“Incorporating the image quality that is the foundation of Sony, these efficient new models are even smarter than ever thanks to the addition of built-in AI analysis that offers automatic PTZ framing, coupled with the potential of remote control . Our customers have told us that how they acquire content, and even where they do it from, has changed dramatically in recent years.
We took a cue and created a new user-friendly series that offers editing freedom, prioritizes operations regardless of location, and creates a smooth workflow that enhances the work of operators of different levels of experience to create highly professional content, while keeping costs low. operating costs.”
Smart automation: PTZ automatic framing and excellent images
What’s new is Sony’s built-in PTZ auto-framing technology with AI analysis, which includes optimal framing options for close-ups and full-body or head-to-head shots. Also noteworthy is a lamp tally user-friendlywhich allows users to easily identify which camera is in use and the movements to be tracked.
Also both SRG-A40 and SRG-A12 use a sensore CMOS Exmor R™ very sensitive for HD 4K 30p and Full HD 60p images. As for the zoom, SRG-A40 features the technology Clear Image Zoom which doubles the optical zoom from 20x to 30x in 4K or 40x in Full HD, while the SRG-A12 mounts a zoom of up to 12x.
Plus the new models offer 3G-SDI, HDMI, and IP connectivityin addition to remote control via VISCA/VISCA su IP, using a single network cable for power, output and control. Another insider tip, include Power over Ethernet Plus Plus (PoE++) to integrate the cameras into new or existing environments.
Simple setup and operation
The cameras are simple to set up and use: with the image setup file feature, users can configure and duplicate menu settings between cameras themselves. In addition, motion synchronization allows for quick movement to a targeted location, with a maximum pan/tilt angle range of ±170°.
Last but not least, the virtual webcam driver software can go up to five cameras connected to multiple tools using a computer.
SRG-A40 and SRG-A12 will be available in summer 2023. The new models will make their first debut in WHEREASat Sony’s stand 3E400 in Hall 3. Click here for more information.