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    Exciting News! Are additional specs available?

    Very exciting news. Are more detailed specifications available for the PTZ camera?
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    Hmmm. They don't seem to be, but maybe we can get more info. Is there anything specific you were particularly interested in?
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    Quote Originally Posted by SBowie View Post
    Hmmm. They don't seem to be, but maybe we can get more info. Is there anything specific you were particularly interested in?
    Are there any videos that show the quality of the picture by the camera? Would love to see some low light tests. If you send me one I will be happy to put some videos together for you.
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    Here are a few specs I was able to dig up on the lens and PTZ head.

    Lens Zoom: 20x Optical
    Focal Length: 4.7mm to 94mm
    Aperture: F1.6 to F3.5
    Shutter Speed: 1/1 to 1/10,000 sec
    Rotation Speed: 300°/sec maximum
    Panning Angle: -170° to +170°
    Tilting Angle: -30° to +90°
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    It's pretty subjective, but my personal impression is that it's pretty decent in low light. We have a few different brands of cameras set up in pretty pitiful light in QA, and -without naming names - I'd say it looks every bit as good as a significantly more expensive 'big brand name' camera.
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    Of course it's a big bet of NewTek but... why not 4k?

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    Panasonic has AW-UE70 4K PTZ available now and they will be supporting NDI in a future firmware update for the model.
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