Vaddio, the leading manufacturer of specialty PTZ cameras, high-end control systems and USB peripherals, just released it’s latest camera in its industry leading ClearVIEW line, the HD-20SE.
The HD-20SE, now shipping, features an advanced Image Signal Processor (ISP) and encompasses the innovation of the HD-18, the low-light capability of the HD-19 and the Full HD performance of the HD-20 ClearVIEW camera line. With these advanced features, the ClearVIEW HD-20SE camera will replace the HD-18, HD-19 and HD-20 ClearVIEW cameras.
“We added the HD-20SE camera to our PTZ camera mix to take advantage of the latest image sensor and ISP technology advancements available today,” explained Ed Ellett, CEO of Vaddio. “Our customers expect high-performance cameras to use in a variety of lighting conditions. The HD-20SE allows for this with Exmor technology that produces full native HD and allows for extreme low-light performance and vivid color reproduction.”
A major innovation to the HD-20SE camera is its advanced 1/2.8 - Type Exmor CMOS high speed, low noise image sensor, which provides native 1080p/60 high-definition video. Combined with an advanced ISP, the HD-20SE provides exceptional low-light performance, rated at 0.3 Lux, and comes equipped with a 20X optical zoom lens providing a 63-degree wide to 3.47-degree tele horizontal field-of-view, for a wide range of applications.
Outputs include native 1080p/60 HDMI and analog component video resolutions ideal for the most demanding HD camera applications including House of Worship productions, Pro AV system integrations, distance learning classrooms, live events and UCC applications. Like all Vaddio cameras, the HD-20SE is designed to work with the pioneering and industry standard Vaddio Quick-Connect™ camera interface systems that allow integrators easy CAT-5 cable installations.