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WideSHOT™ QMini System *New and Improved*

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WideSHOT™ Camera *New and Improved*

System Type

QMini

Features
  • USB 2.0 Output
  • Power/Video/Control on two Cat-5’s up to 150’ (45.72m) for ZoomSHOT/WideSHOT series cameras
  • Power/Video/Control on two Cat-5’s up to 100’ (30.5m) for RoboSHOT, PowerVIEW and ClearVIEW series cameras
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  • WideSHOT™ QMini System *New and Improved*
999-6911-100 (North America), 999-6911-101 (International)
The Vaddio new and improved WideSHOT HD camera is a low cost, high value, manual pan/tilt/zoom camera with a super wide angle lens that can be set to provide the best image possible in a small environment.  Built around a new 1/3-Type Exmor™ high senstivity image sensor and powerful image processor, the WideSHOT provides a 0.1 LUX, 82-degree horizontal viewing angle and outputs up to 1080p/60.The WideSHOT has a user adjustable iris, focus and varifocal zoom of approximately 3X.  

The WideSHOT was designed from the ground up and is equipped with the Vaddio EZCamera Cat-5 wiring interface standard for video, power and control.  Using HSDS (differential) video outputs over Cat. 5 cable, the WideSHOT supplies a wide range of video resolutions that are selectable from 480p/59.94-YPbPr up to and including 1080p/60. The HSDS processing allows delivery of the WideSHOT HD video signals up to 150'.  

The USB Mini was designed to require simple and effective USB 2.0, 720p/30 streaming and capture capabilities without the need for local analog or digital video outputs.  The USB Mini uses UVC (Universal Video Class) drivers, so whatever resolution the UC application needs, the USB Mine will auto negotiate.

The USB Mini powers the camera, returns HSDS (differential) video with connectivity distances up to 150' using the Vaddio standard two Cat. 5 wiring platform.  The USB Mini also offers an easy mounting either on-wall or under-table with an integrated mounting tab.  

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