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Vaddio to Distribute Panasonic Cameras

Vaddio, a designer and OEM distributor of specialty PTZ cameras and camera control systems for broadcasting, AV, and videoconferencing markets, announced the addition of Panasonic Robotic PTZ cameras 10/29/2008 6:22 AM Eastern

Vaddio to Distribute Panasonic Cameras

Vaddio, a designer and OEM distributor of specialty PTZ cameras and camera control systems for broadcasting, AV, and videoconferencing markets, announced the addition of Panasonic Robotic PTZ cameras to its product line.

Vaddio, a designer and OEM distributor of specialty PTZ cameras and camera control systems for broadcasting, AV, and videoconferencing markets, announced the addition of Panasonic Robotic PTZ cameras to its product line.

"By teaming the Panasonic AW-HE100 integrated HD/SD camera with Vaddios' Cat-5 transmission system, users have an easy-to-use, easy-to-install camera solution with outstanding picture quality and smooth pan/tilt/zoom capabilities," said John Baisley, president of Panasonic Broadcast & Television Systems Co., in a statement.

Two of the cameras Vaddio plans to distribute ar the WallView Pro HE100 and the WallView CCU HE100, both based on Panasonic's AW-HE100 robotic cameras. The WallView Pro HE100 allows the use of standard Cat-5 cabling to run HD video, camera power, and camera control up to 500 feet.

Vaddio's High Speed Differential Signaling (HSDS) provides a high-bandwidth, low-loss video signal to maintain the HD quality up to 500 feet, according to the company. The WallView CCU HE100 adds Vaddio's Camera Control Unit (CCU) image control technology, which allows the user to adjust the camera's iris, gain, color, pedestal, chroma, gamma, and detail. It also runs both HD and SD video, camera power, black burst sync, and camera control up to 500 feet along Cat-5 cables.

According to company officials, in developing the two camera packages, Vaddio re-engineered the AW-HE100 internal camera power supply from 110/220 AC to 12V DC, allowing the camera to be installed anywhere, regardless of local power availability.



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