The camera includes SRT, HTTP, RTSP, RTMP/RTMPS, and standard protocols. With SRT open-source technology now becoming synonymous with JVC cameras, PTZ users are afforded a truly future-proofed solution with continual firmware updates. The advanced streaming capabilities of the incorporated SRT technology adds automatic repeat request (ARQ) and forward error correction (FEC) to prevent packet loss typically found on internet connections. It also offers stream encryption for content protection.
Additionally, with the incorporated Vertical Interval Time Code (VITC) with Network Time Protocol (NTP), the new JVC PTZ camera also feature multi-camera synchronization for live event production. This feature is ideal for the mixing and streaming of concerts, shows, sports, and other live productions where image synchronization is crucial. Remote control capabilities are made possible through the JVC RM-LP100 Remote Camera Controller.
The KY-PZ200N and KY-PZ200 include an HD 1/2.8-inch progressive CMOS image sensor, as well as a 20x optical zoom reaching out to 606.9mm @35mm equivalence. These cameras have HDMI and 3G-SDI, RJ45 with PoE, RS232, and RS485 interfaces standard.
The new KY-PZ200N and KY-PZ200 support UVC (USB Video class) and can be used as a webcam. The KY-PZ200N and 200 can be connected directly to a PC using a USB cable (Sold Separately) and can be used in place of a webcam. It can be used as a camera for shooting and distributing high-quality high magnification images for web conferences and remote lectures. The New KY-PZ200N and KY-PZ200 are scheduled for fall timing.