The wide angle lens covers a generous over-102 Degree (with distortion correction: 85 Degree ) field of view (horizontal), allowing the camera to see an entire subject, even from very close range. It can also capture the entire audience in a classroom or auditorium-even from tricky positions where it’s hard to install an ordinary room camera.
Streaming video, power and camera control signals are all carried over a standard Ethernet cable, reducing installation costs and simplifying integration in today’s IP networked production environments.
Robust, stylish and compact
Measuring just 2.85 x 2.02 x 4.79 in and weighing 14 oz, the SRG-XP1 can be readily integrated into any environment. Upper and lower tripod mounts increase installation flexibility. Rear panel guards assure extra robustness, and the large, easy-to-read tally lamp is useful in multiple-camera setups.
Wide field of view
The wide angle lens covers a generous over-102 Degree (with distortion correction: 85 Degree ) field of view (horizontal). As well as accommodating the presenter’s entire face or body from close range without cropping, it can also cover the entire room, ensuring that everyone is visible in the frame.
Multiple streaming outputs
Streaming video available over HDMI, Ethernet, and USB 3.0 interfaces offers even greater operational flexibility.
Note: UVC full functionality will be supported by the end of 2020.
Easy IP connectivity, single-cable installation
Camera control, PoE, and streaming video output are carried over a single Ethernet cable, reducing installation costs and simplifying integration in space-restricted or hard-to-reach locations. Full IP integration includes support for Real Time Streaming Protocol (RTSP), Real Time Messaging Protocol (RTMP), and Secure Reliable Transport (SRT). Support for NDI |HX is included license.
High quality 4K 60p images
The camera’s large 1/1.8-type Exmor R CMOS sensor captures smooth, crisply detailed 4K 60p video with excellent low-light sensitivity.
Broadcast-style tally light
The camera-mounted tally light gives visual confirmation to the lecturer or presenter when the camera is active. The horizontal-bar-style light is easily visible to both performer/presenter and director.
Connect an external microphone or line-level source to capture clear pictures with sound in lecture theaters and meeting rooms or on reality TV shows.