The JVC KY-PZ510WU Ultra Wide 4K Auto-Tracking PTZ Camera (White) features 4K60P HEVC SRT streaming with multi-slice encoding technology to reduce latency for superior image quality. This camera boasts a super-wide 80-degree field of view - perfect for studios, classrooms, corporate settings, event facilities, sports venues, and houses of worship. The camera is available in both black and white. New SMART auto-tracking feature which can automatically follow one person and allow users to select one of multiple people within its field of view. Additionally, Vertical Interval Time Code (VITC) with Network Time Protocol (NTP) provides multi-camera synchronization for seamless live event production.
The KY-PZ510WU can simultaneously output SRT, RTSP/RTP, RTMP, and RTMPS for hybrid local/remote workflows to deliver the highest quality distribution to the world's most popular CDNs.
HEVC SRT 4K60p Streaming
Using the latest HEVC technology, the KY-PZ510WU can support multi-slice encoding to ensure higher quality video at lower bitrates for remote production over the internet (REMI). The camera also supports H.264 encoding, which offers increased compatibility with a variety of hardware and software applications. Furthermore, the 4K60p streaming delivers natural imagery in settings with a lot of movements, such as sports and live events.
Super Wide Angle
The camera's super-wide horizontal angle of view (80 degrees) and focal length of 21.8 to 261.8mm are the perfect way to present live-action events as well as the full scope of a classroom, auditorium, or house of worship.
The SMART auto-tracking function of the cameras means that operators can set the camera to focus on and follow one person in the view, such as an instructor, pastor or specific person in live production.
Multi-camera synchronization of live video streams is made possible with the VITC (Vertical Interval Time Code) and NTP (Network Time Protocol) used in 1080 60p mode. This feature is ideal for the mixing and streaming of concerts, shows, and sporting events where image synchronization is critical.