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Panasonic AW-HN38H 22X Zoom HD PTZ Camera with NDI (White)

Panasonic AW-HN38H 22X Zoom HD PTZ Camera with NDI (White)

  • 1/2.3" Full HD MOS Sensor
  • HDMI and NDI|HX
  • 22x Optical & 16x Digital Zoom
  • Pan/Tilt Speed of 90°/sec
  • ±175° Pan Range
  • -30 to 90° Tilt Range
$2,095.00
Ships in 1-2 Weeks

The Panasonic AW-HN38H 22X Zoom HD PTZ Camera with NDI (White) is a fully integrated robotic camera with IP-based live production delivering full HD video directly to NDI-compatible systems, devices, and applications such as NewTek TriCaster, NewTek’s IP Series, Livestream Studio, OBS, Streamstar, Wirecast, vMix, Panasonic AV-HLC100 NDI Switcher, and all other NDI 2.0 or higher enable products. Using POE+ technology with just a single RJ-45 cable, the camera can output Video/Audio, Control, Power, and Tally across your existing network infrastructure.

AW-HN38H Features:

  • 1/2.3-Type MOS
  • 22x Optical zoom plus 30x i.Zoom & 16x Digital Zoom
  • IP Connectivity for web interface and control plus PoE+ support for single-cable power, streaming, and camera control
  • HDMI Video Output, in addition to USB and microSD card built-in recording
  • NDI|HX - PoE+ for Power, Ultra-Low Latency Audio/Video, Tally & Control via a Single Cable

The cost-effective Panasonic AW-HN38H with integrated NDI|HX full HD PTZ cameras in white advanced features including Power over Ethernet+ (POE+) and IP-live video monitoring. The AW-HN38H pan/tilt/zoom camera incorporates newly-developed 1/2.3-type full HD MOS sensors and Digital Signal Processors (DSP) for high sensitivity, high resolution, and superior video capture in a wide range of shooting conditions.

The Panasonic HN38H camera is designed to produce great results in a variety of applications that require high-quality video and precise control-such as conference video, event capture, staging, distance learning, and houses-of-worship. Thanks to their precision 22X optical zoom lenses, wide field of view, smooth PTZ functions, and exceptional image quality, the HN38H camera is ideal for demanding remote production and IMAG use. With IP-Preview transmission and control, and support for PoE+ (which allows power to be supplied via a LAN cable), the HN38H also offers the flexibility needed for easy installation and management. Incorporates the versatile IP/Serial/Web control system and IP pioneered in Panasonic's AW-HE60 series cameras. IP, RS-422, RSN/A232C in/out interfaces are included, and a built-in Web-server enables both Browser control and IP-live preview and setup of up to 16 cameras. Serial and IP control is available using Panasonic's AW-RP50N, AW-RP120G controllers, and AK-HRP200G paintbox, as well as appropriately programmed systems from Crestron, AMX, Winnov, and other manufacturers. A new Freeze-During-Preset function can be enabled to store and display a video still-frame during preset recall and camera movement to improve the viewer experience during rapid on-air moves or in single camera use.

Panasonic HN38H camera incorporates a highly-accurate pan-tilt head (with a pan of +/-175° and a tilt of -30° to 90°) that offers precise, fast, fluid movement in all directions, enabling the capture of both slow and fast-moving objects without excessive vibration and bounce. The cameras deliver many international HD signal formats including: 1080/59.94p/50p, 1080/59.94i/50i, 1080/29.97p/25p, 1080/29.97PsF/25PsF, and720/59.94p/50p.

Other key features include three-step gamma correction and seven-step chroma level adjustment for exceptional creative control, up to 100 pre-set memories for rapid and precise shot recall, an electronic shutter with synchro scan, and built-in tally light for remote studio use. The cameras' included ceiling mount attaches with a simple turn-lock mounting mechanism to facilitate quick and easy installation. The HN38H series cameras can also be used with Panasonic's cost-effective optional outdoor housings.

NDI version 3 has dramatically improved on an already simple workflow with SDK enhancements that improve encoding performance, multicast support with FEC (Forward Error Correction), standardized PTZ control commands and tally, and the addition of the High-Efficiency Mode, NDI|HX, which allows hardware converters and cameras to enter the NDI world.

 

 

 

 

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IN THE BOX

Panasonic AW-UE100 4K NDI PTZ Streaming Camera
Ceiling Mounting Bracket
AC to DC Adapter
Limited 1-Year Warranty

   
GENERAL  
Built-In NDI|HX Yes
Image Sensor 1/2.3" MOS
Optical Zoom 22x
i.Zoom

30x

Digital Zoom 16x
FOV (Horizontal) 61.6° (W) - 2.9° (T)
FOV (Vertical) 37.0° (W) - 1.6° (T)
FOV (Diagonal) 68.7° (W) - 3.3° (T)
Focus Auto / Manual
Horizontal Resolution 1000 lines
Minimum Illumination 0.35 lx
Gain 0 dB - 48dB
Control Serial / IP / IR
Power PoE+ or AC
PTZ  
Pan Range ±175 degrees
Tilt Range -30 to 90°
Pan / Tilt Speed 300°/s (Preset) | 90°/s (M)
Operation Noise NC35 or Less
VIDEO OUTPUT  
LAN
HDMI
USB
CONTROL  
Browser (PC/Mac/Mobile) via IP)
Auto Tracking* AW-SF100
Auto Tracking Server* AW-SF200
iPhone / iPad Pro LIVECTRL App
Wide-Angle Tablet Control AW-HEA10
IR Remote Control AW-RM50
Compact Controller AW-RP50
Full-Size Controller AW-RP120
Remote Operation Panel AK-HRP200
Compact Live Switcher AW-HS50N
Live Production Center (Streaming Switcher/Controller) AV-HLC100
FEATURES  
IP Live Preview
Simultaneous Multi-Stream
Image Stabilization Electronic
Night Mode (for IR)
Dynamic Range Stretch (DRS)
Audio Input / Embedding
Color Temperature Adjustment
Presets Up to 100
microSD Card Recording
High Dynamic Range (HDR)
Fanless Design
ND Filters -
Genlock -
Advanced Color Adjustment -
Digital Noise Reduction (DNR) -
OPTIONS & ACCESSORIES  
Portable Recorder AG-UMR20
Wall Mount (Black) FEC-40WMK
Wall Mount (White) FEC-40WMW
WEIGHT & INSTALLATION  
Weight 3.30 lbs
Installation Tripod, Wall, Ceiling
Mount Position Invertible
Standard Warranty 1 Year
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