The Panasonic AW-HE60SN is a full HD integrated pan/tilt/zoom camera with HD/SD-SDI output and live IP image monitoring for remote preview and control, plus a Night Mode for shooting in extremely low light with IR illumination. Offering a sleek light weight compact design and turn-lock mounting, the HE60S combines outstanding image quality, smooth pan/tilt/zoom operation, genlock and easy integration for superior HD and SD production and video communications. The HE60S utilize a 1/3" full HD MOS sensor 1920 x1080, along with advanced features such as Dynamic Range Stretch (DRS) technology and Hybrid 2D/3D Noise Reduction processing. It produces smooth, sharp HD video with up to 850 lines of horizontal resolution in a wide range of lighting conditions and environments.
The AW-HE60SN camera provides remote IP control and live IP image monitoring that offer many advantages - such as reduced integration costs, easy remote production and engineering and lower cost for multiple location systems, making it ideal for sports, education, house of worship and government applications. IP monitoring is displayed in at up to 30fps in VGA (640 x 480) and QVGA (320 x 240). Multi-view monitoring, of up to 16 cameras on a single display, is available in M-JPEG only. Furthering the versatility of this function, remote IP monitoring is available on mobile devices such as iPhone, iPad, Android, as well as conventional displays.
The AW-HE60SN camera incorporates a highly-accurate pan-tilt head that offers precise, fast, fluid movement in all directions, enabling the capture of both slow and fast-moving objects without excessive vibration and bounce. With an 18X HD optical zoom plus 10X digital zoom, the HE60S is suitable for shooting in both large and small venues. In addition, the Night Mode feature permits shooting in ultra low illumination with the use of an optional IR illuminator. This makes it ideal for use in reality show production, sleep labs and other specialized applications. The cameras switchable IR cut filter allows for switching between daytime view and high-resolution, black-and-white nighttime/IR video.