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Sony BRC-Z330 High Definition 1/3 1CMOS PTZ Color Remote Video Camera

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Product Highlights

  • Compact Frame
  • 18x Optical Zoom
  • 1080i, 720p and Standard Definition Output Capability
  • CMOS Sensor
  • 1080 HD
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About Sony BRC-Z330

The Sony BRC-Z330 is a high definition PTZ camera featuring a 1/3" 2-MegaPixel CMOS image sensor and is designed for a wide variety of remote video applications. The unit answers today's growing demand for full HD images from robotic cameras. The camera's wide pan/tilt ranges and smooth pan/tilt/zoom capability make it perfect for deployment in locations such as houses of worship and auditoriums, as well as educational facilities, conferences and concerts halls.

Sony BRC-Z330 Features

  • Compact Frame: The compact and light housing makes installation and operation quick and easy. Thanks to the adoption of a direct-drive pan/tilt mechanism, it has a quiet operation that minimizes interference with ongoing events, helping it blend in naturally with the surrounding environment
  • 18x Optical Zoom: By incorporating an 18x optical zoom lens, the BRC-Z330 enables users to zoom in on small or distant objects with a high degree of accuracy. The use of a 4x digital zoom in combination with the lens greater improves its zooming capability, up to 72x! Very Cool
  • 1080i, 720p and Standard Definition Output Capability: The camera simultaneously delivers stunning high definition images in 1080i and 720p, while still having capability for output standard definition

Sony BRC-Z330 Specifications

Signal System
NTSC/PAL
Image Sensor
1/3" Color CMOS
Number of Pixels
2 Megapixels
Resolution
1080/59.94i, 1080/50i, 720/59.94p, 720/50p NTSC, PAL
Lens
18x Optical Zoom
Focal Length: 4.6-82.8mm
F1.6-2.2
Horizontal Angle of View
3.3-55.1Deg.
Iris Operation
No
Minimum Illumination
6 Lux (50 IRE, +24dB Gain)
Signal to Noise Ratio
50dB
Pan Angle
±175Deg.
Pan Speed
0.25-60Deg./s
Tilt Angle
-30-90Deg.
Tilt Speed
0.25-60Deg./s
Preset Positions
16
Microphone
No
Picture Control
Gain
White Balance
Image Flip
Video Output
Composite: BNC (x1 Output)
Component/RGB: 15-Pin S-Sub (x1 Output)
S-Video: 4-Pin Mini DIN (x1 Output)
Audio Output
No
Motion Detection
No
Sync System
External: BNC
Control Port
RS-232C: 8-Pin Mini DIN, VISCA (x1 Input, x1 Output)
RS-422: 9-Pin Plug, VISCA (x1 Input, x1 Output)
Communication Protocol
VISCA RS-232C, RS-422
Alarm I/O
No
White Balance
Auto1, Auto2, Indoor, Outdoor, One-Push, Manual
Power Requirements
10.8-13.2VDC
Power Consumption
18W
Operating Temperature
32-104Deg.F (0-40Deg.C)
Storage Temperature
-4-140Deg.F (-20-60Deg.C)
Dimensions (W x D x H)
6.4 x 7.6 x 7.4" (16.1 x 19.3 x 18.6cm)
Weight
4 lbs (1.9kg)
Mfr #
BRCZ330
SKU
SOBRCZ330

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5.0

Great condition, lens looks amazing

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Except that Adorama was closed for 1.5 weeks over the Easter break, I had a great experience with them. It just feels a bit long to be closed over a holiday season, especially for all of the churches that are in need of last minute gear.

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Chris t  What is the maximum distance for the remote?
RODNEY B  I use the remote controller to controll 3 different cameras linked one to the oher in sequence. I have 3 cords with lengths of (I think )100' each. So far no issues have come up. I say "I think" because I have various lengths and think I am currently using 3 one hundred foot cords. All my chords are 50' or longer.
Chris t  What is the maximum distance for the remote?
RODNEY B  I use the remote controller to controll 3 different cameras linked one to the oher in sequence. I have 3 cords with lengths of (I think )100' each. So far no issues have come up. I say "I think" because I have various lengths and think I am currently using 3 one hundred foot cords. All my chords are 50' or longer.
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