What do you look for in a PTZ camera? If your answer is stunning image quality coupled
with smooth robotic control at an affordable price, take a look at Sony’s new SRG Camera Series. The new SRG series joins Sony’s widely used EVI and BRC product lines, giving customers a greater choice of high-quality remote camera options.
The SRG-300H/W is a new desktop and ceiling mount 1080p/60 HD PTZ white camera with a 30x optical zoom. It incorporates Sony’s high sensitivity 1/2.8-type Exmor™ CMOS sensor with the latest imaging technology and field-proven operability. The SRG-300H/W is equipped with several new features including View-DR processing to master the harshest lighting conditions as well as the industry recognized VISCA™ protocol and built-in IP control. In addition, the SRG-300H is available in a black or white housing. Compatible controllers include the CPITV4S, RMBR300 and the RMIP10 IP controller.
The SRG-300H/W is ideal for house of worship, videoconferencing, distance learning, entertainment/seminar venues and remote monitoring of small to medium sized rooms.
High Image Quality: The SRG cameras incorporate Sony’s high-sensitivity 1/2.8 -type Exmor CMOS sensor and the latest View-DR™ technology. Also their 60p shooting capability realizes smooth, reduced blur life-like images.
View-DR (Wide Dynamic Range) Feature: View-DR provides extremely wide dynamic range with Sony’s full-capture Wide-D technology - utilizing the Exmor™ CMOS sensor’s high-speed readout capability and Visibility Enhancer (VE) that provides a high level of chrominance and luminance. Achieves up to 130dB. (29.97fps)
XDNR™ Technology: XDNR technology reduces noise and provides clear images in both moving and still objects under low light conditions.
Camera Control: VISCA over IP technology allows for control of camera over an IP connection.
1/2.8 Exmor CMOS
30x Optical/12x Digital Zoom Lens Focal Length - f=4.3 mm (wide) to 129 mm (tele) Focal Length - F1.6 to 4.7
Minimum Object Distance
10mm (wide end) / 1200mm (tele end)
1/1 to 1/10000 sec (59.94 Hz system) 1/1 to 1/10000 sec (50 Hz system)