Sony officially announced that it will launch a new series of Sony PTZ Camera, models SRG-X40UH, and SRG-H40UH, which are expected to be available in September this year.
It is reported that these two camera-like gimbal cameras both use 4K Exmor RCMOS imagers, which can provide high-quality 4K/HD images and have the powerful zoom and wide-angle capabilities.
Both gimbal cameras provide excellent detail and high-quality images in a variety of environments, with natural color reproduction and high sensitivity to capture clear images even in low light detail.
In addition, the SRG-X40UH and SRG-H40UH are equipped with clear zoom technology, which can achieve 40x high-definition zoom, or 30x 4K zoom, and has a 70° wide-angle shooting capability.
On the interface, this series of PTZ cameras are equipped with UVC and HDMI interfaces and support PoE+, which can be easily integrated into existing systems and remote controlled using VISCA/VISCA over IP commands.
At present, Sony has not announced the price and specific release time of the SRG-X40UH and SRG-H40UH PTZ cameras.