NewTek Debuts PTZ Camera With NDI|HX3

The new IP-based pan-tilt-zoom PTZ3 camera offers low-latency, low bandwidth, and higher quality via NDI|HX3 and professional audio.

Users can select NDI|HX 3 as an option for better video with reduced latency – using a fraction of the bandwidth it is claimed. Also unique to the PTZ3, is professional-level audio connectivity, raising the bar for audio quality in PTZ cameras everywhere.

"The PTZ3 overcomes some common challenges that have impacted PTZ usability in the past through an innovative approach to preset recalls, low latency and high quality with NDI|HX3, and single cable connection,” says William Waters, Head of Product Management, NewTek.

“NewTek was the first to deliver a PTZ camera that used the revolutionary NDI technology, the world’s largest and fastest-growing IP production protocol. By continuing to work closely with the NDI team, NewTek have been able to develop, from the ground up, the PTZ3. With the integration of NDI|HX3; the PTZ3 gives the option to deliver low latency transmission with reduced bandwidth, while maintaining the visually lossless standards NDI users demand.”

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