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Lamar Intros 360° HD PTZ and Studio Version

The company is also introducing the Klearlink HD wireless backhaul system that can be transmit and output video at distances to 32 kilometers (20 miles). 

Tulsa, Okla.-based Lamar Systems has unveiled its first high-definition indoor robotic camera designed for broadcast studios, videoconferencing, distance learning, training and other applications.

It can have up to 10 PTZ pre-sets and captures in 1080p, 1080i, and 720p, supporting multiple output formats.

Lamar Systems studio PTZ

It can be controlled remotely up to 2,000 feet away or wirelessly with a 3-D desktop joystick controller. Lamar Systems is also introducing the Klearlink HD system for remote studio applications. This wireless backhaul system can be used to transmit and output HD-SDI video or optional ASI at distances to 32 kilometers (20 miles).

Lamar Systems also introduced the Hawkeye | HD PRO to its product line of HD PTZ cameras.

The 16:9 system boasts a 360° continuously rotating HD-SDI output via a newly developed fiber-optic system. The fiber optic output allows the HD-SDI receiver to be up to 20 kilometers (13 miles) away from the system.

It’s weatherproof and comes with a built-in ND filter.

Lamar Systems