01.24.2013 12:34 PM
Originally featured on BroadcastEngineering.com
Vaddio adds factory-calibrated lighting presets to Quick-Connect Universal CCU

Vaddio has added factory-calibrated preset configurations to allow users to quickly run through preset lighting environment scenes for each ClearVIEW HD-Series PTZ camera. These presets are suggested starting points for further adjustment. 

The new presets include fully automatic mode, incandescent high-light, incandescent low-light, fluorescent high-light, fluorescent low-light and an outdoor mode.

  1. Fully Automatic: Out-of-Box Default
  2. Incandescent High-Light: Added gain compensation for a low-lit lamp area
  3. Incandescent Low-Light: Highly-lit lamps in a bright home or studio lighting
  4. Fluorescent Low-Light: Added gain compensation for a low-lit office area (bad lighting)
  5. Fluorescent High-Light: Highly-lit office area with really good lighting
  6. Outdoor Lighting: Typical sunny daylight

Outputs for the new CCU now include HD-SDI/SDI, HDMI and analog HD component for extreme flexibility in system design and integration. All three outputs are live simultaneously. A new industrial design enables the adjustment of white balance, color, pedestal, gamma, knee, chroma, detail, iris and gain functions with the press of a button. These controls deliver a more accurate representation of the image that is being captured, and the ability to color-match and shade multiple cameras.

For more information about how to update Vaddio’s new Quick-Connect Universal CAT-5 CCU, please visit www.vaddio.com or by phone at (763) 971-4400.



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