Intuitive Camera Control for Ease of Use and One-Person Operation
A ZOOM/FOCUS rocker mounted on the joystick manages pan and tilt operations for zoom and focus control and intuitive single-handed operation. The built-in touch display allows for easy and quick operation of all essential camera functions.
PoE+* support enables power supply via a LAN cable. Additionally, a dual system GPIO (general purpose input/output) terminal is equipped as standard.
Touch Panel GUI for High-Quality Operability and Visibility
The touch panel GUI monitor supports camera image display during shooting as well as a variety of operations. The panel is equipped only with buttons that are frequently used, with menu and camera switching operations, indicators and other functions consolidated in the touch panel GUI.
Touch Focus Function Equipped
The focus is quickly aligned to the area touched by tapping the screen. In addition, the Focus in Red display assists with aligning focus by framing the part that is in-focus in red.
Camera Settings Copied to Multiple Cameras
Scene files, system settings files and other camera settings can be saved on the AW-RP150GJ SD card. These settings can then be copied to multiple cameras via the SD card. This massively reduces on-location setup time when shooting at events with large numbers of cameras.
Smooth Creation of Cropped Images
The cropping function loaded on the AW-UE150W/K can be controlled from the AW-RP150GJ. Images output from the AW-UE150W/K to the monitor can be cropped in three different locations displayed with colored frames (yellow/green/magenta), and fine-tuned with the joystick as you watch. Required images can be cropped precisely and simply.
Preset Memory for Simple Camera Control
Registration of the camera angle and other remote camera settings allows them to be easily recalled from the touch panel GUI monitor. The movement speed for play back the preset memory can be set by the specified speed or time.
Pan and tilt position
White balance settings
Crop position coordinates
Lens aperture (manual iris only)
Tracing Memory for Memory and Recall of Camera Operations
The tracing memory function records a series of operation performed for the remote camera. Up to 5 minutes for 10 operations can be memorized for a single camera, and that trajectory can then be reproduced.
Multiple-Camera Connection Supported for Large-Scale Systems
IP connection via a switching hub can be used to control up to 200 remote cameras. Up to 5 remote cameras can be controlled in a serial connection.