USB enterprise class peripherals are a very significant addition to a conferencing or collaborative working environment. PC-based conferencing and lecture capture applications offer flexibility and economic advantages, but it is important that the audio and video accessories are up to the job.
Angekis helped pioneer the USB PTZ camera market with one of the first USB video conference cameras back in 2011. Since then, they have developed their range of USB-enabled cameras so that there is a solution for almost all applications.
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For PC-based conferencing in a medium-large sized room, the Angekis Blade VS USB camera should be your go-to. Crystal clear, Full-HD optics provides exceptional image quality and a 10x optical zoom allows you to get right into the details.
A 62.5-degree HFOV ensures you can fit the important areas of your meeting room into shot. Dynamic Start-up on the Angekis Blade VS lets users preset the default start-up position of the camera, reducing meeting setup time even further.
Take control of the Blade VS through video conferencing software like Zoom via USB, connect an external controller to the Blade using VISCA, Angekis' desktop app or simply using the IR remote.
A 4K version of Blade is available for supplying the highest quality video to your conferencing setup. With a USB 3.0 output, the Blade 4K can transmit 2160P/30 video feeds to your PC. In addition to the increased image resolution, the Blade 4K has an increased HFOV of 86.5-degree meaning it can be used in smaller spaces and with the room occupants sat closer to the camera.
The optical zoom of the Blade 4K differs depending on the image resolution you choose to use. If you're using the Blade 4K with its 4K resolution, you'll have a 5x optical zoom, whereas if you're using it at 1080P you'll get 15x.
Like the Blade VS, the 4K is Zoom Room controller supported, has near end control via Angekis' desktop app, an IR remote and VISCA over RS-232.