The Panasonic AW-UE4 is a great new PTZ camera from Panasonic, without the mechanical movement. Instead, the UE4 shoots in 4K and allows for virtual PTZ capability, by selecting a 1080p region of interest.
Panasonic recently released some great videos detailing how to set up this awesome streaming camera, check them out below.
There are three different ways to configure the new AW-UE4 camera for different workflows: over IP, HDMI or USB.
Follow Dean Offord, Sales Engineer Panasonic Broadcast & ProAV, as he explains the easy set up of the AW-UE4 over IP.
You will only need a laptop, network cable and PoE hub in addition to the camera.
Download the “Easy IP Set-up”-tool for free here.
The new AW-UE4 compact 4K PTZ wide angle camera with IP streaming camera is capable of video output with three interfaces, HDMI, LAN and USB and is equipped with an ultra-wide-angle lens with a 111° field of view to capture every part of even the largest spaces and transmit wide-angle video in limited installation space. Designed with a single-cable solution for video transmission, camera control and power supply, the UE4 supports Power over Ethernet and can also be used as a USB camera powered from a computer. It boasts high-performance operability through RTMP (Real-Time Messaging Protocol) compatibility for direct upload of video to live-streaming services, and is also excellent for live production. The UE4 is ideal for large or small areas, from huddle spaces to e-sports productions.