Full NDI PTZ Cameras. Levelled Up.
P110 and P120 set a new benchmark in format support, connection flexibility, and picture quality, with excellent lowlight performance. Housing a Sony Exmor R back-illuminated sensor and BirdDog’s custom NDI® silicon, P110 & P120 offer four output options including NDI®, SDI, HDMI for live production work, and UVC USB for connecting to Zoom & Teams. Output multiple flavours of NDI® including Full NDI®, NDI®|HX2, and HX3, as well as other options including SRT, h.264, and Cloud Connect. It even supports FreeD output for AR/VR workflows. There’s also an OLED display to show the IP address, 360° degree mohawk tally, filter thread, and free Auto-Tracking available. And yes, the cameras support NDI® 5 natively.
P110. P120. Same Same but Different.
P110 features 10x and P120 has 20x optical Zoom. Giving you ultimate flexibility to choose the perfect camera for your next production or meeting. In smaller studio and meeting spaces, P110 is your perfect companion, in larger areas with longer distance requirements, P120 adds additional reach and flexibility.
Sony Exmor R Sensor. Lowlight is a highlight.
With a Sony Exmor R™ back-illuminated CMOS image sensor, P110 and P120 deliver beautiful images with significantly enhanced imaging characteristics including enhanced low noise sensitivity.
The BirdUI. With heads up display.
P110 & P120 feature the world’s most comprehensive interface for PTZ cameras. System statistics including the number of active connections, current bandwidth usage, and network traffic are presented in an intuitive way to give you the information you need at a quick glance.
NDI® 5. Welcome to the party pal.
Full NDI® 5 support is built right in to P110 &P120 for maximum compatibility across all NDI® ecosystems.
RUDP. Trust us, it’s awesome.
Reliable User Datagram Protocol (now you know why we say RUDP) reduces overall network load as not every packet needs to be acknowledged by every receiver. RUDP has error correction built in for smoothness and maximum reliability so you can be confident your packets are getting to where they need to go.
NDI® Genlock. Let that Sync in.
With NDI® Genlock you can select any NDI® source to be the timing master for your fleet of P110 or P120 cameras – allowing them all to operate off the same time-base, providing more predictable timing in multi camera environments. Perfect for greater continuity when recording concerts, conferences, and live productions. Do not believe it to be a matter of hope, it is simply a matter of time.
FreeD. For free.
FreeD is a protocol for sending PTZ positioning data to AR/VR systems including Unreal Engine, Brainstorm, Vizrt’s Viz Virtual Studio, and many more. Both P100 & P120 now support FreeD and it’s all built right into the BirdUI. FreeD function is currently in beta. Final release coming soon.
NDI® Video Scopes.
All P110 & P120 can generate scopes in camera to send out as NDI®, NDI® Proxy, or both. This allows for monitoring scopes on the NDI® Proxy while sending a clean main NDI® feed simultaneously. Choose from Histogram, Waveform, Vectorscope, or RGB Parade and the position on the NDI® stream.
360° Mohawk Tally.
The innovative and totally punk mohawk tally gives a full 360º view so you’ll never be caught out wondering which camera you need to be talking to. You talkin’ to me?
Unique Numbering System.
Removable silicon numbers at the back of the P110 and P120 give additional Tally vision and allow switcher operators to easily identify cameras.
The super handy OLED allows for information such as IP Address, Device Name, Stream Name, Resolution, and Frame Rate. Thanks to Jason it can also be turned off in the BirdUI.
Globally Connected. No computers needed.
By adding a BirdDog Cloud subscription, you can now access the PTZ cameras and all features from anywhere in the world. No computers needed on the camera side. For more information about BirdDog Cloud click here.
All formats supported. Well almost.
Along with Full NDI® P110 & P120 support an insane amount of formats including NDI®|HX2, NDI®|HX3, SRT, h.264 for low bandwidth requirements.