AT Communications Sets Sights on Touring with the First 4K Panasonic UE160 PTZ Cameras in the UK
Bracknell, UK. 10th May 2023 – One of UK’s leading AV hire companies, AT Communications (ATC), is the first in the UK to stock Panasonic’s latest generation 4K AW-UE160 PTZ cameras with ambitions to expand its position in the music festival and touring sector. As soon as the company saw a demonstration they recognised immediately that this was the rental and staging camera that would help them achieve their ambitions.
“The moment we saw the UE160 in action, we knew it was a game changer,” said James Speer, Rental Manager at ATC. “What really caught our eye was the moiré filter, the quality of picture and the interfaces. We were looking at the next generation PTZ camera.”
ATC is a specialist in the corporate and events markets and has its sights sets on expanding further into the touring and festival space from its Midlands and London bases. The company can provide a full service from design to show with the largest revenues coming from its LED wall hire.
“We wanted new PTZ cameras that would work effectively with the LED walls and when Panasonic offered us a demonstration, we were keen to see what the latest generation could offer,” explained James. “This latest Panasonic UE160 PTZ camera is on another level. We were proud to have been the first in the UK to have them and they went straight out on tour. It’s still early days but the client reviews are that this is the next chapter in PTZ cameras.”
The UE160 4K PTZ camera features a newly developed 4K 1” MOS sensor that offers the highest sensitivity of Panasonic’s entire PTZ line-up. Production teams shooting at venues can easily capture clear images even in the most challenging lighting conditions. Meanwhile, the UE160’s new optical low pass filter reduces the effect of moiré for clearer picture quality when shooting against an LED wall, which is especially important for touring, festival and events. Its high-speed frame rate will help broadcasters capture slow motion shots in HD, while seamless integration with the robotic camera system brings live broadcast-style movements to the PTZ, resulting in a dynamic and highly engaging video production.
Along with the outstanding high sensitivity of F14 / 2,000 LX and its High-Bandwidth NDI capability, the UE160 is also the first ever compact PTZ camera to support SMPTE ST2110, an IP transmission standard for the broadcasting industry, and wireless transmission with a 5G mobile router (via USB tethering). It supports return input and a rear tally lamp that can also be lit in yellow, which are essential for combined operation with system cameras. In addition, it is equipped with a cropping zoom function that can output multiple-angle video with a single camera and 2x high-speed output (HD) from SDI/HDMI.
For the full customer story visit: https://eu.connect.panasonic.com/gb/en/case-studies/AT-communications-first-4k-ue160-ptz-cameras-uk
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