PTZ is an abbreviation for pan, tilt, and zoom and reflects the movement options of the camera, and a pan–tilt–zoom camera (PTZ camera) is a camera that is capable of remote directional and zoom control. A PTZ camera is not a still camera. Instead, it could move the camera and the lens, and that means a single camera can be used to monitor places that should be covered by multiple ones. You can save a lot of cost and time in purchasing and deploying the camera if a PTZ camera can handle the job. With its moveable lens, you will also be able to zoom the camera to see a specific area that you are interested in. To conclude, it’s “do more with less.
Note: Camera Board is not included in this kit
To use this camera, please follow this tutorial for hardware and software setup.
- Real PTZ with servos for directional control and varifocal lens for optical zoom now comes to the Raspberry Pi and Jetson Nano / Xavier NX
- Switchable IR Cut through software for your day/night vision
- Make full use of the CSI connector now that a single camera can be used to monitor places that should be covered by multiple ones
- Autofocus control, pan/tilt/zoom keyboard control supported in software
- 8MP IMX219 Camera board
1 x Arducam PTZ Pan Tilt Zoom Camera Controller for Raspberry Pi 4/3B+/3
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