Avonic introduces its new CM70-NDI

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With the introduction of the CM70-NDI, Avonic adds a new high-quality camera to its CM70-series. The NDI® protocol has recently gained more momentum as more and more webinar and live production studios are being built using full IP setup. By adding the CM70-NDI PTZ camera to its assortment, Avonic provides an answer to the increased demand for simplified IP connectivity within PROAV fixed install projects. Available in black and white and now shipping!

The CM70-NDI is a high-quality PTZ camera with concurrent HDMI, 3G-SDI, USB 2.0 and IP stream ethernet outputs. The CM70-NDI is equipped with high-efficient IP technology called NDI®|HX. This all-in-one PTZ camera from Avonic allows the move to an all IP infrastructure even for mobile applications. With IP deployment on existing networks all cameras detected within your network become directly available for use without complex configuration. Video, audio, control and power all with PoE connecting your CM70-NDI camera to hundreds of systems, devices and applications that support NDI.

The CM70-NDI includes a rich feature set known from the CM70 series and has the ability to deliver outstanding quality even under low light conditions. The combination of a high-quality PTZ camera with a protocol that improves every live production give the CM70-NDI endless possibilities. Want to order your first Avonic NDI® PTZ camera? Contact sales@avonic.com or visit our “where to buy” page for more information.

Also watch our webinar about NDI|HX and the CM70-NDI

With NDI® you can create your own interconnected production environment. Enter a world where every source is also a destination and where any device can be connected to every other device. A protocol that improves every live production and gives it endless possibilities. During this webinar we will discussed how NDI® helps you to achieve easy configuration and setup and also how the NDI® protocol supports the move to a full IP infrastructure by optimizing latency between the camera and third party devices such as videomixers. 

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