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Best PTZ cameras in for streaming, web conferencing & video production

Looking for the best PTZ camera for streaming, web conferencing or video production? This guide will help you choose the best Pan/Tilt/Zoom camera for your needs - and help you get the best price available right now. 

PTZ cameras with motorized stands which allow for remote control, or even automated operation, have boomed in recent years because they solve several issues elegantly. If you’re setting up a conference room, lecture theater or church for remote connection or big-screen display, you probably don’t want to pay a camera operator full time. Even as we move past the pandemic, many want to welcome more people than might otherwise be possible at events like weddings and funerals. Nevertheless you will want better video than you get from a standard webcam. Finally the huge boom in small or one person crews that has followed the growth of YouTube provides a whole additional market for high quality video without operator costs.

While some PTZ systems can take advantage of automated features like subject tracking, mounting the camera on a powered pan/tilt head has another huge advantage – it takes up very little space, and cameras can be snuck into the top corners or rooms or other locations that not only afford a much better view but are a lot more discrete. Reality TV producers can set their operators in another location altogether, with joystick controls (budget extra for these) and other remote switches and monitors. This is useful in any small room where there isn’t the space to stand behind a camera, but for some productions it is an essential part of providing the illusion of privacy to the subjects (who often feel far less ashamed of their actions in front of a camera and mic than they would a professional camera operator).

Given the choice of applications, there is also a variety of features you might need to look for; from traditional camera settings like resolution. Connectivity is critical, since PTZ cameras are associated with live productions, so you need to know what quality video signals you can get out via what sockets, and whether it’s possible to attach a microphone for pro quality sound (especially important if you’re using the PTZ camera to create a live stream over IP). In terms of control, a RS port allows for industry standard analogue remote controls, possibly even daisy-chained between cameras, though digital IR remotes are common too.

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1. Sony SRGH

Best PTZ camera for large rooms like theaters or churches

Specifications

Resolution: P

Zoom/optical: 30x

Frame rate: @ p

Field of view: 65(wide) degrees

Size: x x mm

Connectivity: HDMI, Ethernet, RS pass, RS

Weight: g

Reasons to buy

+Long throw zoom+Elegant design+Digital (VISCA) and analog remote systems

Reasons to avoid

-SDI output an optional extra (SE)

There are some thoughtful aspects to the Sony’s design here, which sits more discretely in a corporate environment (or reality TV set) than some, and the truly style conscious can opt for black or white, but underneath it all is an excellent camera with one of Sony’s EXMOR sensors, operable in light down to LUX (f/). This offers a wide dynamic range and, paired with Sony’s XDNR digital noise reduction produce great streaming-friendly video.

Despite the generous optical zoom, Sony’s mechanism maintains autofocus as you zoom, resulting in much more professional looking footage than many PTZ systems which need to hunt again after zooming. Indeed a broadcaster-friendly version with lockable SDI connectors is available (the Sony SRGS). 

Ceiling, desktop or tripod mount are no problem, and some may find the physical switch for image mirroring handy. This is a top notch system which doesn’t disgrace a brand much loved by broadcasters, and this tells in build quality and operation (even the IR remote feels robust).

2. PTZOptics 12x SDI Gen2 camera

The ultimate PTZ camera for developers

Specifications

Resolution: P

Zoom/optical: 12x

Frame rate: 60fps at p

Field of view: (wide)(zoomed) degrees (12x)

Size: x x mm

Connectivity: HDMI, Ethernet, SDI, RS pass, RS, USB

Weight: g

Reasons to buy

+Excellent lens quality+Extremely adaptable+Thorough image quality adjustment options

Reasons to avoid

-Resolution dial a little fiddly

If you want an option with the full range of connectivity options and remote control options, including iOS and Android apps, then the PTZ Optics SDI series (also available with 20x and 30x lenses) is the ideal choice. The cameras have all the socketry you could want, and these work simultaneously. That means you can send HDMI to a nearby monitor for your talent while using 3G SDI or LAN streaming. You can also set the resolution & frame rate with a physical switch on the device as you set up your broadcast.

The firm, who’s name gives away their devotion to PTZ tech, are also known for their devotion to creative software development. As well as their Mac/PC app for camera control, they have a dedicated OBS plugin, and make their system open source in order to help users create their ideal system. This, in turn, yields useful features that traditional broadcast brands might not have thought of, like compatibility with Xbox controllers in lieu of expensive broadcast joysticks.

If you don’t choose one of the near limitless controller connections, there is an IR remote in the box which has a very thorough range of options – including slow and fast zoom rockers, auto and manual focus, camera select, and the keypad you need to choose one of the preset positions.

3. Sony BRC-X

Professional-level PTZ camera for 4K workflow

Specifications

Resolution: 4K

Zoom/optical: 12x, digital up to 24x

Frame rate: @ p / [email protected]

Field of view: (wide) degrees

Size: x x mm

Connectivity: HDMI, Ethernet, RS pass, RS

Weight: g

Reasons to buy

+4k video resolution+Large one-inch sensor

Reasons to avoid

-Less zoom range than some

For event television – sports or otherwise – the BRC-X has the chops to handle the situation. Not only can it shoot in real 4K but boasts a 1” back-illuminated Exmor-R CMOS sensor and a mm optical zoom with an aperture of ƒ/ at the wide end. All this is, of course, remotely controllable, and the speed of pan/tilt and zoom all adjustable.

The zoom isn’t as long as some cameras here, and Sony’s digital system – ‘Clear Image Zoom Technology’ extends it responsibly (i.e. without abandoning quality) to 24x in HD or 18x in 4K. On the plus side the camera is good in low light and has a menu-switchable ND filter.

The system can ‘only’ store preset positions, but that should be more than adequate for most purposes. Broadcasters will also appreciate a front and rear tally light (‘live’ light) with adjustable brightness, the fact Sony supply user upgrades and the fact that an IR remote, ceiling brackets, mounting screws and cable clamps come in the box. The only real irritation is the step in price from the BRC-H (P version).

4. Datavideo PTC

Best for field operations needing telephoto

Specifications

Resolution: P

Zoom: 20x (+10x digital)

Frame rate: 60fps at p

Field of view: &#;(wide)&#;(zoomed) degrees

Size: x x mm

Connectivity: Ethernet, SDI, HDMI

Weight: g

Reasons to buy

+Dual streaming option +Good in low light+Good feature set for the budget

Reasons to avoid

-Digital zoom soft

With on-board streaming encoder which can encode two data streams to the cloud at once (though you need to drop down to 30fps). In addition you have SDI and HDMI out, so you can operate in pretty much any creative environment, taking audio via the mm stereo line input if needed for convenient encoding. H and H with AAC, MP3 or PCM audio are all on offer, from 16KHz to 48KHz.

The low noise 1 / ” CMOS sensor has 20x optical zoom makes for great images as with 2 megapixels there are no superfluous pixels (though the 10x digital zoom extension is best avoided). Control is via industry standard systems and there is a good movement range (&#; tilt, &#; pan). If you don’t opt for one of Datavideo – or compatible – control systems, there is also an IR remote in the box as well as the ceiling mounts and UV filter. 

This is a great choice for using with either RTSP (broadly better for localized streams) or RTMP (widely compatible and flexible), and you’ll find the frame rate you need. Additionally the styling is nicely subtle and, at under 55db, so is the motor noise.

5. Canon CR-N

Best PTZ camera for cinematic quality

Specifications

Resolution: 4K

Zoom: 15x

Frame rate: 60fps @ p / 30fps @ 4K

Field of view: to 73 (wide) degrees

Size: x x mm

Connectivity: HDMI, BNC, Ethernet (PoE), RS pass, RS

Weight: g

Reasons to buy

+Built in ND filters +Multiple Face Tracking modes +1” dual-pixel CMOS

Reasons to avoid

-Canon RCI controller is Canon-only- Canon software Windows only

Sporting the equivalent of a 25 to mm optical zoom with image stabilization, Canon’s new PTZ camera is ideal for shooting a low-staff, high quality production. Modern broadcast standards are met with Log 3 and wide dynamic range, so you’ll be able to produce 4K at bit, just like a high-end camcorder. Super-fast focus and face tracking will also help keep things professional.

You’ll also have no problem getting your content out. In fact the back is so full of connectors there will be too much for many – dual XLRs for audio and a genlock socket are definitely unusual in this category, but may earn it a live gig speciality.

Another extra is the microSD card slot, though this is for future updates – not recording – which seems a shame. Instead video will go via the output and control via either Canon’s Windows software or their RCI joystick controller for this and the series of cameras.

The camera can also be given a turn in network scenarios – from CCTV to broadcast – thanks to built in NDI. 

6. Panasonic AW-UE4

Best PTZ camera for silent operation

Specifications

Resolution: 4K (wide) or P

Zoom/digital: 4x

Frame rate: 30fps at 4K

Field of view: degrees

Size: x x mm

Connectivity: USB, HDMI, Ethernet

Weight: g

Reasons to buy

+High End Software Options+Power over Ethernet (PoE)

Reasons to avoid

-Restricted image movement-Cropped pan affects quality

Somewhere between a high-end webcam and a low end PTZ camera, the AW-UE4 is not motorized but instead offers you the ability to crop and move into the full image sensor’s 4K image. You can also physically tilt the lens mount, so your starting point is always to set the wide view in a way that covers all the potential shots you want.

The lack of motors makes operation silent, and Panasonic have not skimped on features from the operator’s perspective, so you still pan/tilt/zoom the image using the company’s remote-control software. In exchange for that silence, and the reduced cost, cropped picture is digitally zoomed, so works better at P, while at full wide angle the shot cannot be panned remotely. You can set presets.

With the ability to draw power over USB or PoE (Power over Ethernet), this camera can be easily added to a simple computer-driven setup. For live video situations, Real Time Messaging Protocol (RTMP) compatibility is included too, so it can be used in sophisticated broadcasts.

7. Logitech PTZ Pro 2

Best PTZ camera for digital conferencing

Specifications

Resolution: p

Zoom/lens: 10x

Frame rate: 30fps at p

Field of view: 90 degrees

Size: x x mm

Connectivity: USB

Weight: g

Reasons to buy

+Accessible price+USB convenience 

Reasons to avoid

-Autofocus can be distracting-Remote of dubious quality

Perfect for a conference room of about 20 people, or perhaps a classroom, the Logitech PTZ Pro 2 Video Conference camera plugs into your computer’s USB (Mac or Windows) via the generous foot (3m) cable and provides a more flexible and (probably) better quality alternative than the system camera you’re used to.

A simple remote control is included in the box, and the camera can be set with presets to move between (something it does more smoothly than Logitech’s original PTZ Pro, though could still be better). Mac or PC users can also control PTZ & image settings via a downloadable app, and this give the option of controlling from near or far. 

It’s worth noting that Logitech do have a pricier option, the 4K Rally which they would likely prefer you buy (it’s nearly twice the price), but the PTZ Pro 2 is certified for Skype, Zoom and many other popular systems – Logitech’s devotion to certification is greatly appreciated, though of course it stills works where any USB webcam will. With a Kensington lock fitting, this is also a good choice in less-than-secure locations. See alsoBest Logitech webcams.

8. MEVO Start

Best software PTZ camera for livestreaming

Specifications

Resolution: p

Zoom/digital: -

Frame rate: 30fps at p

Field of view: 84 degrees

Size: 34 x 75 x 87mm

Connectivity: Wi-Fi (NDI), USB-C, mm mic

Weight: g

Reasons to buy

+Brilliantly realized software+Compact and easy to carry+Option for software to grow with your audience

Reasons to avoid

-You need Mevo Plus for 4K-Paid subscription for some features

With a dedicated, and very friendly, phone app, the Mevo is controlled via a WiFi network, or your phone’s hotspot, designed for livestreaming on the go. It’s not technically a PTZ camera, but the experience is somewhat like one. It is a follow up to the  Mevo Plus, meaning the manufacturer's had a couple of years to listen to customer feedback and the result is a really polished product.

In terms of hardware, the tiny camera shoots either at the full 84&#; width or cropping in and tracking your face. At the same time, it records to its MicroSD card, so you’ve got a backup to edit with. You can take sound via your phone, a mm mic, or the in-built 3-microphone array which uses Fraunhofer upHear Spatial Processing. 

In terms of operation, the app is not only easy to use and connect to standard streaming platforms (Facebook, Youtube, any RTMP), but offers extensive picture adjustments – either preset or manual. A paid subscription will allow you to stream to multiple platforms at once, and add live graphics.

If you’re looking to take your streaming channels on the road, this device gives you the power to broadcast anywhere, wirelessly, with impressive sound quality. You can keep going for up to 6 hours on a single charge, too.

9. BirdDog A

Best PTZ camera for extended periods outdoors

Specifications

Resolution: p

Zoom/optical: 30x optical, 12x digital

Frame rate: 60fps at p

Field of view: degrees

Size: x x mm

Connectivity: 3G-SDI, NDI, RJ45, RS, USB

Weight: kg

Reasons to buy

+Can survive wind over mph+Laser-assisted focus+Low-light operation ( lux @ 1/30sec)

Reasons to avoid

-Pricey for P

The BirdDog Eyes A is the first all-weather PTZ camera built for broadcast-quality NDI setups; the company produces their own NDI silicon. It’s IP67 rated and will withstand a hurricane (properly secured, of course), so we’re not just talking a bit of weather here, and a nitrogen-filled housing prevents fogging. Despite that because NDI is also a widely-accepted technology, you could use it with a Skype setup if you chose.

What looks like a second camera is actually an IR laser which helps the camera get focus at up to m (&#; mile) whatever the light (or lack thereof). The camera and CMOS sensor is largely Sony technology, so the optics and camera movement are as good as you’d expect (&#; panning at &#;/sec), and a similar A designed for permanent installations and with a little windscreen wiper is also on offer. 

Other than the price, the only other possible complaint with this camera is the lack of 4K and, of course, all that weather-shielding isn’t light; it’s definitely not the most portable product on this list but then it’s built for serious use over extended periods. BirdDog also offer an extensive range of mount adapters.

Vikviz HikVision

Best outdoor security camera PTZ

Specifications

Resolution: 4K

Zoom/optical: 18x (30x digital)

Frame rate: 30fps

Field of view: mm

Pan: &#;

Tilt: 90&#;

Size: x x mm

Connectivity: Ethernet/PoE

Weight: g

Reasons to buy

+Sturdy metal and plastic construction+Quicker to focus than some, with less hunting+SADP, Danale, Blue Iris & iSpy client compatibility

Reasons to avoid

-Night image 

PTZ Security cameras need to be reliable night and day, rain or shine, though the budget shouldn’t be the same as for broadcasts. Here just a few hundred dollars bring 4K resolution and a 18x (mm) motorized zoom backed up by up to 50m (ft) of infrared night vision which you can operate using your choice of software. The Power over Ethernet (POE) and H makes installation a breeze and the 8 megapixel sensor shows in the very sharp video compared to other security PTZs. Compatibility with the Hikvision and ONVIF protocols is included, as is phone control via the Danale app (iOS/Android), so the lack of external branding needn’t be a worry. Pan and tilt could be quicker, but the mechanics are reassuring, no doubt thanks to the largely metallic construction, and the zoom and focusing is pretty prompt.

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Systems engineers want to choose the equipment which best meets their needs: for quality and capabilities; for operational functionality; and for budget.

The control system, therefore, has to support best fit and best of breed equipment, which is likely to come from multiple vendors.

When using multiple control panels which offer access to broad device functionality, there is a risk of adjusting a control in error: initiating a camera white balance, for example. So quality is at risk. Equally, this approach is operationally complex and increases the system and training cost because each of those control panels has to be bought, installed and learned.

The solution is to provide the single point of contact for all devices, for PTZ Cameras as an example, that means:

  • Complete granular control, preset set/recall and tally control.
  • For operational cameras with access to pan, tilt and zoom controls
  • For engineering panels with white balance & iris controls, you can maximise quality and eliminate errors by ensuring staff are only presented with the controls they need.

Other device control functions include:

  • Joystick multiplexing – Use fewer RCPs to control multiple CCUs and assign cameras to RCPs on the fly.
  • Audio Control (Mic gain, IFB, routing) – Control over audio routing and channel controls for remote control, studio preset set/recall and back-up control
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  • VoIP Control (Dial/Make/End call) – Use virtual panels to dial, make and end VoIP calls.
  • Easily manage content to HD and 4K screens.
  • Control the presentation multi-viewers from a control room to easily redesign the layout - picks sources and rejigs the layout as desired on the day.

How a major financial institution brings SDI, ST and NDI Routing and Device Control under a single TSL TMVP interface.

  • Familiarity with the new networking technologies and the ongoing need to support legacy formats have led some customers to move ahead with all-IP environments. Consequently, it’s not surprising there has also been a strong trend towards the creation of hybrid facilities that can accommodate – for example, SDI alongside new IP-based technologies like NDI and ST
  • This last-named approach is exemplified by an installation undertaken at a UK facility, owned by a major investment bank and global financial services company. The project focused on a newly built auditorium intended for a wealth of presentations – ranging from conventional in-person events to live-streamed fireside chats.
  • The resulting hybrid production environment plays to key strengths of each technology, including the use of NDI to select and provide access to control room monitors, SDI to enable connectivity to HD cameras and graphics systems, and ST to provide connectivity and management of standards - compliant cameras and other devices in conjunction with Sony’s IP Live System Manager (LSM).
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  • Shading operators can quickly colour match the images settings across multiple cameras.
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Since recently, our Video Transport solution supports remote control of PTZ cameras, which seem to be getting some solid traction these days.

Pan-tilt-zoom cameras “were regarded as being low quality and not suitable for professional use,” writes Adrian Pennington in a piece on Broadcast Bridge. “Thanks to the advances in sensor, IP technology, the introduction of fanless designs and optical image stabilisers, the balance has been tipped in favour of remote cameras as an industry standard.”

Size and install options are important factors in the adoption of PTZ, but cost and the desire to do more have probably defined the process. “Arguably the primary reason for ascendancy of demand for PTZ cameras in all production spaces is the need to do more with less,” continues Adrian. “Video technology has advanced to the point where relatively affordable PTZ cameras can deliver ‘close enough’ and even equivalent results compared to considerably more expensive studio and ENG cameras. When you add that overall cost-effectiveness with the flexibility of installation, and the ability to automate and remotely control the PTZ cameras, the benefits multiply.”

Some of our development partners have invested a lot of effort into PTZ-based solutions. Rushworks president Rush Beesley explains:

PTZ control is becoming increasingly important because it reduces labor costs, and in many cases yields quicker access to shots with more precision than an operator can provide… The most important point of difference with our integrated PTZ production systems is the level of sophistication of camera control we’ve developed over the last 19 years.

Stan Walbert, CEO at Multicam Systems, highlights that there are some areas where PTZ cameras enable a process that would not be otherwise possible at all:

The era of high-cost production and dedicated broadcast crew is over! Specially for people that need to broadcast 24/7 like a radio station. That’s why we offer fully-automated solutions based on PTZ cameras. It’s cheap, discrete and offers a dynamic production with limited or no human resources.

The popularity of this new IP standard has lead to multiple vendors releasing PTZ cameras with NDI support: from Panasonic to PTZOptics to BirdDog to NewTek themselves.

Andrew Cross, President and CTO of NewTek:

We have seen an enormous and growing interest in PTZ cameras which fulfil an exciting promise in production, but not requiring an operator for having more angles and different content available. Importantly though, only half of this promised improvement to workflows is delivered if you still have to have traditional installations in terms of operational and installation complexity with separate cables for power, video, audio, PTZ control, tally. NDI is an IP standard and so stands as the natural way to enable PTZ cameras — by combining power-over-Ethernet, IP video, IP audio, IP-based control and tally you can add a fully controllable camera by literally plugging in a single Ethernet cable. This means that you can add entirely new views affordably and easily which is quite game changing.

While NewTek’s camera is NDI|HX, which is a lower-bandwidth version of NDI, BirdDog decided that they would build full NDI cameras to provide higher image quality and lower latency. Here’s what Eamon Drew says:

When BirdDog started development of our custom NDI chip, we always had PTZ cameras in mind. Full NDI out of a PTZ camera just makes sense — you only need one cable for power using PoE, video, audio, and control. This results in a super easy set up and fantastic picture quality.

Support for PTZ control has been by far the most popular feature request for our Video Transport app—so we did it. We made several tests with the help of our friend Risto from Bright, a sophisticated experience provider in the Nordic area. Here’s a video that shows how we control a Panasonic NDI camera that is located miles away in Finland:

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Caresses - this requires some preparation, which, alas, is not given so easily to a Soviet-educated young man). Then the caresses switched to my rearing member. At this point, I pushed myself to my heart's content and moved towards the so desired and customary, usually carried. Out in private. I reclined on the head of the bench, not noticing anything, released my arms and, bending forward, just watched the further.



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