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PTZOptics Studio Pro wins best camera at CES

The PTZOptics Studio Pro was one of the most impressive pieces of technology to be showcased at the 2023 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) this year. Not only did it win two awards for its features, such as USB-C connectivity, control over IP, and a low latency streaming connection, but it’s also incredibly versatile in terms of what kind of content creators can use it for. Whether you’re shooting live broadcasts or creating podcasts, this is the perfect camera for professionals looking to take their content creation to the next level.

PTZOptics Studio Pro wins at CES
PTZOptics Studio Pro wins at CES

Best Camera at CES Award

The PTZOptics Studio Pro won the best camera at CES from Videomaker magazine and Twice 2023 Picks. The PTZOptics Studio Pro is an exciting new tool for online meetings and webinars designed for people who want to upgrade from the standard webcam experience. With its integrated 12X optical zoom lens the camera is able to capture the highly desirable “bokeh” effect which keeps the person in focus but blurs out the background. The Studio Pro features an easy-to-use USB connection for easy integration with Microsoft Teams and Zoom. Professionals will enjoy the included LED panel light which is powered by the camera because it ensures that you can easily achieve the highest level of video quality possible. Not only will videos look more professional and polished, but the light also helps make people look better on camera so they appear more approachable and friendly during virtual events. So if you’re looking for a way to upgrade your online meetings and webinars, the PTZOptics Studio Pro is definitely worth considering.

The video above outlines some of the professional features of the Studio Pro which include Network Device Interface (NDI) support, along with HDMI video and SRT streaming. The NDI connectivity for the Studio Pro provides broadcasters the ability to easily integrate the video into IP-based video workflows. The HDMI connection is compatible with Blackmagic and Roland video switchers for use cases where the camera is part of a video-switching system. The camera also features streaming capabilities via RTMP which can be set up to stream directly to YouTube or Facebook. The camera also features Secure Reliable Transport (SRT) support which allows high-quality video to be transported over the internet for a variety of uses.

You can learn more about the PTZOptics Studio Pro at PTZOptics.com.
Chief Streaming Officer at PTZOptics
Paul Richards is the Chief Streaming Officer for PTZOptics. Richards is the author of Helping Your Church Live Stream, Esports in Education, the Accelerated Broadcast Club Curriculum, and other live streaming related publications.
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