Panasonic to release Infrared Wireless Remote Control for PTZ Cameras equipped with extensive video adjustment and camera control functions
March 1, 2021
Osaka, Japan (February 15, 2021) – Panasonic Corporation has announced the release of the AW-RM50AG Infrared Wireless Remote Control, which enables users to control and make various adjustments to PTZ Cameras using simple button operations. The AW-RM50AG is scheduled for release in March 2021.
This device is a remote controller that uses infrared communication to wirelessly adjust and control Panasonic PTZ Cameras and supports the same devices as Panasonic’s existing AW-RM50G. It has the same shape and operational feel as standard infrared remote controls used with home video equipment, providing intuitive PTZ Camera control.
The AW-RM50AG can control up to four PTZ Cameras, and camera switching, pan, tilt and zoom can all be performed with button operations. It also features a preset function that allows the registration of up to 12 shooting positions. Registered memories can then be recalled with a single press of a preset memory button. The AW-RM50AG also equipped with a range of adjustment functions, such as focus, manual iris control and color adjustment, to make full use of the performance offered by professional PTZ Cameras. The OSD (camera menu) can be displayed on an external monitor, enabling the adjustment of advanced camera settings with this single device.
The AW-RM50AG offers excellent operability when shooting with PTZ Cameras in small spaces such as small classrooms or conference rooms.
Panasonic aims to create A Better Life, A Better World, and the continued development of their range of PTZ Cameras provides new value to professionals in various industries involved in the shooting, recording and distribution of video content.