Our Professional Streaming Camera
Every aspect of our broadcast camera is designed to be upgraded. Interchangeable key components include the lends, power optic modules, microphones, and the camera board. As we add new image sensors, no need for a new camera, just snap in a new camera board. As we improve the image pipeline, the firmware can be upgraded over USB 3.0.
Supports a standard C1"x32unf lens holder and can be combined with a C to M12 adapter. This allows the user to attach the appropriate optics for their applications. The camera was designed to support the use of larger legacy glass and powered modules.
Rugged, versatile, and integrated with passive cooling. The outer casing of the camera incorporates a rack mount in its design, as well as a standard 1/4x20 tripod mount on the bottom, to allow the camera to be anchored easily.
Dual Stereo Microphones
Provides two on-board channels of stereo audio or low-bandwidth data. They can be used to collect user-defined data and interlace it directly to each frame of video. These microphones are removable and interchangeable.
Interchangeable Camera Boards
A key element to our design which allows the user to pick an image sensor that is matched to their specific needs. This also lets the user upgrade their camera without having to purchase a new one. Our camera comes with a 4K/1080p camera module.
Auxiliary Power In
Provides the user with alternative and supplemental power if their USB 3.0 or Ethernet aren't sufficient. Provides power to support additional user-installed modules. Onboard power take-off gives the user 2.0 and 5.0 volts of isolated and protected power.
Access To Chip-level Registers
Gives the ultimate control of the image sensor. Each chip has upwards of 1,000 8-bit registers which control how the chip functions. We have developed a UI to allow the user to access, read, and reprogram these registers.
20 Channels of User-configurable I/O
On the camera board. This allows the user to add powered optics like power focus, zoom, aperture, shutter, and IR switching. The channels are not limited to just these functions and can be configured by the user to support their needs.
Primary USB 3.0 output provides accessibility for most PC/Linux based systems. The secondary output may be determined by the user using the SFP+ cage available modules: HDMI, GigE, or SDI. For those who have specific applications, this provides the ability to design your own custom modules.
Minimum System Requirements
Requirements to use SUB2r software on PC
Processor: Intel® Core i7-6850K CPU @ 3.60 GHz
RAM: 32.0 GB RAM
System Type: 64-bit operating system, x64-based processor
USB Port: 3.0 and higher (including Type A and Type C).
*Supports SFP+ modules and other third-party hardware.
More information on the hardware requirements can be found here.