The BG-MAESTRO auto-tracking ePTZ camera is fitted with a Sony 4K CMOS sensor delivering 1080p30 resolution, 3x digital zoom, and ePTZ control with no distortion. It is available in SDI and HDMI models. The Maestro provides quick, accurate movement tracking with its analysis algorithm and high-speed image processing. Once its target is locked, it stays locked while avoiding minor movements, gestures, and other interfering objects. The Maestro’s strong environmental awareness is unaffected by a room’s size, shape, or layout.
The Maestro integrates with nearly any video system by supporting USB 3.0, 3G-SDI / HDMI, and LAN. Power over Ethernet (PoE) provides video, control, and power with a single network cable. Five simultaneous output streams enable multiple angles to be broadcasted while an audio input connects a microphone or other external audio sources.
Tech & Learning, along with the other publications participating in the awards program, engaged with AV/IT professionals who are experts in the technologies specific to the categories assigned to them to evaluate. The nine judges were CTS-certified technology managers, integrators, and consultants.
“Thank you so much to InfoComm and Tech & Learning for recognizing the Maestro for the Best of Show award,” said Eugene Bocharov, CEO and president, BZBGEAR. “The auto-tracking capability makes the lives of educators and presenters much easier while providing efficient production to their audiences.”
The BG-MAESTRO auto-tracking ePTZ camera is now available with an MSRP of $999.
Learn more at BZBGEAR.COM.