Whatever the application, whatever the environment, Angekis has PTZ cameras for you.
Its portfolio of high-quality PTZ cameras range from simple plug-and-play USB, to simultaneous streaming, recording and video conferencing.
Mainly designed for USB plug-and-play, Angekis can also cater for HDMI/SDI video recording and IP/NDI streaming. Its partnerships with vMix, Panopto, and Barco ClickShare means its cameras can work seamlessly with big industry brands.
The Blade is Angekis’ plug-and-play USB cameras for all video conferencing environments, whilst the Saber range can cater to conferencing, streaming, recording, broadcast and more.
The Saber Plus is Angekis’ flagship PTZ camera. Equipped with simultaneous USB 3.0, HDMI, SDI and IP outputs, the Saber Plus can cater to almost all applications.
Using the Saber Plus in large open environments like churches and lecture theatres isn’t a problem, as its 72.5° HFOV allows for a wide-angle pick-up, whilst its 12x optical zoom can capture the close ups.
Utilising a Sony UHD CMOS image sensor with low light abilities (min 0.1 lux), the camera guarantees professional-quality video capture.
Control of the Saber Plus can be accessed via RS-232, UVC control, an IR remote or Angekis’ desktop app.
For PC-based conferencing in small-large size rooms, the Blade VS should be your go-to USB camera.
Crystal clear, full-HD optics provides exceptional image quality and a 10x optical zoom allows you to get right into the details.
Dynamic Start-Up is a unique feature on the Blade VS. This lets users preset the default start-up position of the camera, reducing setup time even further.
RS-232 control on the Blade VS allows for connection to a 3rd party controller, whilst a partnership with Zoom means the camera can be controlled within the Zoom software itself.
The twin brother to the Saber Plus, but with a couple of important differences.
The Saber IP20X is designed for use in larger environments, where the PTZ camera is going to be placed further away from the target. This is due to its 20x optical zoom that can pickup individuals clearly from a farther distance.
Due to its increased field-of-view, the IP20X features a reduced 60° HFOV, further enhancing its reason to be used in larger applications.
The camera features simultaneous USB 3.0, HDMI, SDI, and IP video outputs for use in conferencing, streaming, and recording applications.
An NDI model of the Saber IP20X is available with exactly the same feature set.
A combination of the award-winning Saber Plus and the cost-effective USB 2.0 Blade VS.
The newest addition to the Angekis Saber range, the Saber U2 sits nicely in the market between the two previously mentioned PTZ cameras.
Featuring the field-of-view (72.5°) and optical zoom (12x) of the Saber Plus, and the connections (USB 2.0 and RS-232) of the Blade VS, the Saber U2 is the perfect solution for video conferencing in medium to large-sized rooms.
Despite its cost-effective nature, the Saber U2 offers the same video output as the excellent Saber Plus, just with reduced video connections.
A 4K model of the Blade is available for supplying the highest quality video to your conferencing setup.
With a USB 3.0 output, the Blade 4K can transmit 2160P/30 video feeds to your PC. In addition to the increased image resolution, the Blade 4K has an increased HFOV of 86.5°, meaning it can be used in smaller spaces.
The optical zoom of the Blade 4K differs depending on the image resolution you choose. If your using it with its 4K resolution, you’ll have a 5x optical zoom, whereas at 1080P you’ll get 15x.
Like the Blade VS, the 4K is Zoom Room controller supported, and can be controlled via RS-232 with an external controller.
For people wanting the same format as the Saber Plus, but with a slightly higher image resolution, there’s the Saber 4K.
Again featuring a 12x optical zoom and 72.5° HFOV, Angekis’ Saber 4K offers 2160P/30 image resolutions over its HDMI and IP outputs.
Simultaneous USB 3.0 and SDI video outputs are also available, however; a maximum output of 1080P/60 is available via these.
The 4K element of the camera allows it to be used in broadcast and high-production applications, where top-quality video is a necessity.
An NDI model of the Saber 4K is available with exactly the same feature set.