PTZ is an abbreviation for pan, tilt, and zoom and reflects the movement options of the camera, and a pan–tilt–zoom camera (PTZ camera) is a camera that is capable of remote directional and zoom control, so it could move the camera and the lens, and that means a single camera can be used to monitor places that should be covered by multiple ones. You can save a lot of cost and time in purchasing and deploying the camera. What’s more, this kit is based on the IR-CUT switchable 13MP camera to get sharp imaging all day and night.
Sensor: 13MP AR1335
Pixel Size: 1.1um x 1.1um
Optical Size: 1/3″
Frame Rate: [email protected]×3120, [email protected]×2448/3840×2160, [email protected]×1440, [email protected]×1200/1920×1080/640×480/320×240
IR sensitivity: Optional with additional Motorized IR-Cut ﬁlter
Focus: Front group – focus, Back group – Zoom
Field of View: 91° – 25° (Horizontal)
1pcs Arducam PTZ Pan Tilt Zoom Lens for Raspberry Pi, assembled with a 13MP IR-CUT switchable camera board and camera control board.
1pcs 15-Pin FPC Cable (11.8 in/30 cm)
1pcs XH2.54 Jumper wire with 6Pin Female Connector (11.8 in/30 cm)
4pcs copper standoffs for the base
How to Use The Arducam 13MP PTZ Camera Module (Tutorial)
13MP PTZ (Pan-Tilt-Zoom) Camera Module for Raspberry Pi & Jetson Nano/NX (UP to 4K & Night Vision)