Vaddio Broadens HD PTZ Solutions with Canon BU-Series Cameras

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MINNEAPOLIS, MN--Vaddio expanded its partnership with Canon this week by adding the Canon BU-45H and BU-50H to its product line of HD PTZ cameras.

“With our continued expansion into the broadcast market, adding Canon's BU-series PTZ cameras to our line was a natural fit,” stated Rob Sheeley, president of Vaddio. “The BU-45H and BU-50H are easily integrated with our ProductionVIEW HD-SDI switcher and Precision Camera Controller. Over the coming months, we anticipate designing even more peripherals for the BU-series cameras.”

“We are delighted to work with Vaddio for our Robotic pan/tilt/zoom HD Camera Systems and supply the complete solutions that diverse end-user applications expect,” commented Alan Lewis, Marketing Manager, Broadcast and Communications division, Canon U.S.A.


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