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The AW-RP120 full-size remote camera system controller has the capability to control cameras via both IP and serial connections to support the company's expanding line-up of remote camera systems.
The cost-effective RP120 offers advanced functions including group presets for rapid, easy scene changes, tracing memories for storage and recall of complex operations, SD memory card memory storage, and direct panel control of gain, pedestal, and detail settings. With an easy-to-use control layout and the most powerful feature set of any Panasonic controller, the RP120 addresses a diverse range of applications in broadcasting, sports, houses of worship, education, rental/staging, corporate and government.
The RP120's control panel features a large pan/tilt joystick, seesaw zoom lever, iris dial, and manual focus dial with one-touch autofocus. A dedicated speed adjustment dial is provided for each of the pan/tilt/zoom and focus functions. Precise camera moves and scene operations can be memorized and recalled via the unit's tracing memory. Up to 10 tracing memory "scripts" items can be stored for each camera. In addition, up to 100 standard presets, including pan, tilt, zoom position, focus, iris and white balance settings, can be quickly stored and recalled for each camera, greatly simplifying operation in large or complex venues. By creating up to four groups presets (up to 10 cameras each) multiple camera angles and settings can be retrieved in a single batch, facilitating one-touch control of rapid scene changes.
The remote controller permits direct adjustment of a camera's Gain, Shutter, Detail, AWB, ABB, Master Pedestal, R/B Pedestal and R/B Gain. Other menu functions of compatible Panasonic cameras can be also controlled using the RP120. Its LCD panel facilitates menu operation as well as dedicated zoom, focus and iris indicator display. Various functions can also be allocated to eight user buttons for one-touch control. Scene files can be utilized for one-touch switching of remote camera shooting modes, and settings can be stored on an SD memory card for backup and cloning setups to other controllers.