Bolide G3 PTZ

Bolide’s New Auto Tracking PTZ
(BC1009/PTZAMT)

Quick Specs:

  • 520TVL
  • WDR
  • 35X Optical
  • Mechanical D/N (True D/N)
  • Auto Tracking
  • Snap In Design



Bolide’s Auto Tracking PTZ Camera is a highly intelligent PTZ camera that incorporates 1/4″ Sony Exview HAD CCD with 520 TV Lines Resolution for crystal clear video imaging, and features a Motion Tracking chip for intelligent video enhancement. 




It also includes a 360º pan and tilt range (Auto flip) , and 35x Optical Zoom / 16x Digital Zoom for capturing video from any angle quickly and precisely. 



This camera also equipped a WDR chip for extreme light condition. Also it built-in multiple protocol for your convenience, and weather proof (IP66) vandal resistant housing. With the new Snap-on installation, it makes PTZ installation with ease. 


The built-in 7 alarm inputs and 2 relay outputs is a plus. Automatic Day/Night IR Cut filters allow low light conditions. 


This PTZ Comes with different mounting options for different locations and meet your installation requirements.


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Versatile 


This PTZ Comes with different mounting options for different locations and meet your installation requirements. 

















The Wall mount is included



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Snap In Design


What’s great about this design is that it offers convenience if needing to take the camera head out for service or repair. The mounting plate actually holds all of the tours, patterns and scanning points in the memory so that when you reinsert the camera head, everything is back to normal. You do not have to reset the tours patterns etc. 
























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Durability 


Why these cameras will last:

  • Life Expectancy of the Slip Ring is rated over 60 million rotations 

  • The camera module is Japanese (Dont worry their not Toyota/Honda)

  • The rings that runs the run the motor are made of a nylon Synthetic (Very Durable)

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Compare

Personally I feel as if the Bolide PTZ  ranks on the high end of PTZ and offers a competitive advantage compared to some of the TOP competition. 

Check out the Comparison I did for Bolide’s Auto-tracking PTZ and The Famous Pelco Spectra IV.
Specs
Pelco Spectra IV
Bolide PTZ/AMT
Signal System
NTSC
NTSC
Image Sensor
1/4″ Color EXview HAD CCD
1/4″ Sony Ex-View HAD CCD
Number of Pixels
768 x 494
768 x 494
Resolution
540 Lines
520 TVL
Lens
Focal Length: 3.4-119mm. f/1.4
Zoom: 35x Optical, 12x digital
Zoom Speeds: 3.2/4.6/6.6 seconds
Focus: Auto with manual override
Angle of View: 55.8° at 3.4mm wide zoom/1.7° at 119mm tele zoom
432x(36x Optical, 12 Digital)
Aperture (F): F1.6 ~F4.5
Electronic Shutter: 1/1 to 1/10,000 s, 22 steps
Iris Operation
Auto with manual override
Auto with manual override
Minimum Illumination
0.55 lux at 1/60 sec (color)
0.063 lux at 1/4 sec (color)
0.00018 lux at 1/2 sec (B/W)
1/60 s mode: 1:4 lux (typical) (F1.6, 50 IRE)
1/4 s mode: 0.1 lux (typical)(F1.6, 50 IRE)
Signal-to-Noise Ratio
>50dB
More than 50dB
Pan Angle
360°
360°
Pan Speed
Manual: 0.1-80°/sec
Manual Turbo: 150°/sec
Preset: 400°/sec
0.5º~160º/s
Pan/Tilt Speed 0.5º~160º/s
Tilt Angle
+2 ~ -92°
Tilt Speed
Manual: 01-40°/sec
Preset: 200°/sec (20° without controller)
0.5º~160º/s
Pan/Tilt Speed 0.5º~160º/s
Preset Positions
256
128 Preset Points, 4 Pattern, 4 Scan Zone, Tour
Preset Speed: >300º/s
Controls
Electronic Image Stabilization
Day/Night Function
128x WDR
Image Enhancement
White Balance
Gain Control
WDR
Day/Night IR Cut Filter
White balance
BLC
Focus
Gain Control
Motion Detection
Yes
yes
Construction
Aluminum, thermoplastic
Aluminum, thermoplastic
IP66 Rated housing
Weight
3.3 lbs (1.5kg)
3.3 lbs
Operation Humidity
0~95%
Operating Temperature
-4ºF ~ 140ºF
Installation
Snap In
Snap In

WDR
 YES
YES
Auto Tracking
YES
YES

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