Designed with the Future in Mind
Every Move 4K camera features SDI, HDMI, USB, and IP output, and comes native with NDI®|HX for unparalleled performance and versatility. The Move 4K offers built-in auto-tracking capabilities — no need to run software on another computer — freeing teams of the need for a camera operator. With 12x, 20x, and 30x optical zoom available, the Move 4K can fit seamlessly into any production scenario.
Discreet Mounting Options
Mount your PTZ Move camera above, below or beside the action to capture the ideal view every time. The new automatic video inversion feature senses the camera’s orientation and saves time on installation and setup.
Pan, Tilt, Zoom, Track.
Control your production from behind the scenes – or right in front of them. The Move 4K’s auto-tracking can lock into a specific person, even while other people are in frame. Users can switch between on-stage presenters with the click of a button.
In addition to the Move 4K’s auto-tracking features, users will also have access to our latest Web UI — updated to provide everything you need in one simple menu. Almost every feature in the Web UI has a tutorial function, perfect for novice producers navigating the settings for the first time.
Take Control Your Way
Users can control Move 4K cameras using video production software such as OBS, Livestream Studio, Wirecast, vMix, mimoLive or Tricaster — or check out one of our hardware joystick controllers such as our IP joystick, serial joystick, or the SuperJoy. The options for camera control are endless, allowing you to take charge of your camera in a way that fits your workflow.
With robust warranties included standard on every product, you can trust PTZOptics solutions to deliver high performance from day one, and for many years to follow.
The Move 4K comes with a 5-year limited parts and labor warranty. PTZOptics stands by our promise to protect your investment by providing repairs or replacement products for the duration of your warranty. For more information, view our complete warranty documentation here.