Canon CR-N100 is an indoor remote PTZ camera priced at ₹2,50,000

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Canon's latest CR-N100 is an indoor remote PTZ camera with a compact design. It is suitable for various applications, including professional video production and video content creation for businesses, local governments, and educational institutions, according to Canon. 

The CR-N100 is equipped with a 1/2.3-type CMOS sensor and a DIGIC DV6 image processing platform, enabling 4K/30P video capture. It features a 20x optical zoom lens with a focal length range of 29.3mm to 601mm, so you can capture wide-angle to telephoto footages in different situations. The camera also offers four "scene modes" — Portrait, Sports, Low-light, and Spotlight.

The CR-N100's video interface supports IP, HDMI, and USB Video Class (UVC) transmission standards. This allows the camera to be easily integrated into web conference systems by connecting it to a PC via USB.

The CR-N100 also offers a complete production environment with support for various protocols and technologies. It supports Canon's XC Protocol for controlling Canon's video production devices, RTMP for live streaming, NDI|HX for live visual production, and the SRT Protocol for high-quality, low-latency, and secure video transmission.

Additionally, the camera is compatible with Canon's Multi-camera Management Application, a free tool that allows batch setting configuration and control of up to 200 cameras. This feature is particularly useful for operating large-scale systems. The Canon CR-N100 is priced at ₹2,50,000.

Canon has also launched the RC-IP1000, a top-of-the-line remote camera system controller for remote video production workflows to meet the needs of broadcast stations and event live streaming. The RC-IP1000 features a 17.78 cm touch panel and supports both IP2 and serial control, enabling remote Pan, Tilt, and Zoom (PTZ) movements. The RC-IP1000 is priced at ₹7,00,000.