Always Be Tracking
AI Auto Tracking PTZ Camera
The PTC310U AI Auto Tracking PTZ Camera makes powerful and reliable Pro AV capability available to everyone. Drawing inspiration from the AVer Professional PTZ Camera family, the PTC310U features in-house AI functions like Presenter Mode and Zone Mode auto tracking, thanks to Human Detection processing. Embrace its 12X optical zoom lens and 4K resolution to combine with hybrid auto tracking and smooth PTZ functions for broadcasting, streaming, or recording. Your exciting journey of audio and video capturing starts here!
4K Output Resolution
Equipped with 4K resolution, PTC310U camera provides ultra-precise auto tracking. PTC310U device also features a Sony sensor that maintains a truly impressive video performance through every frame of your production.
12X Optical Zoom & 2X Sensor Zoom
The zoom power of PTC310U camera reaches an incredible 24X (12X optical and 2X sensor zoom). It works even while the camera is panning and tilting, allowing you to highlight content and rapidly change shooting angles. Operate a closer and clearer video feed with the unbeatable PTZ performance of the PTC310U.
Human Detection AI
Welcome AVer’s most advanced AI tool yet—Human Detection. This highly accurate processing function enables PTC310U device to easily detect and capture human forms and moving objects in seconds. Never miss a tracking target again.
Click & Track
With the PTC310U, you can simply click on a target to quickly adjust the shooting angle and initiate precise tracking, ensuring you can redirect in an instant. This advanced feature is easy for anyone to operate via both remote control and intuitive web UI.
Track your target everywhere with Presenter Mode. This feature gives presenters the flexibility to leave the stage and interact with the audience, all while being continuously tracked. The camera stays locked on its target, even if other people or objects get in the way.
Zone Mode enhances your ability to capture content on multiple displays. Create up to four Content Zones to steadily capture the content on display rather than the presenter’s movements.