Apantac has integrated NDI into its new 1080P PTZ camera to be recognisable as a source by other NDI-enabled applications and devices connected to a standard Ethernet local area network.

The company’s AP-1080P-PTZ-20x (NDI) is designed for capturing video up to 1080p and offers 3G SDI, HDMI, USB 3.0 and HD video over IP decoding. By incorporating NDI, it communicates using the NDI protocol and allows bidirectional distribution and access of live video over existing IP LAN infrastructure. It also seamlessly integrates with most video conferencing and other software applications. 


AP-1080P-PTZ-20x is Apantac’s first NDI product.

In a typical application, an SDI or HDMI camera video feed can be converted into an NDI stream and sent over the network and an NDI video feed can be converted into an SDI or HDMI video output and plugged into a monitor.

“NDI has changed the way content is accessed, created and distributed, making video accessible over IP,” commented Thomas Tang, president of Apantac. “We are really excited about our first NDI product launch as our PTZ camera allows users to deliver live video over IP to any compatible system or software on the network, using a single cable for all the video, audio and control.”

“NDI-enabled devices like Apantac’s new PTZ NDI camera exponentially increase the video sources available for storytellers creating efficiencies and opportunities that did not previously exist,” said Michael Kornet, vice president at NDI. “We’ve known and admired the team at Apantac for a number of years and recognise that this is a significant moment for AV and broadcast customers that want to work with this respected brand as they come on board with their new NDI camera.