A 4K Dual-Eye Intelligent Tracking Camera for
Medium and Large Rooms with Perfect Display
The Yealink UVC86 is a 4K dual-eye tracking camera for medium and large rooms with a perfect display in everyone and every detail.
With a built-in dual 4K camera and a range of AI-driven features, including Auto Framing, Speaker Tracking and Presenter Tracking, the UVC86 empowers your meeting space by reproducing every moment and detail precisely. Covering a wide field of view of 90° with a mechanical pan, the UVC86 tilt up and down easily via remote control or Yealink camera control plug-in software, bringing more efficient collaboration.
The Yealink UVC86 is a built-in dual-eye 4K camera with a panoramic camera to detect participants in real-time and a PTZ camera to capture the best picture of everyone in the room. Enjoy an accurate and smooth tracking experience wherever and whenever meeting participants are present. With 12X optical zoom and 90° field of view, the UVC86 captures every person in the room as well as ensures high-definition picture quality when zoomed in.
Revolutionized new ID design and multiple installation options (on a conference table, on the top of a TV, on the wall, on the ceiling, onto a TV stand or a tripod) enable UVC86 to flexibly fix any professional meeting space according to your needs. Easy set-up and USB plug and play, UVC86 is right for your meeting from the first minute you start.
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The auto-tracking camera is an integrated camera that integrates and expands the functions of the lens, PTZ, ordinary camera, etc. The auto-tracking camera can automatically identify the image information and follows the movement to capture the image when the image moves. In addition, it can determine the direction of objects within the monitoring range and automatically control the PTZ to track the moving object; all the activities transmit to the monitor.
Video conferencing is a meeting in which people in two or more locations talk face-to-face through a communication device or network.
Yes, the built-in camera is used for sound source positioning. Video conference rooms need to pair with a separate microphone.