I HAD A PROBLEM WITH SUPER TALL AND SHORT SPEAKERS! In a nutshell, It was a little difficult for me to decide whether to order this pan tilt head, since there were no meaningful reviews
The cost is around twice what the others are, but I took the chance and bought it anyway. It has been quite awhile since our church used zoom but we have now implemented hybrid services by using one lens for zooming in and out. A volunteer manually adjusted the tilt from speaker to speaker, the pan from pulpit to band, and the zoom to keep the video from blurring. The issue is with one pulpit and one camera that has different speakers that range in height from 4'10" to 6'6". Here is what I came up with after seeking a solution to this problem for a few weeks. There is a large tripod just in front of the podium where this pan tilt head is mounted. A large mounting surface and secure mounting make this product an excellent choice. Both the removable quick plate and the base are made entirely of metal and are Located on the quick plate, the camera is a Logitech webcam. The pan and tilt of the device works properly at about 50' without any problems. There were no drops in the signal during the service. Both functions are adjustable so what happens when you want is what happens. In the tilt, the degree is set to 3 and in the pan, it's set to 8 (1 is the slowest, and 8 is the fastest). performed flawlessly without crashing or jerking. The movement was very smooth without any jerks or drops. As soon as the base has been on for two hours, the base's battery shows "full," so I'm assuming the draw is not too great. Aside from that, the 18500 Lithium 3 is also noteworthy. It is possible to easily replace the 7V battery, and the battery compartment is designed to support this (not mortared There is an intuitive remote control and it is operated with You should adjust the pan tilt head to face the speaker (with the camera pointing at the speaker of course) so that upward and downward movement of your remote should correspond with upward and downward movement of the camera. It is distracting to see the red light when you set the pan tilt speed, so I covered it up with gaffer's tape after putting it I did not see any warranty card or is there any notice on the box that this is covered by a warranty. The instruction manual looks simple, so the average person ought to be able to set this up in no time. My overall opinion of this pan tilt head is excellent. I feel that the unit is more expensive (although not as expensive as pro units), but it was definitely worth the extra cost to have something that worked well during live video sessions.
The only problem I have is that there is no mention of any warranty duration. Furthermore, the product was not in any type of bag to prevent dust accumulation from entering the unit, as it was sitting in the foam box during shipping (dusty upon first opening the box). Except for that, the AV unit appears to be extremely solidly constructed, and it operates without any apparent issues.