Capture Big Ideas in Small Spaces with the UNITE® 50

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Anyone who’s ever used a laptop for a group conference call knows that its camera is not good for much more than showing the face of the person in front of the screen—and the elbows of those seated nearby. If you’re charged with finding professional and practical video solutions for small meeting rooms, you may think you have to sacrifice quality for savings—or vice versa. Fortunately, that’s no longer the case. 

Creating a More Collaborative Environment

Modern collaboration is visual. The fact that that 55 percent of communication is body language has long supported the use of video conferencing, but its relevance is only increasing with younger generations showing a preference for video in many forms. 

According to ClearOne Chair & CEO Zee Hakimoglu, “People from all walks of life are now completely video-centric in their personal and professional lives. That means they need to be able to video conference with colleagues, and they want to be able to do this in an affordable way without sacrificing video quality.” 

Just because huddle rooms and other small spaces are used for spur-of-the-moment meetings doesn’t mean the equipment should be an afterthought. Your employees may generate their big ideas in your smallest spaces, so they need a video conferencing camera that is easy for them to manage, brings a new level of video quality to popular apps, and clearly captures what’s happening in the room. 

Getting Great Cost and Quality

You can get quality video while capturing all meeting participants—at a price that allows you to outfit all your small meeting spaces. 

For less than the cost of most smartphones—$549 MSRP to be exact—you can get a high-quality video conferencing camera ideally suited for huddle rooms and small conferencing spaces. The UNITE® 50 camera was designed for use with bring-your-own-device (BYOD) web-conferencing applications, which also save organizations from the expense of elaborate conferencing hardware. 

The camera has auto focus and 3x digital zoom, and delivers clear 1080p30 HD  video so you get enterprise quality at a lower cost, leaving you with enough money to outfit all the small meeting spaces at your organization.

Choosing a Camera

Comparing the features of available meeting room cameras alongside your priorities will help you decide if the UNITE® 50 is right for your small meeting spaces. Consider these features when researching huddle room cameras:

  • Easy integration
  • 1080p30 video
  • 120-degree wide-angle FOV
  • Easy display mounting
  • Autofocus and 3x digital zoom
  • Easy pairing with any microphone/speaker combination
  • Wide dynamic range support for optimal image capture
  • Full-function USB 3.0 interface for video and power
  • Easy control with the COLLABORATE app, an IR remote, or UVC protocol
  • Compatible with COLLABORATE® Space and Spontania®, as well as Skype® for Business, Zoom™, WEBEX™ and GoTo Meeting™ 

Discover even more features of this affordable huddle space camera.

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