Hi Julien,
I did a write up on what remote access hardware and methods we used in 
our CAMCOR facility here:

http://probesoftware.com/smf/index.php?topic=581.msg3311#msg3311

john

On 8/29/2015 8:39 AM, Julien Allaz wrote:
> Dear probers,
>
> For our new EMP laboratory, we would like to purchase an IP camera so 
> that (a) we can show the lab to a large class for demonstration 
> (education purpose) and (b) outside customers can “see” what we are 
> doing. Associated to this, we might have also remote access to the 
> lab. Ideally, we would like the camera to come with the following options:
> - pan, tilt and optical zoom controlled through the internet (= PTZ 
> camera)
> - good images even in dim environment (not night vision, but almost)
> - good quality so that when we zoom on a computer monitor, we can read 
> the text.
> - online streaming assuming fast internet; but I guess the camera 
> should not be more than 720p, especially if we also have remote access 
> playing simultaneously...
>
> The camera would likely be installed on the wall behind the analyst 
> microprobe, approximately 10-15 feet away from the screen. We do not 
> need audio (mic), although this might be a plus…
>
> Someone recommended me the AXIS PTZ 214 
> (http://www.axis.com/us/en/products/axis-214), which is exactly what 
> we would need (I tested it on another lab, it is really awesome), but 
> it comes naturally with a high price (~$1,250 - amazon list a used one 
> for ~$525???). Does anybody else has other suggestions, maybe cheaper 
> but still efficient? Any comments / suggestions?
>
> Best,
>
> Julien
>
>
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> Dr. Julien Allaz
> Electron microprobe manager
> University of Colorado Boulder
> Dept. of Geological Sciences
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>
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> =============================
>

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