The ‘XHR’ (eXtra high resolution) pan and tilt head is the latest Camera Corps design of head, and uses the latest high resolution data system. The head is intended as a high performance replacement for the ‘Hotshot’. It can provide overhead coverage looking vertically downwards with ‘on-axis’ pan operation. When covers are fitted to the cable entries, the head is fully waterproof so requires no covers when used outside. The head has pan slip-rings with a 3G triax slipring incorporated which can be cabled for either Triax or Coax HD-SDI operation. Pan endstops can be set when being used with fiber cameras, or disabled when used for continuous rotation with triax or coax cameras. Both handheld and ‘mini’ cameras can be used on the head. When controlled from the Camera Corps PTZF control panel the head provides excellent performance with a range of very slow to very high speed movement. Cabling is provided for both Canon and Fujinon lenses. Power and data cables are also provided for use with the Hitachi DK-H32/DK-H100 model cameras. A mains power unit takes in AC power and also the data signal. This means that there is just one cable from the power unit to the head (apart from the camera signal on the video or triax).