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VIVOTEK releases transportation applications in London

VIVOTEK releases transportation applications in London

Editor / Provider: VIVOTEK | Updated: 11/13/2013 | Article type: Security 50

VIVOTEK, as one of the leading brands in the global IP surveillance market, has announced its participation in the Transport security Expo to demonstrate VIVOTEK's latest solutions for transportation applications, and to exchange business ideas with professionals from the aviation, maritime and public transport fields.

In the past decade, security issues concerning terrorism and other crimes in the transportation sector have increased significantly worldwide. Security inside or outside of vehicles and in public transportation have become a top concern since damage to transportation infrastructure directly impact not only the victims, but also the local and worldwide economy. As such, proactive vertical and horizontal assessment to risk, efficient and effective measures for protecting travelers' safety, approaches to minimize illegal initiatives and various security threats have been highly emphasized in the market.

Bearing the market trend and customers' demands, VIVOTEK has been committed to comprehensive development of best-in-class, reliable IP surveillance solutions for transportation. Besides having superb image quality, VIVOTEK cameras also feature IP66- or IP67- weatherproof, IK10-rated vandal-proof and/or NEMA 4X-rated housings for corrosion prevention, as well as vibration resistance EN50155 standard for professional mobile surveillance as prerequisites for products that are designed for transportation applications. VIVOTEK's transportation product lineup ranges from speed dome to fisheye to fixed dome network cameras, including but not limited to SD8363E, MD8562, FD8151V-F2, FD8372,FE8172/73 and IP8371E.

2013 Security50 video trend(9-2):IP continues to penetrate SMB sectors

2013 Security50 video trend(9-2):IP continues to penetrate SMB sectors

Editor / Provider: Jill Lai, a&s International | Updated: 11/13/2013 | Article type: Hot Topics

When it comes to large systems, most have already migrated to IP. Analog has a large existing installation base, but is waning for new projects. In the next five years, how fast IP video is able to penetrate the small to mid-size segment with under 16 cameras will greatly influence its future growth rate. Unlike a previous focus on large, complex, professional solutions, many leading IP video surveillance suppliers, such as Axis Communications, Avigilon, Bosch Security Systems, Milestone Systems and Sony Electronics launched small systems to attract SMB customers.

Riki Nishimura, GM of Visual Security Solutions Division, Professional Solutions Company, APAC, Sony Electronics said, “Sony's IP products have had a good presence and high brand awareness in the high-end and government market sector; in comparison, there is still a room to grow for Sony at the private and SMB sector. Even though the government sector, in some emerging countries, still produces major scale projects, many recent projects got postponed. In recent years, Sony has strategically strengthened its private and SMB sectors globally. Sony's latest launch of all-in-one compact HD camera is a perfect example.”

“The markets which would drive IP video with the highest growth have moved from large-installation projects to smaller ones. So, the next driving force for IP video growth will depend on whether IP suppliers are able to provide a more cost-efficient or ‘unique' solution for markets with under 16 cameras to compete with analog systems. Price for IP is definitely a factor. 720p network cameras will probably overtake the original CCTV market for this sector in the near future.” said Steve Ma, Executive VP, VIVOTEK.

“For SMB markets, VIVOTEK's new panoramic PTZ is especially designed for open-area monitoring with extreme detail. This feature is realized through the synergy of a VIVOTEK megapixel fisheye camera with a speed dome camera. It saves on the overall cost of the surveillance system, effectively reducing the number of cameras, labor cost, power consumption and maintenance expenses, which is perfect and special for the retail sector.”

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Dynacolor unveils DynaGuardTM T, I series NVR and DynaHawk 720/820 speed domes

Dynacolor unveils DynaGuardTM T, I series NVR and DynaHawk 720/820 speed domes

Editor / Provider: Dynacolor | Updated: 10/2/2013 | Article type: Security 50

The Dynacolor announces the DynaGuardTM T series Network Video Recorder, an economical lineup of 1080P real-time H.264 NVR. With compact size casing, IP camera Plug & Play supporting, and built-in Power over Ethernet switch, the T series NVR is designed specifically for small to medium-sized business and surveillance markets.

Features such as Full HD crystal clear video via local display output port, IP cameras dual streaming function, and embedded Power over Ethernet switch help system integrators to reduce time and cost on network bandwidth, equipment, power cabling and cumbersome installation.

Furthermore, integrated with Plug & Play function, the T series NVR offers users easy connection without the inconvenience of network, user name, password, and other complicated settings. And with its small size, the T series NVR is suited for areas with limited space. Coming with DynaHawkTM WH/WJ/WL/WM/WN series home security IP cameras, which offer excellent video quality in stunning micro size, the T series NVR is the best solution for SMB surveillance. Besides, all of the W series home security IP cameras are equipped with IR LED, edge recording, PoE powering-on, Plug & Play support, and other convenient functions. The DynaGuardTM T series NVR is extremely perfect to build a 24/7 safe and economical security system for SMB applications.

Looking for small/medium sized NVR suitable for offices, convenience stores, gas stations, communities? Dynacolor's DynaGuard I Series NVR is specially designed with compact unit size that monitors 6 channels IP cameras, ideal for installation with limited spaces.

Standard model of I Series NVR connects IP cameras through LAN network with stress-free setup. In the meantime, Pro model of I Series NVR offers built-in PoE switch that supports Plug Play connection, reducing expenditure on equipment, camera power supply and cabling. Featuring IP cameras configuration function, image quality, video format and motion detection settings can be directly configured on I Series NVR, without having to prepare a PC for separate setup.

Recording with 1080P/D1 dual streaming in H.264 High/Main Profiles, I Series NVR delivers crystal clear video display on local full HD monitor with efficient database consumption. Along with standard display mode, I Series NVR features Portrait display mode that suits for corridor or hallway monitoring.

While searching for playback videos, the preview screens provide pre-scan of desired videos.DynaRemote and DynaGuard CMS are remote clients on PC for distant access to I Series NVR, giving boundless surveillance controls. Likewise, APPs such as NetGuard and DroidGuard fulfill handy monitoring on portable devices with iOS and Android platforms.

Dedicated in IP speed dome market, NH720/820-20x equips with DynaColor's own-development PTZ module which includes high quality Sony progressive scan CMOS sensor, mega-pixel 20 times optical zoom lens providing exceptional details surveillance experience. DynaColor also introduces our latest image enhancing and video streaming technologies into this product. With wide dynamic range (WDR), Digital Noise Reduction (DNR), and Digital Slow Shutter (DSS) features, NH720/820-20x is able to provide high quality image under diverse light conditions. NH720/820-20x can also delivers at most four video streams and H.264 High Profile /Main Profile / Base Line codec to provides more flexibility in different application. It could be powered through High Power over Ethernet (820.3at) which tremendously simplified the installation process since only one network cable is required.

Hikvision safeguards Czech alarm manufacturer Jablotron

Hikvision safeguards Czech alarm manufacturer Jablotron

Editor / Provider: Hikvision | Updated: 9/30/2013 | Article type: Commercial Markets

Located in Prague, the capital of the Czech Republic, is the new location of Jablotron Security company, which belongs to Jablotron Group - leading suppliers of alarms with thousands of authorized installers and hundreds of thousands of satisfied customers around the world.

Jablotron Security company focus is on alarm receiving centre services in the Czech Republic. Numbers of Hikvision products were chosen to protect both Jablotron's Security reputation and its new building.

Designed, supplied and commissioned by EUROALARM, authorized partner, importer, distributor and system integrator of Hikvision in the Czech Republic, this modern IP camera based system will undoubtedly serve to Jablotron needs for many years to come.

"Jablotron's Security overall goal was to design a high-quality CCTV system, but one that was easy to operate. We put a great deal of emphasis on the ability to obtain clear, quality, pictures in both day and night environments; as well the ability to view them live or by recording," explained Martin Svoboda, Operational Director at Jablotron Security.

The guts, so to speak, of this CCTV system was a quartet of Hikvision cameras: the DS-2DF1-514 5" Network High Speed Dome, DS-2CD8253F-EI IR Bullet Network Camera, DS-2CD764F-E 1.3 MP Network Dome Camera, and the DS-2DF1-402 4” Network High Speed Dome.

Internally, main entrances, as well as emergency exits were deemed areas that needed coverage. Additionally, hallways, various office space, and security management rooms were designated as requiring additional security.

Primarily tasked with this effort was Hikvision's DS-2CD764F-E 1.3 MP Network Dome Camera. "We found this unit to be particularly good in areas such as receiving, as well as other office space. We are really able to see, in great detail, what is important," noted Mr. Svoboda.

Features, such as up-to 1.3 megapixel (1280 x 960) resolution and HD720P real time video, allow the DS-2CD764F-E to successfully achieve this goal.

Located in the server room is the DS-2DF1-402 4” Network High Speed Dome. This camera was specifically chosen because of its 360° endless pan range. It was also put on a 24-hour scan feature to better visually patrol the area. This Hikvision model allows IP - both inside headquarters, as well as those outside (by remote viewing) - to keep constant vigil over this highly-important room.

While on the exterior, Hikvision's DS-2DF1-514 5" Network High Speed Dome mans the roof. Obviously, an IP66 rating is critical to this camera being able to do its job in hot European summers and brutally cold winters. Also, due to the area this camera resides - the roof - it is vital to zoom on any potential threats. A 23x zoom provides this, while a 360° endless pan range and -5°-185° tilt range gives the ability to quickly follow any item of interest. Interestingly, "We really liked this camera, and purchased an extra unit just in case of any emergency situation," added Mr. Svoboda.

Placed liberally along the external facade of these headquarters is the DS-2CD8253F-EI IR Bullet Network Camera. Again, sporting an IP66 rating, the DS-2CD8253F-EI also provides true day / night ability and an IR range of up-to 30m to give excellent coverage all lighting conditions. Mr. Svoboda remarked, "For this particular application, night vision was critical, and we are very comfortable with the DS-2CD8253F-EI's ability."

Finally, tying this CCTV system together is Hikvision's DS-8632NI-ST NVR. "The DS-8632NI-ST allows us to connect all of our internal and external Hikvision cameras into this 32-channel NVR. This conveniently and efficiently provides multiple access for different users, such as personnel at reception, security, or various managers that need require usage of our CCTV system," summed up Mr. Svoboda.

10 latest technological upgrades for speed domes

10 latest technological upgrades for speed domes

Editor / Provider: a&s editor | Updated: 9/3/2013 | Article type: Tech Corner

In 2013, speed domes entered into the arena of ultra high definition. Asmag has compiled a list of 10 technological upgrades that have made speed domes the new favorite in the projects market.

Full HD Network Speed Dome Cameras
Speed domes require special installation and have higher maintenance and operational costs. After upgrades to specifications and efficiency were made, mainstream resolution has been substantially upgraded to 20-30x optical zoom at 1080p. Additionally, the price difference between network and analog is not big, which has allowed network cameras to become the preferred technology for projects.

CMOS Night Vision Optimization
Nowadays, cameras equipped with CMOS light sensors are comparable to those with CCD sensors. The optics industry has strengthened the effectiveness of CMOS sensors in low light; camera manufacturers have raised the light sensitivity on their cameras, allowing speed domes to provide clear images even in low light, as well as filter light given off by street lamps. In addition, speed domes have already built-in ICR and WDR, which allows for clear images.

Supports 4 Streams, 3 Compression Formats, and Mobile Viewing
Dual streaming no longer meets the needs of the market. Nowadays, speed domes equipped with the best processing chips are able to simultaneously export images onto 4 streams; high-end cameras support multiple compression formats (H.264, MJPEG, and MPEG4). Other cameras can support either 1080p at 30fps or 720p at 60fps. The above specifications satisfy users' requests for real-time viewing, recording, and mobile viewing, as well as meet image quality and compression format requirements. Among these requests, mobile viewing has become an essential—it is also the newest weapon for users to control PTZ functions from their mobiles at any time.

Built-in SD Card Automatically Saves and Recovers When Disconnected
Supporting SD/SDHC cards is now a standard feature on speed domes. When the network disconnects, images are immediately stored at the front-end of the camera, and if other problems arise it can make a temporary backup. Once the network has been reconnected, the camera will automatically be restored back to the image before the disconnection occurred.

More Presets; Tilt Angles Expand Scope of View
The cruising preset is the speed dome's most unique characteristic and duty. Previously, speed domes had 128 presets, but as technology has developed this number has grown to 256 with 8 automatic cruise settings. Moreover, minute horizontal and vertical movements of only 0.1 degrees can be made, giving more energy to speed domes for operations and use. Regarding installation of speed domes near walls and the issue of ceilings causing blind spots, improved lenses allow tilt angle movements of plus or minus 20 degrees providing a wider field of vision.

Panoramic Thumbnails Allow for Intuitive Operations
With speed dome networking, users can use a mouse for operations. Within three minutes of being turned on, the speed dome automatically conducts a 360 degree panoramic and 180 degree vertical scan and then turns the images into small thumbnails. From the thumbnails, the users can move and select from the images and the lens will immediately move to the selected area; a mouse can also be used to mark a preset point, as well as set up a group and cruising route. The preset point can then be zoomed in or out on and the speed of movement between two points can be adjusted individually.

Calibrate Images from Deviating at Any Time
After a while, the substantial movement of the speed dome will cause disparities to slowly show between the images the lens presents and its actual position. However, it is now possible to set two times for the camera to automatically calibrate and immediately conduct some fine tuning so that the disparities are lessened. Speed domes will store in its memory the set points it was previously moved to without needing any special set up so that the next time it can use the previous memory for its cruising path.

Distinct Auto Tracking Speeds
Auto tracking technology is already mature. It can follow a moving object at the speed it is moving and accelerate and decelerate accordingly.

Audio Detection Makes 3D People Counting More Accurate
3D people counting can detect a three-dimensional person's head, body, and movement. It can also accurately count the total amount of people in its vicinity, as well as determine and record direction and path of movement, allowing the speed dome's IVA to correctly carry out its management tasks.

Due to requirements for government projects, audio detection alarms were developed. Currently, speed domes can only detect audio—when a sound goes over the preset it triggers an alarm; however, over time audio detection will evolve. Eventually, speed domes will not only be capable of recognizing different categories of sounds, but also be able to put the image together with the sound, as well as be able to trace the origin of the sound.

Pairing With Fisheyes for All-Around Surveillance
As the technology for fisheye cameras mature, there are already companies providing fisheye lenses and speed domes as an integrated solution. This allows the users to use the manual or automatic tracing mode to more accurately lock onto suspicious persons or objects from the panoramic image.

The panoramic map taken with the fisheye lens can be used with the speed dome to match and pair images during installation. The user can then immediately use the on-site panoramic image to control the speed dome, which not only allows the user to see a more complete picture, but also allows them to trace every detail within the panoramic image.

LILIN USA supplied video surveillance for Chevrolet dealership

LILIN USA supplied video surveillance for Chevrolet dealership

Editor / Provider: Sponsored by LILIN | Updated: 9/2/2013 | Article type: Commercial Markets

LILIN USA teamed up with Clark Security Products, Dave Clark Construction, Alpha Electric, and Tom Bell Chevrolet to complete the largest renovation of any existing Chevrolet dealership to date.

The ultimate goal of the dealership owners was to retain redundancy with the video backup in the case of a hard drive experiencing downtime failure. LILIN provided a 36-channel server (CMX1036) with RAID storage, offering a back-up drive if the primary hard drive is unavailable. Camera-wised, the show room indoor premises is comprised of more than 30 pieces of HD LILIN iMEGAPRO series IP-based cameras, including the IPD2322ESX3.6 flush mount dome cameras as well as IPR6122ESX3.6 IR dome cameras mounted on the ceiling for both indoor and outdoor areas.

In addition, LILIN IPR7334ESX3.6 outdoor IR bullet-type cameras with built-in ANPR (Automatic Number Plate Recognition) feature are able to capture license plate numbers on the driveway. LILIN also supplied an IPS6224M 1.3 megapixel resolution with PTZ (pan-tilt-zoom) feature high speed dome camera is able to tour the overall car sales lot; the dealership staff can therefore benefit from accessing playback remotely in the facility's office.

LILIN USA is proud to gain this opportunity in creating such ideal retail experience for Tom Bell Chevrolet. Tom Bell Chevrolet is very pleased with the image quality what LILIN security system delivered and would like to thank all of those involved in bringing this project to fruition.

VIVOTEK launches 1080p Full HD speed dome network camera SD8363E

VIVOTEK launches 1080p Full HD speed dome network camera SD8363E

Editor / Provider: VIVOTEK | Updated: 8/8/2013 | Article type: Security 50

VIVOTEK announced the launch of the state-of-the-art 1080p Full HD speed dome network camera SD8363E. With several advanced features as exceptional frame rate, extreme weatherproofing, IP66- and NEMA 4X-rated housing, and WDR Pro technology, SD8363E is uniquely designed with 360°continuous pan and 220° extended tilt range, which effectively eliminates dead angles while zooming in and provides extra coverage with improved viewing angles. Representing the next generation in network speed dome cameras, SD8363E is especially ideal for monitoring wide open indoor and outdoor spaces as airports, ports, stadiums, highways and parking lots, where high-level reliability and precision under challenging surveillance conditions are always required.

Featuring WDR Pro and a removable IR-cut filter, SD8363E is capable of coping with challenging lighting conditions and generating image quality close to the capabilities of the human eyes around the clock. With real-time H.264, MPEG-4 and MJPEG compression technology, extra smooth video quality with resolution up to 30 fps at 1080p is secured while conserving valuable network bandwidth.

To ensure reliable and stable operation under harsh environmental conditions, the IP66 rating and extreme weatherproofing protect the camera against rain and dust within a wide temperature range of between -40°C to 55°C. Together with the NEMA 4X-rated housing, corrosion and ice formation on the enclosure can be avoided. The new electronic dehumidifier component can also be utilized to precisely control the humidity inside the closure in accordance with the ambient environment.

Steve Ma, VIVOTEK's Executive VP, stated, "We are pleased to announce the official launch of our next generation speed dome SD8363E. With our experience in professional surveillance technology, and by listening carefully to the market, we have responded to the market's demand for a speed dome with cutting-edge features. VIVOTEK is proud to have successfully developed the SD8363E to fulfill our customers' needs to demanding, high-end surveillance applications."

VIVOTEK IP cameras to secure Moldavian city hall

VIVOTEK IP cameras to secure Moldavian city hall

Editor / Provider: VIVOTEK | Updated: 8/1/2013 | Article type: Government & Public Services

Chisinsu, with more than 700,000 inhabitants, is the largest city in Moldova and also the country's political, economic and cultural center. The very first record of Chisinsu dates back to the 15th century. It achieved city status in the early 19th century and became the capital when the Moldavian Soviet Socialistic Republic was established. With the city's long and fascinating past, there are many historical sites that attract tourists. Chisinsu City Hall, located in the central part of the city, is more than 110 years old, and acts as the hub of the capital city. Built in an Italian Gothic style, Chisinsu City Hall is itself one of the city's historical and architectural monuments. In view of the need to provide high-quality security for the historic building and grounds, as well as for VIP guests from all over the world, Chisinsu City Hall sought better surveillance solutions from Moldova Security, which is VIVOTEK's local distributor. With their high performance and superior video quality, VIVOTEK's cameras were chosen.

In this project, a few VIVOTEK IP camera models were installed, including the day/night bullet camera, dome camera and speed dome camera. All are equipped with a 2-megapixel CMOS sensor and removable IR-cut filter. With superior video technology, these cameras can not only deliver the superb image quality around the clock, but also optimize the bandwidth usage. Exceptional image quality is especially important for the Chisinsu City Hall, where accurate identification 24 hours a day is required.

Designed for outdoor surveillance, the bullet camera features several advanced features that ensure excellent monitoring performance, including an auto-iris lens, mounting bracket with cable management, tamper detection and weather-proof IP67-rated housing. The speed dome, another outdoor camera used for this project, is designed especially for monitoring wide-open indoor or outdoor spaces or situations where high precision is required. In addition to using a weather-proof housing, the speed dome can operate in a wide range of temperatures between -40°C and 55°C, ensuring normal operation even under extreme weather conditions. Since Moldova's average temperature in January is -4°C, the speed dome, with such strong weather-proofing features, turns out to be the most suitable choice. Moreover, because it is equipped with WDR technology, the speed dome provides clear images even under high-contrast or backlit lighting conditions. The dome camera, featuring superb megapixel image quality, provides wide coverage while delivering the finest details. With other advanced features such as 802.3af PoE, an SD/SDHC card slot, and real-time MPEG-4 and MJPEG compression technology, the three cameras are ideal cameras for enhancing security inside and outside of Chisinsu City Hall.

Sharon Lee, Director of VIVOTEK's Europe Business Division, stated: “It's our great pleasure to have been chosen by Chisinsu City Hall. Preservation of the historic building and surroundings should be emphasized and highly valued. A comprehensive security infrastructure with a high-quality and seamless surveillance system is pivotal to this preservation. VIVOTEK's cameras, with numerous advanced features, such as video cropping for bandwidth saving, tamper detection, removable IR-cut filter, and built-in IR illuminators, are the best choices for this project.”

VIVOTEK cams help ensure security and compliance at S. African gaming authority

VIVOTEK cams help ensure security and compliance at S. African gaming authority

Editor / Provider: VIVOTEK | Updated: 7/17/2013 | Article type: Commercial Markets

The National Gambling Board (NGB) is subject to strict security requirements, as it is the agency within the Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) responsible for the oversight of matters related to casinos, gambling, betting and wagering in South Africa. In order to achieve compliance with the DTI's standards and requirements, the NGB approached the SBD Group, an existing partner of the NGB, to install a turnkey security solution in the NGB's new offices.

SBD, provided with the specifications for the project, proposed a complete solution that included access control, a biometric system, and comprehensive audio-visual facilities including video conferencing in the NSB's main boardroom. The foundation of this comprehensive system lies in the video cameras. SBD turned to Miro, VIVOTEK's official distributor in South Africa, for the cameras as well as the switches and software required to run the installation. Viewing the clarity of the cameras' video, the sustainability of the solution and the good service provided, the NGB opted for VIVOTEK and Miro.

For this project, VIVOTEK's fixed dome, speed dome, fisheye and bullet style network cameras were adopted. VIVOTEK's range of cameras have been recognised for their excellent picture clarity, delivering extremely clear and detailed images, making them perfect for an environment like the NGB offices. Ideal for locations and situations requiring accurate identification, VIVOTEK's cameras support tamper detection, which detects data loss from camera tampering in real time. When the camera is blocked, redirected, or spray-painted, security staff will be alerted immediately in accordance with the camera settings.

Implementation of the entire project required two months, with very few installation issues. Where there were a few teething problems with the software, Miro helped resolve them within days. The software, VAST, provides a powerful hierarchical system for an unlimited number of stations and cameras with full functionality for a diverse range of applications.

SBD's Adrian Kriel said, "We proposed VIVOTEK's range of cameras to the client because of the quality of the products. We installed a full range of cameras - from the fisheyes to the domes, and everything in between – as well as the switches and VAST software to run the system. In addition, Miro's assistance on this project was exceptional because we were given a very short turnaround time. We had a week to get all of the products in, and somehow they managed to make it happen. In a complex installation like this, it is essential that everything functions perfectly. The products and service helped ensure that."

Hikvision releases 2-MP 30x IR network speed domes

Hikvision releases 2-MP 30x IR network speed domes

Editor / Provider: Hikvision Digital Technology | Updated: 7/12/2013 | Article type: Security 50

Hikvision announced the availability of its new DS-2DF7286 2MP Network IR Speed Dome, together released is DS-2DF7276 offering 1.3MP resolution. Both cameras feature an 30x optical zoom capability, as well as smart features to make surveillance easier. These two models offer users an excellent surveillance option for high-resolution and clear video monitoring as both provide long range visibility, 24 hours a day, in all lighting conditions.

As noted, the DS-2DF7286 and DS-2DF7276 Speed Domes stand out by offering a 30x optical zoom capability. This helps users observe close-up detail of distant objects and individuals. This can be particularly beneficial in environments where tracking and zooming are paramount (such as airports, highways, stadiums, and scenic sites).

An additional benefit offered by these two is “smart” features. Engineered with a smart tracking function, both domes can detect any progressively moving object and follow it within the camera's area of coverage without fault. Facial detection is further supported to ensure that an individual's face is present in the picture during tracking. A smart defog feature is also incorporated to help improve the clarity of images captured in poor weather conditions, such as rain or fog; and smart IR technology is added to address the problem of over-exposure of IR LEDs at the center of images.

Furthermore, another interesting feature is ROI (Region of Interest) encoding. This allows capture high resolution images of key information such as license plates and facial detection, and also decreases non-ROI's image quality to save on overall bandwidth.

Utilizing high performance CMOS, the DS-2DF7286 and DS-2DF7276 provide high-quality imaging with up-to 1920x1080 and 1280x960 resolution apiece. With true day / night capability, the two speed domes deliver detection level surveillance at distances of up-to 120 meters, even in total darkness. Finally, 3D DNR technology even helps to eliminate image noise in low-light conditions without creating ghosting and blurring; while DWDR is supported to make these cameras ideal for locations where there may be a strong contrast in lighting conditions.

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