Pixim, a provider of image sensors and processors for enterprise security cameras, announced that inMotion will introduce a line of security cameras based on Pixim's new chip. The eight-camera series consists of five vandal and indoor domes in a range of sizes, two box cameras and an ATM camera.
inMotion cameras are specified at a resolution of 690 HTVL effective and offer the industry's wide dynamic range. In addition, the cameras require just 0.1 lux of illumination to produce usable, color images at a full 30 fps.
"We serve an international customer base, so it's important our customers get consistent quality and performance from our cameras wherever the cameras are installed," said Kai Leuze, CEO of inMotion. "We specialize in retail, banking, gaming, transportation and government vertical markets where security lighting issues are common. Pixim-powered inMotion cameras are the answer for any lighting situation."
"This is a new company with a new product line," said John Monti, VP of Marketing and Business Development for Pixim. "We know that the capabilities of inMotion cameras will make the company a strong contender in the video security industry."