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Hikvision introduces Effio-E camera series

Hikvision introduces Effio-E camera series

Hikvision released a new series of analog dome cameras, the new “Effio-E” series. Those cameras are based on Sony's “Effio” series DSP, boasting advanced features such as high horizontal resolutions, enhanced low-light capability, Digital Wide Dynamic Range, and Digital Noise Reduction .

Each of the above models performs superbly in low-light environments with a minimum illumination of 0.001Lux@ F1.2 with AGC ON. Additionally, the CCD IR dome cameras incorporate a switchable IR cut filter for full day/night operability, as well as a built-in IR LED to capture super-high resolution images in total darkness within an IR range of 20m~30m. Notably, unlike other conventional analog cameras, these two cameras even support smart IR functionality, allowing superior image quality achievement without the fear of overexposure (because infrared light is automatically adjusted when the object draws closer to the camera).

All four analog dome cameras feature a 1/3” SONY CCD image sensor with 600TVL / 700TVL ultra-high horizontal resolution. Compared with other analog camera series that offer 480 / 540 TVL horizontal resolution, this Hikvision series provides higher video detail and quality for identification purposes.

Rounding out these units, Hikvision's IP66 housing offers additional protection against external elements, such as in rain or dusty environments; these analog cameras are also vandal-proofed to combat tampering and physical attacks, providing an ideal solution for video surveillance in industry parks, office buildings, residential communities, retail stores, and other applications of this nature.

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