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[Secutech2014] Korea30: Daiwon new lens tech stands out among major brands

[Secutech2014] Korea30: Daiwon new lens tech stands out among major brands
Daiwon , has also presented its most promising lens, 60500 – 3MASD at Secutech 2014. Released in 2013, with focal length 6.0 to 50.0 mm, Daiwan 60500 – 3MASD has secured its irreplaceable position in the surveillance industry.

During the SEcutech 2014, many lens suppliers have showcased their highlighted products that set to take the market by storm, including Chinese manufacturers EVETAR, Yutong as well as Korean supplier Daiwon.

DAIWON OPTICAL, the well-known lens manufacturer has grown steadily into a world-class lens manufacturer since its establishment. Daiwon , has also presented its most promising lens, 60500 – 3MASD at Secutech 2014. Released in 2013, with focal length 6.0 to 50.0 mm, Daiwan 60500 – 3MASD has secured its irreplaceable position in the surveillance industry. With its high-resolution feature as well as wide focus ability, Daiwan 60500 is set to be a star this year.

Among other competitors, Chinese lens manufactures presented their latest models too. Xiamen-based Chinese supplier EVETAR takes its fisheye lenses in pride, especially EVETAR F123B0151RM12 lens. EVETAR F123B0151RM12 provides panoramic security with high resolution, more than 30% contrast at 200 Ip/mm at corner and is embedded with big F-theta distortion for image processing. Another head turner from China– Yutong's YT2812FB.IR-JZ from its Motorized Lens Series, this product supports 720P and 1080P HD cameras as well as near-infrared monitoring and auto iris. It is expected to replace to replace old-fashioned mutual adjusting lenses in the market by adjusting the monitoring range automatically in the background.

 

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