ArecontVision enhances MegaDome 2 with STELLAR low light tech

ArecontVision enhances MegaDome 2 with STELLAR low light tech

Arecont Vision has added a number of significant enhancements to its popular all-in-one MegaDome 2 Day/Night megapixel cameras on display at ASIS 2014. New features include the company's STELLAR (Spatio TEmporalLow Light ARchitecture) Low Light Technology, optional on-board storage up to 32GB via an SDHC card slot; CorridorView capability that allows the camera's image to be rotated 90 degrees for better coverage in hallways and corridors; and an extended ability to scale images to different resolutions to better meet system bandwidth and storage requirements.

Additional performance features found in MegaDome 2 Day/Night megapixel cameras include remote focus/zoom p-iris lenses, Wide Dynamic Range (WDR) up to 100dB, integrated infrared illuminators, and wide angle or telephoto options. MegaDome 2 Day/Night megapixel cameras are available in a wide range of models with resolution up to 10MP.

“Our MegaDome 2 cameras have always offered the most advanced technologies, now with STELLAR and a host of other enhancements, they are even better than before,” said Raul Calderon, Senior Vice President, Arecont Vision. “The new features in our MegaDome 2 cameras further extend their industry-leading performance and capabilities to provide the highest levels of video security, even in the most challenging lighting conditions.”

MegaDome 2 (1.2 MP model) is the first Arecont Vision camera to feature STELLAR Low Light Technology, which expands low-light performance by reducing motion blur and noise, enhancing contrast and enabling color imaging in near complete darkness. This advanced technology will be available on additional Arecont Vision cameras in the near future.

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