Hikvision launches network speed dome series
Hikvision unveiled a new series of state-of-the-art surveillance cameras – DS-2DF5274 1.3MP Network Speed Dome Camera and DS-2DF5284 2MP Network Speed Dome –which are specifically designed to provide the ideal solution for airports, industrial parks, harbors, and any large area where high performance PTZ functionality is required.
The models incorporate true day / night cameras with an IR cut filter and are capable of a 1/3” progressive scan, works extremely well in low light environments and, with the benefit of 3D DNR (Digital Noise Reduction) functionality, the images are further enhanced since it greatly helps to reduce noise and motion blur.
The DS-2DF5274 offers a 1280x960 resolution at 25 to 30 frames per second, and a 20X optical zoom of 4.3mm to 86.0mm. It also has a zoom speed of 5s and 54.1–3.2 degree angle of view. Whilst the DS-2DF5284 is a similar camera with slightly different capabilities, gives consumers another option. It has an HD 1080p resolution at 25 to 30 frames per second, as well as a 20X optical zoom of 4.7 to 94mm. Its zoom speed is 2.7s with a 58.3–3.2 degree angle of view.
With a pan speed of 540°/s and an endless range of 360°, they are extremely effective in capturing the most minute activities when deployed. As network cameras, they can be integrated in a surveillance network through an RJ45 Ethernet connection, providing seamless functionality with other compatible network surveillance devices. The products offer dual streaming and H.264/MJPEG/MPEG4 compression to optimize bandwidth consumption. It even supports up to 10 users simultaneously monitoring live images at different locations. ONVIF and PSIA protocols are also supported for the integration with other equipments, to meet the requirements of different surveillance needs.
Other features include 24 programmable privacy masks, with a maximum of 8 zones masked on the same video screen. These customizable zones stay in place even though the cameras are moving, which meets the needs of today’s users who wish to block certain parts of the cameras’ view for privacy, without compromising their impeccable surveillance of the environment.