Sony SNC-VB770 Ultra High Sensitivity 4K Network Camera with 35 mm Full-frame Exmor™ CMOS Sensor
The SNC-VB770 4K network camera achieves this illumination by using its highly-sensitive 35 mm full-frame Exmor sensor, optimised E-mount lenses to maximise the performance of the sensor, and its signal processing engine. This enables the camera to capture crisp, clear 4K/30 fps colour video with much less noise in extreme low-light conditions.
• Ultra-high sensitivity of expandable ISO 409600 captures clear colour video even in near darkness. Thanks to the ultra-high sensitivity of expandable ISO 409600, the SNC-VB770 features a minimum illumination of less than 0.004 lx to capture exceptionally detailed 4K/30 fps colour video, even at night and in similar extreme lighting environments.
• Intelligent Cropping gives a wide area situational overview of the whole scene and a closer view of specific areas of interest at the same time. Operators can see the whole scene with Full HD resolution, plus up to four VGA cropped image areas. This allows more efficient management of network bandwidth, reducing data storage requirements by up to 50% compared with conventional solutions. In addition, Multi Tracking can recognise and dynamically track multiple subjects in these separate windows. This can reduce the risk of missing suspicious activity, letting operators see unidentified subjects as cropped images whenever they come into the frame.
• Maximum detail where it matters with Intelligent Coding where it optimises efficient management of network bandwidth while maintaining 4K resolution where it's needed. It gives selected of-interest areas maximum detail, while reducing bit-rates in the other areas of the image to save network bandwidth by up to 50% and minimise storage costs compared with conventional network cameras.
• Best picture quality around the clock with Intelligent Scene Capture - any time of day or night without adjusting camera settings. Intelligent Scene Capture automatically selects optimum picture settings responding to environments such as weather, time, and lighting conditions and providing the best picture quality for the scene. Picture settings can also be adjusted manually, or set according to time schedules.