The March Networks’ MegaPX DPoC MicroDome captures clear, 3MP video over existing coaxial cables. It is ideal for organizations that want HD-quality video without the expense and disruption required to install Ethernet cabling. The IP camera can transmit video and audio in daisy-chain, loop or star configurations, and reduces installation times by 75% or more. It combines WDR, TDN and P-Iris technology to capture clear, sharp images in bright light and near-darkness.
Hanwha Vision (formerly Hanwha Techwin)
Hanwha introduces the Wisenet P Series PNM-9020V 180-degree Panoramic Multi-sensor camera. Fueled by the demand to capture wider areas of surveillance, Hanwha Techwin introduced its first 180-degree panoramic multi-sensor camera. Key features such as advanced video analytics, variable viewing modes, single IP address, PTZ hand-over function and a wide (84-degree) vertical viewing angle make our PNM-9020V the ideal solution for banking, retail, hospitality, municipal surveillance and healthcare.
Speco Technologies introduces the O2LPR67 2 MP H.265 License Plate Capture Bullet IP Camera with 5-50 motorized lens and white housing. The high-contract performance delivers sharp, clear license plate captures up to full HD 1080p at 30 frames per second. The camera can capture a clear photo on a vehicle traveling up to 60 miles per hour at a range of 165 feet, depending on scene reflection.
Toshiba Surveillance & IP Video Products
Toshiba Surveillance & IP Video Group introduced its new J-WB51A five-megapixel IP bullet camera. Built rugged for outdoor deployment, it is specifically designed for 24/7 video surveillance with a powerful nighttime feature-set highlighted by adaptive IR LEDs, day/night IR cut filter, and True Wide Dynamic Range that ensures forensic-quality video, even in complete darkness or adverse weather.
Speco Technologies introduced their new 4MP bullet and dome IP Cameras. These 4MP cameras offer double the resolution of full HD 1080p cameras. Both cameras include a 2.7-12mm motorized lens, support up to 4MP resolution (2688x1520) at 30fps, and have built-in standard PoE. Features include: true wide dynamic range (WDR) operation, true day/night operation with an IR cut filter, smart IR function and offer an IR range of up to 160 feet.
The Talon G1H is intended for video streaming by amateur users in corporate communications, government, houses of worship, mobile broadcast, K-12 education, and small colleges and universities, all of whom tend to rely on HDMI inputs. Osprey heard from many customers in those spaces who wanted the Talon G1's encoding capabilities at a lower cost, so Osprey made the Talon G1 more affordable by simply taking away the feature this group doesn't use: the SDI input.
License plate details captured at night are no longer lost with the all-new Platinum VF Motorized Lens LPR Network IP Camera 2.1MP, CMIP7923LPR. A vast improvement from Traditional IR, this camera utilizes White Flux LEDs to minimize blowouts from license plate reflections and improves clarity on plate numbers in color. Its built-in motorized varifocal lens zooms from 2.8mm to 20mm, and adjusts autofocus through OSD on the NVR.
LTS introduces Matrix IR 2.0 technology for Network IP and HD-TVI cameras to capture stronger forensic details in high definition at night in little to no lighting. The new technology promises a longer IR LED lifespan, greater light output, wider heat dissipation, and stronger light uniformity by eliminating dark corners on surveillance images. Matrix IR 2.0 technology offers 17.5 times more heat dissipation than Traditional IR and up to 20,000 more hours of IR LED life.
Dahua Technology’s new hybrid multi-sensor PTZ camera offers simultaneous monitoring for a seamless 360-degree overview, while providing the flexibility to zoom and track objects for a detailed regional view. It incorporates eight 2MP sensors for a 360-degree field of view without blind spots; while the 2MP integrated PTZ provides fast, pan/tilt/zoom functionality.