Scallop Imaging Debuts Digital Window A7-180 Camera

Scallop Imaging, provider of high-resolution, digital video camera technology, recently debuted its Digital Window A7-180 analog security camera at the ASIS. 

The camera uses a 7 megapixel staring array to deliver non-fisheye, panoramic video across a 180 degree x 48 degree field of view.  The staring array has the resolution of 23 standard VGA cameras, and the camera's internal imaging engine delivers a 180 degree view plus up to three 8X optical zoom detail views, packaged into one NTSC frame compatible with standard CCTV analog networks. 

"While the trend is to adopt digital IP video, there is a large installed base of analog infrastructure that can benefit from our camera," said Peter Jones, CEO of Scallop Imaging.  "Our unique computational imaging system brings the power of digital to analog systems.  This provides customers with much higher quality video than traditionally available, and dramatically extends the lifetime of their installed analog infrastructure, saving time and money."

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