Site Map - Cameras

Thermal Cameras

- D-Series thermal dome cameras from FLIR Systems, Inc., of Portland, Oregon, let security operators see in the dark and through smoke. The indoor dome cameras are especially valuable in emergencies, when lights go out or smoke obscures conventional cameras.

Megapixel Camera

- SANYO Security Systems of Chatsworth, California, has introduced a new high-definition megapixel IP video surveillance camera. The VCC-HD4000 features a 4-megapixel image sensor that delivers full high-definition image quality. Image quality is enhanced through the unit’s built-in, glass, 10X HD autofocus zoom lens.

Camera Mount

- Dotworkz Systems of San Diego has introduced the E-Z Lock Pole Mounting System, which employs a tilt-and-locking mechanism to enable the positioning of surveillance cameras at the exact viewing angle needed to compensate for slanting poles or walls. It can also be used for mounting a camera to monitor an up/down application such as an escalator or traffic on a steep hill.

Dome Cameras

- GE Security, Inc., of Bradenton, Florida, has introduced two analog, fixed-dome cameras that offer multiple features previously unavailable in single cameras. The CamPlus 2 DM2 and DR2 are styled to blend into any environment and complement a variety of settings. They perform in extreme high- and low-light situations and provide high-quality surveillance images in a range of discreet commercial applications.

Camera Positioning

- A new ULISSE integrated positioning unit from Videotec of Schio, Italy, is designed specifically for use with thermal cameras. The side opening enclosure is equipped with germanium glass, which is transparent to infrared. The glass covers transmission from 7.5 to 14 micrometers infrared wavelength range with the best optical quality.

Mini Dome

- Vicon Industries of Hauppauge, New York, has introduced the S10-CH mini camera dome with pan-tilt-zoom capabilities. The color camera and lens with digital slow shutter, pan-tilt drive, receiver, and CPU-based electronics is packaged in an attractive, lightweight enclosure for indoor installations.

Video Control

- The Avigilon Control Center V3.2 is the newest version of the high-definition video surveillance system from Avigilon of Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. It provides superior image quality and digital pan-tilt-zoom, while supporting a wide range of high-definition IP cameras (from one to 16 megapixels) and analog cameras.

Network Dome Cameras

- Panasonic System Solutions Company of Secaucus, New Jersey, has introduced two new i-Pro network dome cameras that incorporate the company’s Super Dynamic III technology.

IP Video

- On-Net Surveillance Systems Inc. of Suffern, New York, is collaborating with StarDot Technologies of Buena Park, California, to combine OnSSI’s surveillance software with StarDot’s high-resolution cameras and servers, enabling advanced video analytics to facilitate monitoring and minimize bandwidth requirements.

High Resolution Domes

- CBC (AMERICA) Corp. of Commack, New York, has introduced a new series of indoor and outdoor dome cameras.

Camera Positioning

- The new high-speed positioning system from Bosch Security Systems of Fairport, New York, provides performance and quality for challenging surveillance applications. Based on a high-speed pan-and-tilt unit, it offers a camera module with autofocus and a choice of high-definition camera and zoom lens combinations.

Infrared Camera

- ICx Technologies of Billerica, Massachusetts, has introduced an affordable, uncooled infrared camera that is also equipped with continuous optical zoom capabilities.

Network Camera

- Axis Communications of Chelmsford, Massachusetts, offers a new vandal-resistant, pan-tilt-zoom network camera.

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