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Compact Cameras

- Pelco of Clovis, California, has introduced two new cameras that feature compact size, superior quality images, and an affordable price.

Thermal Imaging

- The Thermal-Eye X-150 is the newest addition to the line of thermal imaging cameras from Dallas-based L-3 Infrared Products. The lightweight, pocket-sized camera has an operating life of six hours and can detect activity from more than 1,000 feet away in total darkness.

Bullet Cameras

- Speco Technologies of Amityville, New York, has introduced two new bullet cameras. The HT-INTB9 weatherproof camera features 540 TV lines of resolution and a 5- to 50-millimeter auto-iris varifocal lens, while the HT-INTB10 has a 9- to 22-millimeter lens.

Impact-Resistant Domes

- Vicon Industries Inc. of Hauppauge, New York, has added new models to its Roughneck V910 line of impact-resistant camera domes. Three new IP models offer power-over-Ethernet, eliminating the need for a separate power supply. They are available with an integral high-resolution color camera, a day/night camera, or a camera with wide dynamic range.

Day/Night Camera

- The SHC735N super-wide dynamic-range, ultra-high resolution, day/night camera incorporates fourth generation proprietary digital signal processing technology. New from Samsung 360 of Melville, New York, the camera offers 560 TV lines of resolution in color and 700 lines in black-and-white.

Mini-Dome Camera

- Verint Systems Inc. of Melville, New York, has extended its IP camera line with the Nextiva S2750e mini-dome IP camera. Flexible deployment options and excellent image quality make the camera ideal for point-to-point applications or as a component in end-to-end enterprise IP solutions.

Thermal Imager

- ICx Technologies of Billerica, Massachusetts, has introduced the next generation of rugged thermal imagers with better protection against water and particulate intrusion. VisionIR offers a low-cost, low-power-consumption alternative for the military and commercial security markets.

Bullet Camera

- New from Samsung 360 of Melville, New York, is the SIR-4150N high-resolution day/night IR LED bullet camera, which produces 520 TV lines in color and 570 TV lines in black-and-white. With a weather rating of IP 65, the camera can be used both indoors and outdoors.

Megapixel Cameras

- The IQeye Sentinel Series from IQinVision of San Clemente, California, features a tamper-resistant enclosure that comes fully integrated with a high-resolution camera and lens system. It can be mounted on walls or ceilings without special mounting hardware and requires only a single tool for all adjustments.

Power Module

- The HubSat remote video/data/power accessory module from Altronix of Brooklyn, New York, works as a transmitter, receiver, and power controller. It allows video feeds from four cameras to be transmitted to a remote designated location via a single structured cable while supplying the required camera power.

Outdoor Dome

- A new weatherproof dome camera from Speco Technologies of Amityville, New York, offers resolution of 540 lines and resistance to tampering. The HT-7247iHR uses a 9- to 22-millimeter auto-iris varifocal lens to produce sharp pictures.

IP Camera

- Pelco of Clovis, California, has introduced the Pelco IP3701 Series Color Network Camera, which is built on an open architecture for flexibility in connecting to existing IT and security investments. Users can view and control the cameras via a standard Web browser, using the company’s Endura video systems, or through many available third-party software offerings.

Camera Domes

- Vicon Industries Inc. of Hauppauge, New York, has introduced the VC-700S and VC-710S Series of fixed-position camera domes. Both series’ domes incorporate a fixed camera and lens combination and are configured for in-ceiling or surface-mount installation.
 




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