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NETWORK CAMERAS

- Panasonic Corporation of North America of Secaucus, New Jersey, has introduced new i-PRO Full HD cameras that offer full 1080p video with Mega Super Dynamic picture quality, dual streaming, and features such as face detection, and sequential cropping.

HIGH-DEFINITION CAMERAS

- IQinVision of San Juan Cap­istrano, California, has introduced IQeye 7 Series H.264 indoor cameras. Compliant with both ONVIF and PSIA standards, the cameras provide multiple, individually configured H.264 and M-JPEG streams simultaneously.

COLD-WEATHER CAMERAS

- Gläcier Series cameras from Speco Technologies of Amityville, New York, can withstand temperatures as low as -40 degrees Fahrenheit using built-in heaters, making them ideal for harsh outdoor use as well as for monitoring walk-in freezers and other cold indoor areas.

NETWORK DOME

- The IK-WR14A two-megapixel IP network dome camera from Toshiba of Irvine, California, incorporates remote optical zoom, one-touch remote focus, and power over Ethernet cable management.

DOME CAMERAS

- IndigoVision of Edison, New Jersey, has added IP fixed domes to its 11000 range of high-definition cameras.

DAY-NIGHT CAMERAS

- Axis Communications of Chelmsford, Massachusetts, offers two new IP cameras with built-in infrared LED illumination and mechanical infrared-cut filters for day and night surveillance.

LOW-LIGHT CAMERAS

- Three new cameras from JVC Professional Products Company of Wayne, New Jersey, deliver exceptional color reproduction, even in low light.

EFFICIENT CAMERAS

- The IQeye 3 Series H.264 camera from IQinVision of San Juan Capistrano, California, features H.264 main profile compression and is available in three standard- and high-definition models.

WEARABLE CAMERA

- Swann of Santa Fe Springs, California, has introduced a wearable high-definition video camera with a detachable LCD viewer.

IP CAMERAS

- Speco Technologies has launched eight new IP cameras that are ONVIF compatible, so they work with other manufacturers’ products.

HIGH-DEFINITION CAMERAS

- D-Link has introduced four new high-definition cameras that offer rich features and flexibility at an affordable price.

OUTDOOR CAMERA

- G4S Technology of Tewkesbury, Gloucestershire, United Kingdom, has added a new outdoor camera to the Symmetry network camera line.

THERMAL ANALYTICS

- FLIR of Portland, Oregon, and VideoIQ of Bedford, Massachusetts, have developed a premium solution to provide analytics, edge NVR storage, and IP video encoding for FLIR’s high-performance thermal cameras. When joined with FLIR’s SR- and F-Series cameras, the Thermal Analytics Pro­cessor creates effective and affordable off-the-shelf solutions for perimeter thermal security.
 




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