Site Map - Cameras


- 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.


- The newest IQeye Sentinel HD Series camera is an H.264 Main Profile camera available in 1.3-, 2-, 3.6-, and 5-megapixel models. The all-weather camera was designed by IQinVision of San Juan Capistrano, California, with the installer in mind, integrating ceiling and parapet mounting options, rugged aluminum construction, and an IP-66 enclosure.


- CBC (AMERICA) Corp. of Commack, New York, has upgraded its GANZ 5000 dome and YC CS mount camera series with GX5 technology, which provides 700 TV lines of resolution, 12,600x wide dynamic range, intelligent image enhancement, and advanced on-screen display controls.


- DM Network Video of Chantilly, Virginia, has introduced the Fire­Vu Dome and Integrated Fire Annunciator Product.


- The WZ Series Integrated IR bullet and dome cameras from Bosch Security Systems of Fairport, New York, provide reliable surveillance in any lighting conditions.

Dome Cameras

- IQinVision of San Juan Capistrano, California, has introduced the Alliance-pro line of multi-megapixel H.264 Main profile vandal dome cameras. The cameras pro­vide high-quality images using minimal bandwidth. Intuitive design, a hinged pivoting shroud, an EZglide mega­pixel focus lens, and a three-axis gimbal make installation and maintenance easy.

Digital Cameras

- Cameras from Siqura B.V. of Gouda, the Netherlands, now employ the Seawolf image sensor from Pixim Inc. of Mountain View, California. Pixim Digital Pixel System technology processes each pixel individually, so cameras have exceptional wide dynamic range capability.

Fixed Cameras

- Vicon Industries Inc. of Hauppauge, New York, has introduced the V960 line of fixed cameras that deliver high resolution image quality and performance as part of any ONVIF-compliant video management system. The day/night cameras are available in block, indoor dome, outdoor dome, and bullet housings with a range of lens options.

Wireless Outdoor Camera

- The IPCAM-WO Outdoor IP Camera from Honeywell of Melville, New York, is an easy-to-install, low-light, outdoor camera that is compatible with the company’s Total Connect Video Services. Operators can access video from any Web-enabled device, including PCs, smartphones, and tablets.

Remote Surveillance

- Sentry View Systems of Melbourne, Florida, has released SentryPOST, an environmentally friendly, self-sustaining, remote surveillance solution. Completely self powered by wind turbines and solar panels, the unit supports surveillance equipment, detection sensors, networking, and illumination functions.

Day/Night Surveillance

- The WatchMaster Pro+ from DRS Technologies of Melbourne, Florida, provides high-resolution thermal imaging in an easy-to-integrate, easy-to-use pan-tilt camera system. It offers 12X+ continuous zoom optics and automatic focusing, enabling wide area coverage and close assessment of distant targets.

360-Degree Cameras

- North American Video of Brick, New Jersey, is now offering 360-degree cameras from Oncam Global of Lowell, Massachusetts, as part of its integrated video surveillance and security solutions. Both IP and analog models feature Grandeye technology, and they enable color and image processing along with sophisticated video analytics.

IP Cameras

- Basler Vision Technologies of Ahrens­burg, Germany, has launched a new line of IP cameras with CMOS sensors, each featuring a different resolution.

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