“Our design
engineers deserve considerable praise for developing a camera which brings
broadcast standard imagery to the CCTV industry,” said Sanyo’s Doug Gwilliams
said.

“Since its launch
in October 2008, the VCC-HDN4000P has generated considerable interest amongst
installers, system integrators, end-users and specifiers and has been acclaimed
as the future of CCTV. We are naturally delighted that the VCC-HDN4000P has won
further recognition from a judging panel of security industry experts.”

The SANYO
VCC-HDN4000P is a full High Definition (HD) network camera equipped with the
world’s first 4 million pixel lens which has been matched with a 4 million
pixel progressive scan sensor.

Sanyo Australia’s
Brad Ballesty told SE&N that the VCC-HDN4000P further capitalizes on
advances in technology by the dual streaming of H.264 and JPEG, enabling
simultaneous high definition recording and real time H.264 live monitoring
across a network.

“An HDMI output
allows the full quality of the camera’s images to be observed on an HD monitor,
while there is an option to display the video onto an analogue monitor at a
remarkable 680 TV lines,” explained Ballesty.

“On-board
recording is via the camera’s SD/SDHC memory card or via USB onto an external
hard drive. Other key features include motion detection, privacy masking,
automatic transmission/email of images upon alarm and Power over Ethernet
support, whilst a 16 x digital zoom provides the VCC-HDN4000P with a combined
160 x zoom capability.”