which is a day/night camera with a removable infrared cut filter, is
weatherproof to IP66 and is fitted with a twin glass front to prevent any
internal reflection caused by water or dust on the front of the camera.

The SCO-2120R has
a number of built-in features which include eight motion detection zones and
twelve privacy masking zones, whilst coaxial control compatibility allows the
fourteen language on-screen display menu to be accessed from the control room.

Coaxial control
also allows set-up of the camera’s zoom function, which can be set-up to
automatically zoom in and out again at specified times of the day, and/or set
to zoom in on motion detection. Samsung’s W-V DSP chipset ensures that the
SCO-2120R can deliver colour images at 600 TV lines and 700 TV lines monochrome
images in low light conditions.

Samsung Super
Noise Reduction (SSNRIII) technology is designed to allow the SCO-2120R to
eliminate image noise in low-light conditions without creating ghosting or
blurring, and with the additional benefit of up to a 70 per cent reduction in
bandwidth requirements or video storage space, compared to standard cameras,
Samsung claims.

Other features
include Highlight Compensation technology, which identifies and neutralises
excessively bright areas in an image, enabling an operator to view previously
hidden details. The SCO-2120R also benefits from Samsung Super Dynamic Range
(SSDR) which automatically lightens the dark areas within a scene whilst
maintaining the brighter areas at the same level. This ensures that the dark
areas become more visible allowing the operator to ‘view’ objects in the

Available from
all Samsung distributors, the SCO-2120R is offered with free system design,
free technical support and a full three-year warranty.