New Samsung Network Domes From Q
Posted by Security Electronics and Networks | @Articles CCTV | May 2, 2012, 7:00am AEST
All 4 new ONVIF compliant models, which incorporate Samsung’s highly acclaimed SV-5 DSP chipset, are able to capture 4CIF resolution images at 25 frames per second and feature Progressive Scan to optimise the high quality video capture of moving objects, making it possible to read car number plates, for example, without a motion blur effect.
The SNP-3371 is equipped with a powerful 37x optical zoom as is its weatherproof counterpart the SNP-3371TH, which has an object Auto-Tracking feature and is supplied in an integrated housing for easy installation. The SNP-3302 has a 30x zoom capability and the housed version, the SNP-3302H, is IP66 rated.
The cameras are PoE and have H.264 compression to minimise bandwidth requirements with the option of using MPEG-4 or MJPEG compression. This means that customers have the flexibility to choose to simultaneously transmit up to ten different streams of images to multiple locations at various frame rates, including real time, at different resolutions.
All 4 models incorporate true day/night cameras with an infra-cut filter work and, with the benefit of a high end 600 TVL CCD, work extremely well in low light applications, The cameras are equipped with wide dynamic range (WDR) technology which compensates for backlight problems 160 times more effectively than standard BLC. They also feature an Intelligent Video Analytics (IVA) capability that includes an Appear/Disappear function which can detect the movement of objects, as well as optical tripwire and enter/exit direction detection.
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