SecTech Roadshow 2018
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CCTV

Submitted on March 30, 2017 | Security Electronics and Networks
PANASONIC Aero is a 1080p day/night, 30x optical, 1080x digital PTZ with 360-degree panning, 90-degree tilting with 150m of IR, 1P67 rating, IK10 rating, Video Stability Augment System and an operating temperature range between -50 and 55C. I was very...
Submitted on March 16, 2017 | Security Electronics and Networks
SPRINT Intercom’s SPRT60XPM day/night bullet camera offers 4 format digital analogue streams giving TVI, AHD, CVI and CVBS via a 1/2.9-inch 2MP Sony CMOS sensor. There’s a 2.8-12mm motorised, autofocus zoom lens, de-fog, up-the-camera setting of on-screen display and 60m...
Submitted on March 16, 2017 | Security Electronics and Networks
How important is attention to focus with CCTV lenses, given many are wide angle lenses with very small hyperfocal distances? Shouldn’t everything in the field of view of such a lens be in focus? WITH a wide lens, everything past...
Submitted on February 23, 2017 | Security Electronics and Networks
Released in May 2014, Fujinon’s varifocal F1.6 4.1-9mm (2.2x) megapixel lens is designed to support sensors up to 1/1.8 and resolutions of 6MP. The CS-mount lens supports near infrared wavelengths and offers horizontal angles of view between 100 and 45...
Submitted on February 8, 2017 | Security Electronics and Networks
MORETON Bay Regional Council has installed a comprehensive video surveillance solution monitoring high risk locations in the council area but the revelation audio is also being recorded from 330 cameras has attracted the attention of Queensland’s privacy commissioner, Phil Green. ...
Submitted on February 7, 2017 | Security Electronics and Networks
RESEARCHERS have developed a new technology that could triple the resolution density of displays and slash power consumption. For CCTV applications, the technology would deliver monitors capable of meaningfully supporting 4K CCTV cameras at wide angles of view. The new...
Submitted on December 19, 2016 | Security Electronics and Networks
SONY has announced the release of 8 new Full-HD video security cameras into its latest line-up, the sixth generation (G6) network cameras. Using advanced imaging technology, Sony’s G6 cameras offer security professionals clear detail and higher visibility with excellent low-light...
Submitted on December 15, 2016 | Security Electronics and Networks
Last month Scentre Group’s National CCTV Camera Shootout was held at Westfield in Bondi Junction. This is the largest CCTV camera shootout of its type in Australia, with the diverse mall environment giving attendees plenty to think about across 4...
Submitted on November 11, 2016 | Security Electronics and Networks
Nothing is so central to a surveillance solution as the video management system that drives it. Whether you’re an end user, or an installer, there’s plenty to think about when it comes to VMS and more and more products tout...
Submitted on November 11, 2016 | Security Electronics and Networks
Q: What is the infrared cut filter, what role does it play in a CCTV camera and do I need a day/night camera? I’ve heard of cameras that don’t need a cut filter but handle this task in software. Which...
Submitted on November 7, 2016 | Security Electronics and Networks
I WASN’T sure what to think of the Bosch IP 5000 when I unpacked it – the sunshade and the overall camera are quite light but when it’s up and running you find that this a surprisingly good camera in...
Submitted on October 12, 2016 | Security Electronics and Networks
Force Security has installed a Bosch video surveillance solution to protect the Australian College of Physical Education (ACPE). The system incorporates a range of Bosch’s surveillance cameras supported by Bosch BVMS video management system.  THE Australian College of Physical Education...
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