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THERMAL CAMERA

- The AXIS Q1931-E Thermal Network Camera is a strong addition to the Q-line of fixed thermal network cameras from Axis Communications of Chelmsford, Massa­chusetts.

INFRARED DOME CAMERA

- Boston-based Grandstream Networks has launched the GXV3610_HD IP video surveillance camera.

ANALOG CAMERAS

- Samsung Techwin America of Ridgefield Park, New Jersey, has launched a new line of high-performance video surveillance cameras.

MEGAPIXEL CAMERAS

- New 5-megapixel cameras from IndigoVision of Edinburgh, Scotland, offer high image quality and storage cost savings.

CARGO SECURITY

- Zistos Corporation of Holbrook, New York, has introduced an advanced tool for cargo security and counterterrorism operations.

OUTDOOR IP DOME

- The VPort P26A-1MP-T is the newest camera from Moxa of Brea, California. The fixed dome HD IP camera is engineered for harsh outdoor environments.

IP CAMERAS

- Basler AG of Ahrensburg, Germany, has introduced IP box cameras with edge storage functionality.

CAMERA CONTROLLER

- SightLogix, Inc., of Princeton, New Jersey, announced that its SightTracker pan-tilt-zoom camera controller is now integrated with the ULISSE line of positioning devices from Video­tec of Plattsburgh, New York.

MINI-DOME CAMERA

- The 720-pixel IK-WD04A mini-dome HD camera from Toshiba Surveillance & Video Products Group is suitable for indoor monitoring.

WEARABLE CAMERA

- The FirstVu HD from Digital Ally of Lenexa, Kansas, includes a small camera and separate thin recording module which may be securely mounted together or separately for versatile body, vehicle, and other mounting options.

LOW-LIGHT CAMERAS

- JVC Professional Products Company of Wayne, New Jersey, has incorporated its Super LoLux HD technology into two new camera series. The new cameras provide superior color reproduction, even in low light.

360-DEGREE CAMERAS

- Oncam Grandeye of Lowell, Massachusetts, has launched a new range of 360-degree cameras.

TEMPERATURE-RESISTANT CAMERA

- The VPort 36-1MP-T camera can withstand and operate in extreme temperatures, from -40 to +75 degrees Celsius (-40 to +167 degrees Fahrenheit).
 




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