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Megapixel Camera

- New AV2100M 2 megapixel cameras from Arecont Vision of Glendale, California, operate at 24 frames per second with a resolution of 1,600 x 1,200 and a minimum illumination of only 0.1 lux at F1.4.

Rugged Mini-Dome

- The new C-CV854D-9 Vandal Resistant Day/Night Color Mini-Dome from TOA Electronics, Inc., of South San Francisco, California, is designed for indoor and outdoor use. It operates as a color camera in daylight and as a highly sensitive monochrome camera in darkness.

Megapixel Cameras

- Vicon Industries Inc., of Hauppauge, New York, has added several new megapixel models to its I-ONYX Series of IP cameras. Powered by the newest version of ViconNet digital management software, they offer 1.3 megapixel resolution and M-JPEG/MPEG-4 compression.

IP Dome Camera

- Vicon Industries Inc. of Hauppauge, New York, and Verint Systems Inc. of Melville, New York, have integrated Vicon’s SurveyorVFT camera with Verint’s Nextiva IP video platform to create a new IP camera, the Nextiva S2800e.

Network Cameras

- Axis Communications of Chelmsford, Massachusetts, has added a new camera to its line of network video products. The AXIS P1311 Network Camera provides multiple H.264 streams as well as M-JPEG streams simultaneously, whether in full frame rate or individually optimized for different quality and bandwidth parameters.

Infrared Cameras

- The T-250 and T-200 infrared cameras from Boston-based FLIR Systems, Inc., offer high-performance features at a competitive price. The T cameras offer the company’s picture-in-picture FUSION that enhances the value of an infrared image by allowing the overlay of an infrared image directly over the corresponding visible image.

Thermal Imaging Cameras

- Boston-based FLIR Systems, Inc., has added a new camera to its P-Series line of thermal imaging cameras. The ThermaCAM P660 infrared camera includes a Global Positioning System to automatically record the location of equipment.

Basic Cameras

- The Performance Series of security cameras from Honeywell of Louisville, Kentucky, includes new indoor mini-domes, indoor/outdoor mini-domes, and bullet cameras, many with infrared illumination.

Megapixel Cameras

- New megapixel cameras from DVTel Inc. of Ridgefield Park, New Jersey, feature Adaptive Visualization Technology (AVT) for exceptional video quality with low bandwidth and storage requirements.

Mobile Surveillance

- Zistos Corporation of Holbrook, New York, has introduced the Portable Network Surveillance Camera system, which is designed to provide a complete solution for field surveillance and radiological monitoring applications. The self-contained, self-powered system supports deployment of one or more cameras in the field and offers a built-in radiological alarm sensor as an option.

High-Resolution Cameras

- New cameras from Speco Technologies of Amityville, New York, offer 540 lines of resolution, 0.5 lux low-light sensitivity, and 12 VDC operation. Each camera has full on-screen display control of all major functions, so installers can easily adjust settings correctly the first time.

Security Cameras

- Mitsubishi Digital Electronics America, Inc., of Irvine, California, announced that its Imaging Products Division has introduced a new line of security cameras to complement its digital security solutions. The line includes both IP-based and analog units with fixed, dome, and pan-tilt-zoom models.

Megapixel Cameras

- Arecont Vision of Glendale, California, has introduced a full line of H.264 IP cameras. They support multistreaming capabilities for transmission of several video streams at different video formats, frame rates, and/or resolutions.
 




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