Site Map - Cameras

Analog Cameras

- The ICE line of cameras from Dedicated Micros Inc. of Chantilly, Virginia, includes a range of day/night cameras and domes, wide dynamic range cameras that work well for high-contrast scenes, and vandal-resistant domes.

Tracking Camera

- Axis Communications Inc. of Chelmsford, Massachusetts, has added automatic tracking to its top-of-the-line AXIS 233D Network Dome Camera. The function detects a moving person or vehicle and follows it within the camera’s area of coverage.

Dome Camera

- The new Intensifier dome camera from Speco Technologies of Amityville, New York, sees color in the dark without the use of infrared LEDs. It can capture clear images of objects both inches away and far in the distance.

Bullet Cameras

- Extreme CCTV of Burnaby, British Columbia, Canada, has upgraded its WZ18 and WZ20 Integrated Day-Night bullet cameras for enhanced performance, reliability, and ease of installation. Improved backlight compensation and automatic white balance produce greater picture detail.

Infrared Lenses

- New from Vicon Industries, Inc., of Hauppauge, New York, are six infrared varifocal lenses that can be used with true day/night cameras to provide sharp, focused images in daylight and at night, particularly in the presence of IR light.

Network Cameras

- The new Intelligent Protocol IP Camera Series from Speco Technologies of Amityville, New York, automatically configures the router, receives an IP address, and appears on the Internet within seconds. Users can connect to the camera from anywhere, using a unique camera-identification number and password.

Portable Surveillance

- The Blackhawk MVS-6 mobile security system from Doosan Infracore Portable Power of Statesville, North Carolina, provides portable video surveillance for monitoring sporting events, law enforcement, traffic control, theft and vandalism prevention, and disaster relief. It can operate remotely, connecting wirelessly to its day/night camera and 40 gigabyte digital video recorder.

Covert Camera

- Camden Door Controls, Inc., of Toronto, Ontario, Canada, has released its new Exit Watch miniature covert doorframe camera. The camera offers a nonintrusive way to capture close-up images of people as they leave a premises.

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.

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