Site Map - Cameras

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.

Analog Bullet Camera

- Panasonic Security Systems of Secaucus, New Jersey, has introduced a new weatherproof camera with a built-in fan, heater, and sun shield to maintain operating temperature in harsh environments.

Intelligent Cameras

- Lumenera Corporation of Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, has released two new intelligent camera models that respond to security threats in real time. The Li165 is designed for critical surveillance applications with low-light conditions and/or fast motion.

Camera Positioning

- The new Pelco Spectra IV IP-based camera/dome positioning system offers an open architecture for modularity, advanced features, and broad product line compatibility.

Camera Domes

- New internal and external IP domes from IndigoVision of Edinburgh, Scotland, incorporate a Sony EXview HAD CCD sensor and MPEG-4 or H.264 compression. The IP66 vandal-resistant fixed domes offer a frame rate of 25/30 frames per second with an image quality that is as good as or better than an equivalent analog camera.

Thermal Cameras

- D-Series thermal dome cameras from FLIR Systems, Inc., of Portland, Oregon, let security operators see in the dark and through smoke. The indoor dome cameras are especially valuable in emergencies, when lights go out or smoke obscures conventional cameras.

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