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Mini Dome

- Vicon Industries of Hauppauge, New York, has introduced the S10-CH mini camera dome with pan-tilt-zoom capabilities. The color camera and lens with digital slow shutter, pan-tilt drive, receiver, and CPU-based electronics is packaged in an attractive, lightweight enclosure for indoor installations.

Video Control

- The Avigilon Control Center V3.2 is the newest version of the high-definition video surveillance system from Avigilon of Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. It provides superior image quality and digital pan-tilt-zoom, while supporting a wide range of high-definition IP cameras (from one to 16 megapixels) and analog cameras.

Network Dome Cameras

- Panasonic System Solutions Company of Secaucus, New Jersey, has introduced two new i-Pro network dome cameras that incorporate the company’s Super Dynamic III technology.

IP Video

- On-Net Surveillance Systems Inc. of Suffern, New York, is collaborating with StarDot Technologies of Buena Park, California, to combine OnSSI’s surveillance software with StarDot’s high-resolution cameras and servers, enabling advanced video analytics to facilitate monitoring and minimize bandwidth requirements.

High Resolution Domes

- CBC (AMERICA) Corp. of Commack, New York, has introduced a new series of indoor and outdoor dome cameras.

Camera Positioning

- The new high-speed positioning system from Bosch Security Systems of Fairport, New York, provides performance and quality for challenging surveillance applications. Based on a high-speed pan-and-tilt unit, it offers a camera module with autofocus and a choice of high-definition camera and zoom lens combinations.

Infrared Camera

- ICx Technologies of Billerica, Massachusetts, has introduced an affordable, uncooled infrared camera that is also equipped with continuous optical zoom capabilities.

Network Camera

- Axis Communications of Chelmsford, Massachusetts, offers a new vandal-resistant, pan-tilt-zoom network camera.

Compact Cameras

- Pelco of Clovis, California, has introduced two new cameras that feature compact size, superior quality images, and an affordable price.

Thermal Imaging

- The Thermal-Eye X-150 is the newest addition to the line of thermal imaging cameras from Dallas-based L-3 Infrared Products. The lightweight, pocket-sized camera has an operating life of six hours and can detect activity from more than 1,000 feet away in total darkness.

Bullet Cameras

- Speco Technologies of Amityville, New York, has introduced two new bullet cameras. The HT-INTB9 weatherproof camera features 540 TV lines of resolution and a 5- to 50-millimeter auto-iris varifocal lens, while the HT-INTB10 has a 9- to 22-millimeter lens.

Impact-Resistant Domes

- Vicon Industries Inc. of Hauppauge, New York, has added new models to its Roughneck V910 line of impact-resistant camera domes. Three new IP models offer power-over-Ethernet, eliminating the need for a separate power supply. They are available with an integral high-resolution color camera, a day/night camera, or a camera with wide dynamic range.

Day/Night Camera

- The SHC735N super-wide dynamic-range, ultra-high resolution, day/night camera incorporates fourth generation proprietary digital signal processing technology. New from Samsung 360 of Melville, New York, the camera offers 560 TV lines of resolution in color and 700 lines in black-and-white.
 




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