These nine models incorporate the technology Ipela Engine of Sony and are designed to work in environments of contrast high and backlight intense, with a speed of uptake of 60 fps and an excellent response with lights low.
Sony has announced the availability in whole Europe of its sixth generation of cameras for video surveillance. Is is of nine models that incorporate it technology Ipela Engine of Sony and that constitute a new family of solutions of security, designed to respond to situations of contrast high and backlight intense, with a speed of catchment of 60 fps and an excellent response with lights low to them applications of obtaining of images more demanding in them segments medium and high of the market of the video surveillance.
Thanks to the new and improved View-DR compensation technology of wide dynamic range, all the Ipela Engine series models offer amazing levels of detail, even in scenes of intense backlight. The technology XDNR of Sony, for its part, reduces of mode considerable the noise of image. These models offer more than the double of sensitivity to little light with respect to the previous cameras Sony, thanks to the new sensor of image Exmor CMOS. The frequency of table maximum is doubles of 30 to 60 fps in models HD and Full HD, that are suitable to obtain images with the clarity required, for example, in casinos or in solutions of control of the traffic.
The range includes models of CNS-VB600 and SNC-VB630 box; cameras dome SNC-VM600 and SNC-VM630; and the dome variants of interior reinforced SNC-VM601 and SNC-VM631. They include improvements in the main functions of camera, designed to achieve extraordinary images even in such complex scenarios for security such as airports, train stations, public buildings, hospitals and schools. Six of these cameras can be operated at 60 fps, while the other three are versions of 30 fps for tighter budgets.
The cameras incorporate a system of advanced analysis, in addition to the functions of intelligent motion detection, detection of manipulation and facial recognition. DEPA Advanced, the solution of Sony of analysis of images intelligent integrated in the camera, allows combine filters, including them of barrier virtual, detection of aspect, object abandoned and object away, that can use is as activators of alarms local or based in VMS.
Ryan Kawashima, head of strategic marketing surveillance of Sony Europe, noted that "our sixth generation of video surveillance cameras offers a level greater than any other competitive product light sensitivity. The light sensitivity is a fundamental imaging in dark environments, a common situation among our customer base "appearance.
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