Wednesday, November 2, 2011

FlexiDome IP Camera Now Available with 6 to 50 Millimeter Lens

We've launched another version of our popular high performance dome camera—the FlexiDome 2X Day/Night IP camera with a six to 50 millimeter lens. The new model is one of a few dome cameras to feature such a long telephoto lens, providing outstanding depth of field and keeping more of the scene in focus. You can easily recognize objects up close, such as a person walking through a doorway, and capture images of long indoor corridors or sidewalks alongside the exterior of a building.

The cameras feature 2X-Dynamic Technology with 20-bit processing—twice the power of conventional cameras—to deliver unparalleled image quality in all lighting conditions. The unique combination of 2X-Dynamic and wide dynamic range sensors enables the cameras to reveal more than is visible with the human eye alone—analyzing images pixel-by-pixel to produce the most detailed view of scenes with difficult lighting. An IR-corrected lens also ensures the camera is always in focus day and night.

With Intelligent Video Analysis (IVA) pre-installed and activated, events are flagged onscreen so you never miss suspicious activities. IVA also captures comprehensive scene details that can be reviewed later using Forensic Search.

Along with many other advanced features, the new FlexiDome 2X Day/Night IP camera comes complete with convenient local video storage in the form of a microSD card slot. Accepting up to 32 GB SD cards, it acts as an extra safe-guard against loss of video in the event of a connection failure to the main recording site.

All FlexiDome cameras feature a compact, high-impact rated, vandal resistant housing. Suitable for indoor or outdoor use, the cameras are also protected against water and dust to IP 66 or NEMA 4X standards. They provide a proven, dependable solution for many discreet security and surveillance requirements, day or night.

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