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BSIA’s CCTV Section welcomes revision of British Standard BS8418
24 June, 2015: BS8418 - Code of Practice covering installation & remote monitoring of detector-activated CCTV systems The British Security Industry Association’s CCTV Section has welcomed the revision of British Standard...
QNAP Systems releases 10GbE-ready TVS-471U Turbo vNAS series
QNAP® Systems, Inc. recently announced the release of the new 10GbE-ready TVS-471U Turbo...
Geutebruck’s video solutions secure Kunsthalle Emden museum in northern Germany
24 June, 2015: Video system works closely together with the control center & staff in exhibition rooms The Kunsthalle Emden is one of the most beautiful museums in northern Germany. Henri Nannen and his wife Eske...

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IHS Report: 245 million video surveillance cameras installed globally in 2014
24 June, 2015: IHS estimated the service life of cameras in each sub-region by end-user industry to size the current installed base According to IHS, there were 245 million professionally installed video surveillance cameras active and...
Reliance High-Tech delivers record annual results
24 June, 2015: Reliance continues to build its reputation for addressing complex security and technology issues Reliance High-Tech delivers record annual results through its continued focus on operational excellence and IP...
D-Link's Vigilance range of HD video surveillance cameras
High quality meets affordability in the new range of surveillance cameras from D-Link, the end-to-end...
Axis to construct new headquarters in Sweden
19 June, 2015: The building is expected to be ready in early 2018 and will accommodate 1,100 employees In early 2016, Axis will begin construction of a new headquarters located adjacent to the company’s existing offices in...
Milestone's new support service - Milestone Care
19 June, 2015: Milestone Care can help minimise risk and downtime as well as reduce support costs Milestone Systems, the open platform company in IP video management software (VMS), announces a support service under...
IFSEC 2015 Day two - Global insights and surprises
18 June, 2015: Axis has a new camera that “shakes like a dog” when it rains -- to get rid of the extra moisture. KiwiSecurity, an Austrian company and IFSEC newcomer, uses video analytics to scramble images of faces...
FLIR showcases PT-602CZ pan/tilt thermal camera at IFSEC 2015
17 June, 2015: PT-602CZ multi-sensor security camera delivers thermal imaging from long-life cooled, midwave thermal detector FLIR Systems, Inc. is showcasing a new affordable pan/tilt thermal security camera at this year’s...
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MOBOTIX p25 6MP indoor ceiling camera with 6MP moonlight sensor technology
MOBOTIX p25 6MP indoor ceiling camera with 6MP moonlight sensor technology

The new benchmark in lowlight for objects in motion

The brand-new MOBOTIX 6MP cameras have an outstanding increase of light sensitivity of more than 100-times than the former 3MP cameras. The monochrome version reaches even a 300-times higher sensitivity than the previous series. Instead of one full second of exposure time the new 6MP systems can select only 1/100 s which results in capturing even fast moving objects in low light conditions.

Short exposure times are essential

In security monitoring every moment and therefore every single frame of a video recording has to be as sharp as possible. For moving objects this implies the necessity of short instead of long exposure times. Unfortunately a short exposure time of 1/100 s grabs 10-times less light than a 1/10 s. Especially in low light conditions, the lens, the image sensor itself and the image processing for sure have to be very sophisticated­ to generate a sharp and crisp image of the moving object.

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