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Sentry360 IS-IP300-IRB InSight bullet camera showcased at Intersec Expo 2015

Published on 10 February, 2015
Also released at Intersec was an expansion on Sentry360’s dome offering
IS-IP300-IRB is a Quad-streaming, H.264 & MJPEG encoding, 3-megapixel resolution, IP-addressable network camera

Sentry360, one of the fastest growing IP camera manufacturers in the industry, announced recently the release of their latest camera to the InSight™ Camera line, the IS-IP300-IRB. This camera joins the InSight™ Bullet Series and was officially released at Intersec Expo in Dubai earlier this week. This new product was met with a great response as it was unveiled at Intersec alongside some of the world’s greatest and most advanced technology.

The IS-IP300-IRB camera is a Quad-streaming, H.264 & MJPEG encoding, 3.0-megapixel resolution, IP-addressable, network camera. It is designed to deliver full-motion, high-definition, progressive scan digital video across local area networks. The IS-IP300-IRB features a design with no moving parts, a 1/2.7” CMOS sensor, Power over Ethernet, 23 built-in IR-LEDs, and audio-in/audio-out. The IS-IP300-IRB is a cost effective, high-level, megapixel network camera.

Like all Sentry360 cameras, the IS-IP300-IRB is fully compliant with ONVIF Profile S and is made and supported in the United States.

Also released at Intersec was an expansion on Sentry360’s dome offering. These new mini-domes provide the features of a vandal done at significantly lower cost. The IS-DM200, IS-DM210, and the IS-DM210-IR are high-performance HD mini domes that are also H.264 & MJPEG encoding for efficient bandwidth and storage management. The cameras also support Shutter WDR function, which can provide high quality images under extreme light contrast or light changing scenarios.

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