Published on 8 April, 2016
The new cameras and the Network VMS offer broader 4K technologies to customers with varying needs and budgets
At ISC West 2016, Sony Electronics is showcasing its latest 4K cameras and technologies for the security and surveillance industry, including the UMC-S3C and SNC-VB770 cameras, as well as a recorder and software system that supports the company's newest 4K technologies.
Live demonstrations of SNC-VB770 and UMC-S3C
Sony is displaying its lightweight UMC-S3C, currently the company's most compact 4K camera. It has mounting points on the camera body that enhance mobility, allowing users to easily attach it to moving objects. Users can control the UMC-S3C via a micro USB interface, such as a remote control or compatible software.
Live demonstrations of the SNC-VB770 4K network camera will show how it delivers the greatest light sensitivity in its class. Its sensor captures more light with low noise than conventional camera sensors, resulting in drastic improvements in sensitivity. The result is low-light performance in nearly pitch-black environments, beyond the capabilities of human eyes.
Customisable and flexible solution
Sony is also showcasing its new Network Video Management System, giving professionals a customisable and flexible solution for managing, storing and analysing video content. The system features a combination of network video recorders (NVR) and server-based video management software capable of supporting a variety of network camera formats, including 4K.
"The new cameras and the Network Video Management System all strengthen Sony's 4K leadership position by offering broader 4K technologies to customers with varying needs and budgets", said Atsushi Seki, Director, Business Development at Sony Electronics. "These products – and everything else visitors will see at the booth – showcase Sony's dedication to the security and surveillance market and our desire to deliver consistently superior image quality."
Visitors to Sony's ISC West 2016 exhibit will also see:
- Sony's entire line of network cameras, including its X-Series of small mini domes, bullet cameras, 360-degree solutions and megapixel technology.
- Sony's edge storage solution, which is available on many Sony cameras.
- Sony’s newest 4K cameras, the UMC-S3C (left) and the SNC-VB770 deliver the greatest light sensitivity in their respective classes.
- Sony's intelligent coding and intelligent cropping features that improve bandwidth and storage efficiency in 4K deployments.
"Sony is constantly innovating so that all our IP cameras delivers exceptional video quality", said Seki. "Our theme for ISC West this year is See Everything, Miss Nothing, which reflects our goal of providing the security industry with the best possible image quality, even in the harshest of lighting conditions."