Hikvision

Hikvision has chosen to broaden its IR network camera portfolio with the introduction of DS-2CD2032-I 3MP IR Mini Bullet Camera and DS-2CD2132-I 3MP IR Mini Dome Camera, both of which are specially designed for applications that require extra illumination at night (retail stores, office buildings, residential communities, etc.). The two cameras contain a variety of excellent features, including high resolution video imaging, super low-light performance, DWDR (Digital Wide Dynamic Range), and 3D DNR (Digital Noise Reduction); all of which ensure that superb image quality is captured and recorded regardless of lighting or environmental conditions.

The DS-2CD2032-I and DS-2CD2132-I both incorporate a switchable IR cut filter for true day/night operability. Equipped with enhanced IR LEDs, the two cameras are able to deliver outstanding video images with a long-range visibility of up-to 30 meters in completely dark environments. Images are further optimised with 3D DNR (3D Digital Noise Reduction), which works to greatly reduce noise and motion blur. This is in conjunction to DWDR functionality to best ensure image clarity in strong lighting and contrast environments. With the latest 1/3” progressive scan CMOS, the two 3MP cameras can capture sharp and clear images for identification purpose, moreover, they even provide full HD 1080p real-time images as well.

An additional benefit offered by the two cameras is its efficient encoding capability. Based on Hikvision’s latest network camera platform, the cameras are developed to significantly reduce transmission burden for both video information and storage on IP surveillance systems, as well as offer higher compression efficiency (approximately 30% to 50% above traditional network cameras).

The compact design of these cameras allows for users’ different installation needs, and makes these cameras a versatile and affordable choice for any small-to-medium sized business. Additionally, they both carry an IP66 rating for outdoor applications, while the DS-2CD2132-I IR mini dome camera also incorporates vandal-proof housing. Furthermore, the two cameras support ONVIF, PSIA, and CGI open protocols for interconnectivity purposes and differing surveillance needs.

In addition, Hikvision’s mini IR network camera range includes two other models - DS-2CD2012-I 1.3MP IR Mini Bullet Camera and DS-2CD2112-I 1.3MP IR Mini Dome Camera, with a resolution of 1.3MP.

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