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 Hikvision will release its 1.3-megapixel IP speed dome at the China Public Security Expo 2009 in Shenzen

Hikvision Digital Technology Co., Ltd., the leading supplier of digital video surveillance products with the headquarters in China, will release its latest winning technology product -- DS-2DF1-671 1.3-Megapixel IP Speed Dome -- at CPSE 2009, which is held Nov. 1 to 4 at Shenzhen, China.

The DS-2DF1-671 1.3-Megapixel IP Speed Dome delivers exquisite surveillance video with resolution of up to 1280x720 in both preview and playback by adopting 1/3" Sony progressive scan CCD and H.264 video codec, while supporting colour to B&W auto switch.

With progressive scan technology, this product is able to capture a high-definition panoramic view of moving object in the shortest time. The 200 preset positions with 75°/s pan preset speed and 50°/s tilt preset speed allows the camera to cover the widest possible range with crystal clarity. By using the mouse to click on the objects in the camera view, users can manually control the camera to follow objects which trespass the monitoring areas, as well as zoom in to get access to the scenes closely.

The DS-2DF1-671 1.3-Megapixel IP Speed Dome delivers exquisite surveillance video with resolution of up to 1280x720

In addition, DS-2DF1-671 1.3-Megapixel IP Speed Dome has advanced auto iris, enabling the product to adjust to varying light-levels automatically. 24/7 surveillance can be achieved with the features of ultra-wide dynamic range, back-light compensation and auto/manual IR-Cut Filter Removal for various lighting conditions.

Another highlight of DS-2DF1-671 1.3-Megapixel IP Speed Dome is its SD card for local storage, which provides non-stop recording even when the Ethernet connection is interrupted. The product also features 1-channel audio input/output, RS-485 remote control, and up to 24 configurable privacy masking zones, which make the product a perfect solution for finance, government, telecommunication, street and building applications and others.

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