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2-megapixel CCD-based network camera by Hikvision takes ISC West by storm
The DS-2CD876BF 2-megapixel network camera offers outstanding images with enhanced sensitivity
Hikvision Digital Technology Co., Ltd., the leading supplier of digital video surveillance products, announced the release of the world's first 2-megapixel CCD-based real-time network camera - the DS-2CD876BF - at ISC West 2010, which is held on March 24th to 26ht in Las Vegas, USA.

The DS-2CD876BF 2-megapixel network camera delivers exquisite compressed video stream with resolution of up to 1600x1200 in real time, using the latest H.264 video codec based on TI's high performance DaVinci™ platform. This camera also supports the optional HDMI for high-definition video display up to 1080P resolution.

With a 1/1.8" Sony progressive scan CCD image sensor, the DS-2CD876BF 2-megapixel network camera can offer outstanding images with enhanced sensitivity in low-light scenarios. In addition, the camera incorporates an advanced auto iris that selects the optimal iris position automatically, for excellent performance in various lighting conditions.

Other new exciting IP surveillance products like the DS-2CD8133 2-megapixel card camera will also be launched at ISC West 2010

Local storage on SD/SDHC cards is supported for uninterrupted recording even during Internet failure, effectively preventing video data loss. With dual stream, the camera allows remote video preview and mobile phone monitoring using sub-stream with minimal bandwidth occupation. The DS-2CD876BF 2-megapixel network camera also supports motion detection, day & night auto switch, auto electronic shutter control and voice talk, etc.

This product is an ideal solution for securing areas where clear images or day/night monitoring is needed, including transportation, airports and financial institutions among other applications.

Apart from this groundbreaking network camera, Hikvision's other new exciting IP surveillance products will also be launched at ISC West 2010, including the DS-9616NI-S NVR, the DS-7604NI-S entry level four-channel NVR, the DS-2CD7133 2-megapixel mini vandal proof dome, the DS-2CD8133 2-megapixel card camera and the DS-2DF1-519 1.3-megapixel 18x network speed dome.

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