Hikvision

Recently, Hikvision has focused on several significant product releases to broaden its HD WDR portfolio, such as the DS-2CD754FWD-E(I) 2MP WDR Dome camera, DS-2CD764FWD-E 1.3MP WDR Dome camera, DS-2CD8264FWD-EI 1.3MP WDR Bullet camera, and DS-2CD864FWD-E 1.3 MP WDR camera. These cameras benefit users to clearly identify the object and its surroundings regardless of extreme lighting contrast conditions - such as glazed storefronts and hall entrances, among others.

Compared to conventional WDR cameras, Hikvision’s HD cameras – equipped with top-notch WDR technology – are positioned to better meet the growing market demand for high image quality. Hikvision achieves this feat by guaranteeing this top-notch image quality through superior megapixel resolution and true color reproduction.

Among the notable Hikvision HD WDR cameras is the DS-2CD864FWD-E 1.3 Megapixel WDR camera. This product incorporates 120dB wide dynamic range and excellent low-light performance, with a minimum illumination of 0.6Lux @ F1.2 in color mode and 0.08Lux @ F1.2 in B/W mode. 3D digital noise reduction and true day / night ensure excellent image quality regardless of time of day as well as a resolution of 1280x960. Additionally, Power over Ethernet (PoE) greatly simplifies this model’s installation process.

At ISC West, Hikvision will showcase mainly its high definition products and solutions for visitors. Hikvision IP cameras with resolutions of up to 5MP as well as analog cameras with 700TVL resolution will be displayed. Besides, Hikvision’s new 650TVL DVR series with enhanced system stability, optimised HDD management and real-time video encoding capability at WD1 will be the focus in HD portfolio as well. Moreover, Hikvision will also display a new generation of NVR product with an improved GUI and powerful networking functionalities which can access up to 32 IP cameras.

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