In today’s security world, systems need to be equipped with round-the-clock surveillance. Of specific note, a camera’s performance in dark areas is taking on a larger degree of importance. Realising this, cameras capable of excellent low-light performance are gaining a bigger market share every year.

Hikvision is proud to introduce its advanced ISP (Image Signal Processing) technology: a technology that enables our cameras to excel in low-light environments. By utilising an ISP algorithm, our cameras’ sensitivity in darker environments is greatly improved. This result in objects more clearly defined and identified. Additionally, Hikvision 3D DNR (Digital Noise Reduction) technology further helps the camera in delivering superior imaging by reducing the blurring of moving objects.

Utilising this technology, Hikvision is proud to launch our DS-2CD855F-E 2 megapixel camera to better serve the surveillance market’s demand for clear images in low-light conditions. This product features an IR cut filter allowing the camera to automatically switch to B/W mode and the ability to operate under a minimum illumination of 0.005Lux@ F1.2.

These technologies allow the DS-2CD855F-E deliver superior low-light performance, and make it an ideal solution to ensure consistent high-quality images.

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