Vicon Industries, Inc., designer and manufacturer of video surveillance and access control software, hardware and components, is announcing several new models of H.265 megapixel IP cameras with anticipated availability in September. With superior compression that allows the cameras to transmit high resolution video at 50% lower bitrate than H.264, these models provide the simplest way to reduce demand for bandwidth and storage when used as part of a VMS solution. This is accomplished without any degradation to video quality, decreases to fps or recorded resolution. The end result is lower overall cost of video management system operation.

Vicon’s new line of H.265 cameras includes a selection of form factors, with resolutions ranging from 2 to 5 megapixels and a choice of fixed or varifocal lenses.

V800 series

Available as mini-bullets (V810B) and indoor domes (V800D), these cameras combine excellent quality video with cost-effective and easy-to-install housings. All offer PoE, WDR (Wide Dynamic Range), multi-streaming, and a range of other features that vary by specific model.

V930/V9500 series

These turret cameras combine the durability of a bullet camera with the ease of positioning offered by a dome; they are designed for demanding indoor or outdoor use and feature a fixed (V930D) or motorised varifocal autoiris (V9500D) lens and IR illuminators. The V930EZ includes integrated pan/tilt motors that enable remote adjustment of the field of view; the V930D/V9500D can be positioned manually. All offer PoE, WDR and triple streaming. The V930EZ model includes an SD slot for local storage.

V940 series

These bullet (V940B) and dome (V940D) cameras are designed for use in the most demanding environments, featuring rugged construction and impact resistant housing. They can perform in even the lowest lighting conditions and offer an array of advanced features, including on-board Video Content Analysis (VCA) and smart IR LED technology.

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