Panoramic cameras enable an operator to assess a wide field of view at a glance and to zoom in to view additional detail as needed. Providing this capability are a single camera, a single mounting location, and often using a single cable. Complete 180-degree or 360-degree coverage brings total situational awareness of the area being viewed. Panoramic cameras can also enable you to record everything in the field of view, all the time, and to zoom in for detail, whether on a live feed or later on recorded video.
No wonder panoramic cameras are the fastest-growing segment of the IP camera market. Although this category of cameras has been around for over a decade, there are recent developments that make them even more relevant. Panoramic cameras come in several configurations, including single-sensor, multi-sensor, and new “panomersive” cameras. There are also non-panoramic multisensor cameras.
Find out more in Pelco’s new white paper “Emerging Trends in Panoramic Cameras.”
- Single sensor panoramic cameras
- Multi-sensor panoramic cameras
- Panomersive cameras
- Non-panoramic Multi-sensor cameras
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