Panasonic showcases superior image quality with the launch of Super Dynamic 5 (SD5) technology

Product Profile

IFSEC 2009 saw host to the latest edition to Panasonic's market leading Super Dynamic technology with the launch of Super Dynamic 5 (SD5). Super Dynamic 5 technology achieves superior video images by combining 12xwider dynamic range with greater low-light sensitivity (0.3 lux), more resolution (650 lines colour), the implementation of Adaptive Black Stretch (ABS) technology to compensate for dark areas, and intelligent Video Motion Detection (i-VMD) to capture moving objects without distortion.

Accompanying the launch of SD5 at IFSEC, Panasonic also launched MEGA SD Technology for the IP camera market. The new Panasonic Super Dynamic Series takes image processing to new peaks, with all the contrast and colour of reality itself, even in dimply lit situations. MEGA SD promises the user 1,280 x 960 images with a superior dynamic range with the fusion of 2.6 million pixels CCD and Super Dynamic DSP technology.  With over 2.6 million pixels CCD Uniphier platform delivers 2048 x 1538 for outstanding image quality, allowing for precise identification. MEGA SD provides 10 times more precise image than the conventional VGA CCDs.

SD5 and MEGA SD both reach to new levels of superior image processing and smart intelligence functions, approaching and even exceeding the human eye. Panasonic System Solutions Super Dynamic innovation will continue to meet the expanding needs of security.

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Technical Specification

Make Panasonic
Manufacturer Panasonic System Communications Company Europe
Model code WV-NP502
Colour Type Colour / Monochrome
Digital (DSP) Yes
Specialist Type Megapixel
Sensitivity Lux 0.8 @ F1.4 lux
Electrical Specifications Voltage: PoE
Motion Activated Yes
Compression Type H.264, JPEG, MPEG-4
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