Sony Surveillance cameras
Sony SNC-WR630 is a true day/night indoor PTZ dome camera based on Sony’s unique signal processing and intelligent video analytics technologies to provide unique features such as a high frame rate, View-DR, XDNR ® , DEPA ® Advanced Intelligent Video Analytics, Gyroscopic Image Stabiliser, Focal Plane Distortion Correction, and Defog Image Processing.
The SNC-EB520 network camera offers high-quality images, great flexibility and compatibility, as well as fast and easy installation.The SNC-EB520 features up to SVGA (800 x 600) maximum resolution, supports three codecs and a dual streaming capability. An “Exmor” CMOS sensor delivers high image quality with low noise. Easy installation is realised through a combination of the camera’s Easy Focus function and its PoE (Power over Ethernet) capability.
The SSC-YB511R's very high resolution (650 horizontal TV lines), infrared illuminators and True Day/Night function make it an ideal camera for monitoring an area that requires enhanced image capture at night. Image acquisition is high resolution and high sensitivity, thanks to a 1/3-type "Super HAD CCD II" sensor and "Effio-E" digital signal processor.
The SSC-YB501R's very high resolution (650 horizontal TV lines), infrared illuminators and true day/night function make it an ideal camera for monitoring an area that requires enhanced image capture at night. Built-in infrared illuminators assist in capturing nearby objects in the dark(under 0 lx within10 metres) with an True Day/Night function automatically switching between day (colour) and night (monochrome) modes depending on lighting levels. Image acquisition is high resolution and high sensitivity, thanks to a 1/3-type "Super HAD CCD II" sensor and "Effio-E" digital signal processor.
The SSC-YB411R's high resolution (540 horizontal TV lines), infrared illuminators and electronic day/night function make it a great camera for monitoring a confined space that requires enhanced image capture at night. Built-in infrared illuminators assist in capturing nearby objects in the dark(under 0 lx within5 metres) with an electronic day/night function automatically switching between day (colour) and night (monochrome) modes depending on lighting levels. Image acquisition is high resolution and high sensitivity, thanks to a 1/3-type "Super HAD CCD II" sensor and "Effio-E" digital signal processor.
Sony SSC-N14 analogue minidome camera brings extremely high performance indoor surveillance within the budgets of today's security-conscious companies. It offers high quality images through its 650 TV lines horizontal resolution. The camera utilises a range of technologies to adjust the images to their maximum clarity and usability.
Sony SNC-ER521 is a network rapid dome camera that offers high-speed 360 degrees endless rotation. It also features true day/night function to switch to day or night mode depending on the light level. The DEPA Intelligent Video Analytics system can be set up with a DEPA-enabled recorder.
Sony SSC-N22 high resolution analogue minidome camera delivers superb quality indoor surveillance performance. From its compact body, the SSC-N22 can scan a very wide area with its three-way hinge and 3.7x variable focal length, offering a horizontal angle of view of 101.8" to 27.4". The camera utilises a range of technologies to adjust the images to their maximum clarity and usability.
The SNC-RH124 and SNC-RH164 from Sony are network HD rapid dome cameras supporting H.264, MPEG-4, and JPEG compression formats, that deliver excellent picture quality at HD resolution (1280 x 720, 30 fps) in 16:9 aspect ratio. With a total tilt range of 210° and 360° endless high-speed pan capability, they can cover a wide monitoring area with great efficiency. Plus, with state-of-the-art image-enhancement technologies in a compact body, they allow users to clearly capture objects that have never been easy to visualise in the past. These new cameras open up a whole new world of video security applications, such as casino surveillance, town monitoring, and traffic/highway observation to name just a few. Features include: - HD with 30 fps- 10x Zoom- XDNR (Excellent Dynamic Noise Reduction)- Visibility Enhancer- DEPA Advanced- 210° Tilt- Quick Release for Easy Installation- hPoE (Compliant With IEEE802.3at)- Triple Codec: H.264/MPEG-4/JPEG- ONVIF Compliant
What new products were on display? Over the last twelve months Sony Professional has made several significant announcements that have broadened its HD portfolio. In January this year, it added another new HD camera to the four launched in 2009. The SNC-CH240 Full HD Fixed camera was launched at Sony's Power of Images (POI) event in Germany, completing its HD range. IFSEC heralded the European launch of two new HD cameras. The SNC-DH180 and SNC-DH240 were unveiled for the first time at ISC West in the US in March and will be on show for the first time in Europe at IFSEC 2010. Focused on image quality, the SNC-DH180 boasts a built-in infrared (IR) illuminator to deliver excellent images even in absolute darkness, while the SNC-DH240 is equipped with various different image enhancers including View-DR. Why is this relevant to Sony's ongoing video security strategy? HD remains a key focus for Sony and IFSEC 2010 demonstrated Sony's understanding of the security market and the issues it faces, showing how Sony is helping customers to address these challenges. Market demand for HD products is growing but until now there has not been the breadth of products to provide the means or the motivation to move from analogue to IP. But Sony's innovation in the surveillance space is changing this. Sony maintains its commitment to providing a true hybrid offering and the solutions on display at Stand J10 in Hall 4 included Sony's hybrid video security technologies. Aiding and bridging the migration to IP, Sony demonstrated how hybrid technology is enabling more businesses to access benefits of HD without replacing their existing technology infrastructure. How is Sony developing its security offering? New technology features from Sony were also a significant focus at IFSEC. Committed to delivering superior image quality, the majority of new HD cameras from Sony have been equipped with Sony's unique View-DR Wide Dynamic Range technology, allowing users to see normally in extreme light conditions. The increased use of sound recording technology in Sony's surveillance solutions is another area of investment and new products with this capability were also on display. Sony's security product portfolio is also enhanced through the company's vertical sector expertise and consulting services. The transport sector, in particular rail businesses, has heavily adopted HD security technology. This trend is on the increase and as Sony moves into its new financial year, rail innovation was also a key highlight of the show.
The SNC-DH120 is an indoor high definition (720p) minidome network security camera with electrical Day/Night settings, DEPA analysis and is ONVIF compliant. It supports dual streaming of H.264, MPEG-4 and JPEG at full frame-rate.
The SNC-DH110T is an indoor high definition (720p, supporting H.264 at 30fps) 1.3 Megapixel (1280 x 960 maximum resolution) vandal resistant compact mini-dome camera with Electrical Day/Night function, DEPA and ONVIF compliance. It supports dual streaming and triple codec encoding.
Sony Electronics continues to extend capabilities and value for analogue camera systems with the addition of four new cameras with pacesetting imaging capabilities with increased resolution and dynamic range. The SSC-FM530 and SSC-FM560 Series mini dome cameras alongside the SSC-FB530 and SSCFB560 fixed type CS mount cameras feature DynaViewSX dynamic range enhancement technology and excellent horizontal resolution of 700 lines. Together, these advanced analogue cameras produce superb image detail under a wide range of lighting conditions. "The arrival of 700 TVL imaging along with DynaViewSX dynamic range enhancement technology in these minidome and fixed-type cameras are the next major advance producing significant performance upgrades for analogue installations," said Mark Collett, General Manager, Sony Security Systems Division. "Our investments in improving analogue technology continue to show real benefits for those with applications that excel with analogue, or for those extending the life and value of their legacy analogue installations." DynaViewSX Unveils Details in Challenging Conditions In addition to 700 TVL resolution, these additions to the Sony analogue security camera line up include the latest generation of dynamic range enhancement for analogue designed to deliver the kinds of quality improvements that matter most in real-world security use. DynaViewSX delivers numerous image enhancement techniques that address challenging scenarios, including piercing the glare from extreme backlighting. Other features of these cameras include Adaptive Tone Reproduction (ATR) and Intelligent Backlight Compensation (iBLC). ATR improves the contrast of subjects in areas where bright and dim areas are captured in the same frame. Uncorrected, the resulting over and/or underexposure hampers visibility of objects. With ATR, the quality of the image across the entire field is improved by adding the optimum gradation compensation based on different luminance information. Likewise, iBLC creates major imaging improvements by utilising a histogram algorithm to recognise the backlit area and analyse the luminance level. This allows for a highly accurate compensation of exposure levels in what is a major advance over conventional backlight compensation strategies. SSC-FM530and SSC-FM560Series Domes: Big Capabilities Reveal Small Details The SSC-FM530and SSC-FM560Series dome cameras are engineered to combine high sensitivity with low power consumption and share 3x Vari-Focal lenses. The SSC-FM530 has an electrical Day/Night capability while the SSC-FM560 has true D/N capabilities. These are all also available in PAL versions. The SSC-FB530 and SSC-FB560 Series Fixed-type Cameras: Sharper, Cleaner Images The SSC-FB530 and SSC-FB560 cameras include the technological achievements of the new dome cameras, but are a CS mount, fixed type design (lenses are not included). This allows for flexibility on lens choices depending on the field of view requirements.
SNC-EB630B has picture mode to optimize picture quality in various applications. It has DEPA advanced intelligent video analytics enhanced by unique features such as face detection. Its image stabiliser helps minimise the effect of a camera shake or vibration to achieve less blurry images.