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|Chip Inch Size "||1/3|
|Colour Type||Colour / Monochrome|
|Picture Elements HxV||752 x 582|
|Back Light Compensation||Yes|
|Auto Gain Control||Yes|
|S/ N (Signal/ Noise) Ratio dB||>55|
|Synchronisation||Internal/AC line lock selectable|
|Electrical Specifications||Voltage: 12 V DC|
Power Consumption: 1.8 W
|Video Output||VBS:1.0 Vp-p|
|Physical Specifications||Dimension mm: 118 x 63 x 57|
Weight g: 255
|Environmental Specifications||Operating Temperature oC: -10 ~ +50 C (14 ~ 122 F)|
Operating Humidity %: 20 ~ 80
|Model Info||The Sony SSC-G108 fixed analogue colour camera delivers the image quality that users need through a combination of its high resolution of 540 horizontal TV lines and its high sensitivity (0.15lx, F1.2, 50IRE) achieved by a1/3-type “Super HAD CCD II” sensor and Sony’s new digital signal processor, “Effio-E”, as well as electronic Day/Night function to switch modes automatically. The camera utilises a range of technologies to adjust the images to their maximum clarity and usability: Automatic Tone Reproduction Lite (ATR-Lite) compensates for gradation of subjects to an optimum level; i-Back Light Compensation (iBLC) counteracts exposure levels in dark scenes; and Automatic Tracing White (ATW) balance adjusts the camera’s white balance to adapt to sudden changes in lighting conditions.|
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