Published on 26 August, 2010
|The nine SANYO Full HD cameras are collectively designed to provide a solution for virtually any project|
Visitors to stand 129 in Hall GA at Security Essen 2010
will have the opportunity to see a demonstration of the advanced technology built into SANYO's
comprehensive range of Full HD cameras.
The nine SANYO Full HD cameras are collectively designed to provide a solution for virtually any project with vandal resistant domes, PTZ cameras and a zoom camera included in the range, as well as a choice of three fixed cameras with CS mounts to provide a choice of lens. "We are confident that the large number of people expected to visit Essen 2010 will be impressed with our Full HD technology,"
said David Hammond, European Sales Manager for SANYO's CCTV division. "Depending on the field of view, a Full HD camera can do the same job as four standard CCTV cameras and therefore offer considerable financial savings. In many such cases, Full HD cameras and connectivity can enhance a system's performance by offering superb quality images which, together with built-in video analytics, take what CCTV can deliver to a much higher level."
In recent months SANYO has seen an acceleration of interest in its Full HD camera range which has been helped by the fact that the price/performance ratio of the Full HD cameras is now meeting customers' expectations. It is also perhaps stimulated by the fact that CCTV system specifiers are also consumers and are therefore seeing HD quality images on their home TVs."Since the beginning of 2010 we have witnessed a substantial increase in the number of people who wish to learn more about our Full HD camera range,"
added David Hammond. "It is clear that there is a hunger for information on how to capitalise on the l benefits offered by the superb technology incorporated into the cameras. It is very encouraging that many of the leading developers of security management software solutions are now keen to integrate our protocols into their software platforms."