Published on 27 February, 2014
VIVOTEK is pleased to announce the launch of four new network camera models, including two professional outdoor domes, FD8355EHV and FD8365EHV, and two professional outdoor bullets, IP8355EH and IP8365EH, which are all designed with state-of-the-art WDR (Wide Dynamic Range) technology.
Due to strong market demand for top-notch image quality and usability, VIVOTEK, with its strong R&D resources and advanced algorithms, designed FD8355EHV, FD8365EHV, IP8355EH and IP8365EH with advanced WDR Pro and WDR Pro II technologies. Cameras with WDR are able to clearly capture detailed features whenever a subject of interest appears in locations where there is intense backlighting or when the subject is directly in front of a source of artificial illumination at night. WDR Pro enables a camera to capture both the dark and bright parts of an image with 2 or 3 shutters, enabling 2 or 3 frames to be combined to generate a highly realistic image representative of the original scene, while WDR Pro II enables the camera to provide an increased level of visibility with the capture and combination of 4 separate frames.
Steve Ma, Executive VP at VIVOTEK, stated, “VIVOTEK, with our commitment to providing the market with leading edge surveillance solutions, continues to design cameras with superior image quality and high reliability. Recently, with extreme weather conditions occurring around the world, cameras with extreme weatherproofing can ensure stability in surveillance operations. VIVOTEK’s FD8355EHV, FD8365EHV, IP8355EH and IP8365EH, with their -50°C ~ 50°C wide temperature range for extreme weather conditions, are undoubtedly the top choices.”
VIVOTEK’s FD8355EHV and IP8355EH are both equipped with 1.3-Megapixel CMOS sensors and WDR Pro II, while FD8365EHV and IP8365EH feature 2-Megapixel CMOS sensors and WDR Pro. These four cameras, incorporating advanced features such as Smart IR technology, are able to instantly adjust the IR lighting intensity based on the lighting level of a scene, preventing overexposure. Moreover, by combining WDR with 3D Noise Reduction Technology, all four cameras are able to suppress sensor noise, further reducing bandwidth consumption and enhancing image detail in extremely bright as well as dark environments.