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VIVOTEK introduce its first fisheye fixed dome network camera

Published on 22 June, 2011

VIVOTEK FE8171V is the first fisheye fixed dome network camera from VIVOTEK, featuring detailed 3-Megapixel resolution with superb image quality. Equipped with a fisheye lens for 180° panoramic view (wall mount) or 360° surround view (ceiling/floor/table mount) without blind spots, this camera is able to provide an 8X wider field of view than a standard VGA camera, significantly reducing the need for multiple camera installations.

In addition, VIVOTEK is proud to be the world's first and foremost in IP surveillance industry to unveil Scalable Video Coding (SVC), the next-generation video codec. Scalable Video Coding (SVC) is a video standard based on H.264 that allows video data to be divided into multiple layers with different resolutions, picture sizes and frame rates. Such feature turns a single video stream into multiple layers by selectively discarding some data to create independent layers. Users with limited resources, such as reduced display resolution, lower processing power or insufficient battery, can still use the layer that best suits their capabilities.

VIVOTEK has announced the release of its iViewer app for iPhone and iPad. iViewer was developed to allow users to monitor locations off-site by providing access to surveillance camera video right on their iOS device.

Besides, VIVOTEK has won prestigious Camera Excellence Awards at Secutech Taipei 2011, the key global security industry exhibition.


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