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Basler Vision Technologies to exhibit its two new dome cameras with 1080p Full HD resolution at the ASIS show

Published on 4 August, 2011
Basler Vision Technologies introduces two Full HD dome cameras at the ASIS show
 The BIP2-D1920c-dn (Outdoor) and BIP2-D1920c-dn (Indoor) dome cameras offer real-time video and full HD resolution

Basler Vision Technologies is introducing two new dome camera models with 1080p Full HD resolution and a two-way audio function. Basler will exhibit them at the upcoming ASIS show, which is scheduled to take place from September 19 to 21, 2011 at the Orange County Convention Center, Orlando, FL.

The upcoming BIP2-D1920c-dn (Outdoor) and BIP2-D1920c-dn (Indoor) dome camera models provide real-time video at a frame rate of 30 fps at 1080p Full HD resolution. To minimize bandwidth consumption and storage requirements at such high resolutions and frame rates, Basler's IP Cameras offer a choice of two different H.264 compression profiles, one of which is the High Profile (up to level 5). This standard is also used in Blu-ray technology and will deliver smooth motion even when image streams are played in reverse.

With the integration of audio functionality, both a microphone for audio recording and speakers as part of a public address system can be connected to the camera. When this feature is used, Basler's IP dome cameras cover an even wider area of surveillance than the camera's field of view. In addition, Basler's IP dome cameras have a built-in microSDHC card slot that can be used for local storage of up to 32 GB of data.

Another highlight in Basler's booth (number 2067) will be their latest IP fixed box camera generation. The box camera models are equipped with CCD or CMOS sensors and provide frame rates of up to 100 fps at resolutions of up to 5 megapixels. This frame rate makes Basler's IP Fixed Box Cameras extremely useful for high speed video recording in low light conditions.

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