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Mini Dome Camera<div class="thumbnail"><img title="" alt="" src="/migration/PublishingImages/0413%20Toshiba%20Marketplace%20copy.gif" width="144" height="132" /></div><p><span style="COLOR&#58;#ff0000;"><strong>Toshiba Surveillance &amp; Video Products Group </strong></span>of Irvine, California, is helping security professionals cost-effectively replace analog cameras with IP network video. The 720-pixel IK-WD04A mini-dome HD camera is suitable for indoor monitoring. It features wide dynamic range to correct images in challenging light, an SD card slot to record images locally, and a varifocal lens that allows technicians to quickly adjust the aperture. The lens provides 4x optical and 4x digital zoom. Other features include backlight compensation, automatic gain, H.264 compression, and quad-streaming real-time video. Up to 10 authorized users can remotely access live or recorded video simultaneously. </p>
Compact Video Recorder<div class="body"> <div class="thumbnail"> <img title="" alt="" src="http&#58;//" width="144" height="69" /> </div> <p>The <span style="COLOR&#58;#ff0000;"><strong>Geutebruck </strong></span>G-Scope/1000 series high-performance network video recorders offer enhanced temperature stability in compact 302- by 250-millimeter cases. Each is equipped with a one-terabyte database and is ideal for including in ATMs or fitting into confined spaces. Made by Geute­bruck of Windhagen, Germany, the G-Scope/1044 pro­cesses up to four analog and two IP video sources at once, and the G-Scope/1006 supports up to six IP inputs. </p> </div>
HD Surveillance<div class="body"> <div class="thumbnail"> <img title="" alt="" src="http&#58;//" width="144" height="53" /> </div> <p> <span style="COLOR&#58;#ff0000;"> <strong>Samsung Techwin America </strong> </span>of Ridgefield Park, New Jersey, has launched two new HDTV CCTV systems for applications where detail is important, such as reading license plate numbers and monitoring retail transactions. The all-in-one kits deliver high-definition video recording with outdoor-ready night-vision bullet cameras. The cameras excel in any lighting environment with wide dynamic range and noise reduction. The eight-channel SDH-P4040 and 16-channel SDH-P5080 systems are easy to install. Remote access is available via a free app for Android and iOS devices. User-friendly SmartView video management software offers easy navigation. </p> </div>
High Resolution DVR<div class="body"> <div class="thumbnail"> <img title="" alt="" src="http&#58;//" width="144" height="36" /> </div> <p>New from <span style="COLOR&#58;#ff0000;"><strong>Speco Technologies </strong></span>of Amityville, New York, is the D16DS digital video recorder, which offers a simple, cost-effective solution to high-resolution challenges. Optimized with 960H technology, the recorder supports real-time recording at 30 frames per second per channel of 960H recording. A suite of EZ Wizards facilitates easy installation and networking. Wizards also help users search, copy to a USB drive, and program recording schedules and specifications. The unit supports an optional USB wireless access point for viewing and configuration. The 16-channel recorder stores up to nine terabytes, offers Mac and PC compatibility, and supports remote viewing on mobile devices. </p> </div>
Remotec CCTV<div class="body"> <div class="thumbnail"> <img title="" alt="" src="http&#58;//" width="63" height="216" /> </div> <p> <span style="COLOR&#58;#ff0000;"> <strong>AMG Panogenics </strong> </span>of Dorking, United Kingdom, has introduced a solution to address remote CCTV applications where there is no cabling infrastructure. The TotemCam­360 is an integrated remote camera and recording system. Its 360-degree capability allows viewing of the full scene from a single camera. The unit has an onboard one-terabyte re­corder and a connection for a removable USB 2.0 hard disk. Advanced aerial technology allows the unit to re­cord almost indefinitely and stream video 24/7 to a video center via several transmission options. It provides multiple electronic pan-tilt-zoom and pano­ramic video streams that can be recorded or viewed live. </p> </div>
Video Decoder<div class="body"> <div class="thumbnail"> <img title="" alt="" src="http&#58;//" width="144" height="79" /> </div> <p> <span style="COLOR&#58;#ff0000;"> <strong>Vicon Industries, Inc.</strong> </span>, of Hauppauge, New York, has introduced the VN-DECODER-2, which provides added flexibility for Vicon’s Virtual Matrix Display system. It supports remote or add-on viewing stations that require only live video display. Each decoder supports up to two monitors, each of which can display up to 64 video streams. When used at an edge location, the video can be controlled and driven by a programmable logic controller and IP keypad without a traditional keyboard, mouse, or monitor. The decoder supports 1080p high-definition video, 16 x 9 viewing, and H.264 compression. An external power supply keeps the unit cool and quiet. </p> </div>
Wearable Camera<div class="thumbnail"><img title="" alt="" src="/migration/PublishingImages/0413%20Digital%20Ally%20Marketplace%20copy.gif" width="144" height="144" /></div><p>The FirstVu HD from <span style="COLOR&#58;#ff0000;"><strong>Digital Ally </strong></span>of Lenexa, Kansas, includes a small camera and separate thin recording module which may be securely mounted together or separately for versatile body, vehicle, and other mounting options. The full system weighs just four ounces and features a user-replaceable battery. It takes in a wide horizontal field of view with 720 pixel HD resolution and records a minimum of 16 hours at the highest-quality setting. It also offers enhanced low-light sensitivity for night recording, up to 30 seconds of pre-event recording, and instant recording from standby mode. A date and time stamp marks important events. </p>