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Borough of Verona 2014 Using axis technology
Two Types of Day and Night Vision Technologies Wide dynamic range (WDR) describes an attribute of an imaging system that can record greater scene details, from shadows to highlights than normal. Lightfinder technology incorporates a CMOS (complementary metal-oxide semiconductor) sensor with exceptional light sensitivity. However, the Lightfinder technology sets the degree of filtering and sharpening to give the best image quality possible. Day Vision Night Vision
Examples of WDR
Examples of Lightfinder
Types of Network Cameras Fixed network cameras A fixed network camera is a camera that has a fixed viewing direction once it is mounted. This type of camera represents the best choice in applications where it is advantageous to make the camera very noticeable. Fixed cameras can also be mounted on a pan/tilt motor for greater viewing flexibility.
Types of Network Cameras Fixed dome network cameras A fixed dome network camera is a fixed camera in a dome design. The camera can be directed to point in any direction. Its main benefit lies in its discreet, non-obtrusive design, as well as in the fact that it is hard to see in which direction the camera is pointing.
Types of Network Cameras Covert network cameras Covert cameras are designed to blend into the environment and be virtually impossible to discover. They can be placed at eye-level at entrances or Integrated into things such as ATM machines for discreet or covert surveillance.
Types of Network Cameras PTZ network cameras A PTZ camera provides pan, tilt and zoom functions (using manual or automatic control), enabling wide area coverage and great details when zooming in. An Axis PTZ camera usually has the ability to pan 360°, tilt 180° or 220°, and is often equipped with a zoom lens. (A zoom lens provides an optical zoom that maintains image resolution, as opposed to a digital zoom, which enlarges an image with loss in image quality.)
Features of the PTZ Network Camera Autotracking Autotracking is an intelligent video functionality that will automatically detect a moving person or vehicle and follow it within the camera’s area of coverage. Autotracking is particularly beneficial in unmanned video surveillance situations where the occasional presence of people or vehicles requires special attention.
Features of the PTZ Network Camera Gatekeeper Gatekeeper enables an Axis PTZ camera to pan, tilt and zoom in to a preset position when motion is detected in a pre-defined area and return to home position after a set time. EIS Electronic image stabilization (EIS). In outdoor installations, PTZ cameras with zoom factors above 20x are sensitive to vibrations and motion caused by traffic or wind. EIS helps reduce the affects of vibration in a video.
FPS Frames per second FPS Frames per second FPS is the industry movie standard.
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