Archive for February, 2012

Samsung’s New SNO-7080R Outdoor IR Bullet Camera

Posted in Bullet Camera Review, Low Light with tags , , , , , on February 24, 2012 by zackduncan

Samsung SNO-7080RSamsung Techwin America has just unveiled an outdoor 3 megapixel network video surveillance camera complete with a 30 meter IR range in total darkness. The camera is labeled as the SNO-7080R and comes with a 2.8x varifocal motorized zoom lens and is capable of capturing 16:9 full 1920 x 1080p HD with wide dynamic range and features a dual H.264 and MPEG codec.

According to Senior Vice President of Sales and Marketing for Samsung Techwin America, “Our new outdoor megapixel IR camera offers a unique combination of performance, features and cost-efficiency to deliver extremely high value. The low light IR capability of the SNO-7080R greatly extends the applications for megapixel imaging given its extended range in total darkness.”

In addition to that, this camera also uses Samsung’s WiseNet2 DSP chipset, which is designed to provide maximum benefit for megapixel technology. This includes Wide Dynamic Range and Smart Compression with region-of-interest (ROI) encoding. H.264 compression also ensures that your images are high-res and work well with your bandwidth while the H.264/MJPEG dual codec supplies multiple streaming.

The SNO-7080R also offers multiple resolution options including CIF, full 1080p HD and full 3 megapixel with the ability to transmit as many as six different profiles for viewing and recording. The camera also has an IP66 environmentally rated housing for severe weather conditions and can be powered with an Ethernet cable and 24V AC.

This camera is also ONVIF-compliant and features backlight compensation, SSNRIII (2D+3D) digital noise reduction, motion detection, privacy, SSDR for contrast enhancement and auto day/night (ICR). The 3-8.5 millimeter motorized varifocal lens also allows remotely adjustable zoom and focus settings for a fully customizable setup.

If you’re looking for a solid, outdoor IR bullet camera, Samsung’s SNO-7080R just might be the bullet camera for you. You can check it out on Samsung’s security camera webpage.

Source: Security Info Watch – Samsung’s SNO-7080R IR Bullet Camera

Security Camera Warehouse Adds GeoVision IP Cameras

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , , on February 15, 2012 by zackduncan

Security Camera Warehouse logoOnline surveillance camera retailer Security Camera Warehouse has announced that it is expanding its line of IP cameras to include GeoVision cameras. The company recently reported that it doubled its revenue last year and is on track to do so again this year. The revenue increase is said to be due, in part, to the company’s relationship that it builds with its installer network.

According to CEO of Security Camera Warehouse Justin Bowman, “We are seeing a surge of business from systems integrators, for corporate, government and educational clients. IP Cameras, especially GeoVision IP Cameras, are the video surveillance systems of choice for our larger clients. Despite the stock market volatility, US austerity measures, and economic uncertainty, our business lines continue to grow.”

Like I said earlier, Security Camera Warehouse is an online retailer that deals in CCTV systems, security cameras and video surveillance equipment and bases its business model around low-cost, high-quality video surveillance products and customer service.

This new offering of GeoVision IP cameras will also allow the company to expand its access control division with GeoVision keycard readers, fingerprint readers and other access control system solutions. What’s more is that GeoVision is an award-winning high megapixel IP surveillance camera company, which will give Security Camera Warehouse a little prestige for their lineup.

According to President of Security Camera Warehouse Matthew Nederlanden, “Expanding our offering to include Geovision products allows us to take on more exciting projects as it becomes much easier to integrate the surveillance cameras and the access control into one seamless security measure. This integration is especially important to highly regulated or highly secure environments. We are excited about including Geovision products into our lineup and represented by our industry leading customer service and knowledgeable staff.”

Source: PRWeb – Security Camera Warehouse Expands IP Camera Line with Geovision Cameras

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Gadspot Debuts New 2MP and 5MP IP Surveillance Cameras

Posted in Low Cost with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , on February 3, 2012 by zackduncan

Gadspot logoGadspot, a provider of more affordable video surveillance products, has just recently announced the addition of a plethora of new IP camera models to their lineup. These digital video cameras all come with your choice of either 2MP or 5MP sensors with available configurations including both dome cameras and outdoor cameras.

The 2MP IP cameras come in the form of the GS9200, GS9201, GS 9202, GS9203 and GS9204. Features include a 2MP CMOS sensor, H.264 and MJPEG dual streaming, 1,600 x 1,200 resolution, WiFi connectivity (GS9200 model only), built-in high-sensitive microphone (GS9200, GS9202 and GS9203 models only), built-in IR and LED ICR (GS9201 and GS9204 models only), ONVIF standard support and weatherproof casings (GS9201 and GS9204 models only).

The 5MP IP cameras come in the GS9000B, GS9001D and GS9002DE models with features including a 5MP CMOS sensor, H.264, MPEG-4 and MJPEG compression, 2,592 x 1,920 resolution, built-in SD/SDHC card slot for on-board storage (GS9000B and GS9001D models only), ONVIF standard support, built-in high-sensitive microphone (GS9000B and GS9001D models only), vandal-resistant case (GS9002DE model only), weatherproof casing (GS9002DE model only) and an operating temperature of 0°C/32°F to +45°C/113°F.

According to a statement from President of Gadspot Judy Chen, “We’re pleased to include this new line of IP cameras to our product family. We believe our IP cameras are the highest-quality products available in the market today at this price range, and we’re proud to be able to offer these superior cameras to both end users, resellers and installers at aggressive prices.”

All of these cameras come backed with a one-year warranty, just in case anything happens. Prices for the 2MP cameras range between $119.95 and $129.95 with prices of the 5MP cameras ranging between $249.95 and $499.95. In addition to that, Gadspot also offers 24-hour, live, online customer service if you have any problems.

Source: PR Web – Gadspot Announces New Line of IP Surveillance Cameras

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