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Sony is No. 1 Leading Analog Camera Brand with Retail Facility Managers

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , on July 19, 2012 by zackduncan

Sony logoSony Electronics’ Security Systems Division has just announced that the company has recently been awarded Frost & Sullivan’s 2012 United States Retail Facility Manager’s Choice Award for Best Brand of Analog Cameras. This is a good honor because these awards recognize companies that demonstrate outstanding achievement and superior performance in areas like leadership, technological innovation, customer service and strategic product development.

According to General Manager for Sony Electronics’ Security Systems Division Mark Collett, “We are very pleased to receive this award from Frost & Sullivan. While many retailers have started migrating towards IP camera systems, the analog market remains strong. We continue to innovate in both categories, providing affordable analog cameras based on the company’s advanced imaging technology, as well as a line of high-definition IP cameras. We are proud that the retail facility managers across the U.S. recognize that Sony is synonymous with image quality.”

Sony has 40 years of experience in advancing the art and science of image processing, meaning that both the analog and IP camera models from the company produce clearer video at higher frame rates than any other surveillance camera technologies on the market.

In addition to that, Sony is also the first camera manufacturer to create a hybrid camera solution that is capable of simultaneously transmitting both standard-definition analog and high-definition IP images over a single coaxial cable. This allows customers to utilize their investments in analog cabling and control rooms while also implementing a migration to IP.

Frost & Sullivan surveyed facility managers all across the Untied States and asked them which brand of analog surveillance cameras they consider using first, second and third. These numbers were calculated and revealed that Sony was the number one most considered company in the market.

Source: LP Magazine – Sony Recognized as the Leading Analog Camera Brand Among U.S. Retail Facility Managers

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1/4″ Sony CL Bullet Camera

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , on December 10, 2010 by zackduncan

1/4 Sony CL Bullet CameraThe Sony CL CDD Bullet is your everyday, run of the mill bullet camera. It is inexpensive and comes with a ton of great features that are sure to be popular with anybody interested in buying a bullet camera or a bullet camera security system. Bullet cameras are small which makes them easy to place and easy to hide, and they are, for the most part, fairly cheap to own and maintain.

Some major features of the Sony CL CDD Bullet Camera include the Sony Super HAD CDD sensor, built-in 3.6mm Board Lens, weatherproofing criterion IP66 (exclude Audio type) and DC voltage. But there are a lot of other specifications that the Sony CL CDD Bullet Camera has to offer.

Specifications that may spark your interest include: Sony 1/4″ Color Sony Super HAD CDD image device, PAL:500×582 picture elements, 420TVL resolution, 0.5 Lux / F 2.0 minimal illumination, more than 48dB S/N Ratio, PAL:1/50~1/110,000 electronic shutter, 0.45 gamma, Board lens 3.6mm / F2.0, Auto white balance, auto gain control, internal sync system, 1Vp-p / 75 Ohms video output, 2 Vp-p / 50 Ohms audio output, DC12V+/-10% power supply, 117 mA max power consumption and operating temperatures from as low as -10 degrees Celsius to as high as 50 degrees Celsius.

Overall the Sony CL CDD Bullet Camera is an all around well balanced camera. It has many features and specifications that many security camera owners will appreciate. If you are interested in renting one, then you should check out the Tech-Army E-Store. At the Tech-Army E-Store you can find a ton of bullet cameras including the Sony CL CDD Bullet Camera which is available for the low price of just $70.

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