Canon at IFSEC 2013, full network camera range exhibited

The VB-H610VE and VB-H41

The VB-H610VE and VB-H41

Canon took its largest-ever stand to IFSEC 2013 to showcase its complete network cameras portfolio, including Full HD resolution offerings.

A team of technical and channel development experts were on hand to guide visitors at Birmingham’s NEC throughout the latest innovations available across the Canon range.

Full HD cameras on show on the Canon stand included the VB-H41, VB-H610VE, VB-H610D and VB-H710F models.

All utilising specially designed lenses with multiple double-sided aspherical elements, the team demonstrated how the range offers high levels of wide angle performance and outstanding zoom capabilities.

The four HD network cameras all incorporate the DIGIC DV III image processors and DIGIC NET II network processor chip – allowing multiple HD video streams to be monitored simultaneously; while an original Canon lens coating results in enhanced low light performance.

The VB-H41 camera delivers 20x optical zoom while the VB-H610VE, VB-H610D and VB-H710F offer 3x optical zoom. In the VB-H610VE, VB-H610D and VB-H710F users can also benefit from a 112 degree angle-of-view for maximum coverage.

Features including advanced PTRZ functionality, designed to allow individual engineers to remotely configure the angle, zoom and focus to reduce time and costs during commissioning or re-configuration, are integrated in the devices.

canonA range of Canon’s 1.3 Megapixel network cameras also featured on the stand at IFSEC, including the VB-M600D and VB-M600VE fixed dome and the VB-M700F fixed box.

The three cameras all share the same high resolution, ultra wide-angle lens and 3x optical zoom technology together with embedded analytics functions. In addition, they are all ONVIF compliant.

The vandal-resistant VB-600VE fixed dome includes an added protection feature, with its ‘camera damper’ mechanism retracting the lens upon impact within its casing to avoid damage and make it suitable for areas prone to vandalism.

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