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Canon U.S.A., Inc., of Lake Success, New York, has introduced a new pan-tilt-zoom network video camera. Offering a wide 7o-degree horizontal angle of view, the Canon VB-C300 PTZ Camera pans bidirectionally at ffl170 degrees, making it ideal for tight, indoor spaces. Power over Ethernet allows the camera to use a single Ethernet cable for data transmission and power. The camera comes equipped with a high-sensitivity progressive-scan CCD that helps deliver crisp images of even rapidly moving objects. Its automatic day-night mode switches from color to black-and-white video, depending on available illumination. Incorporating a 2.4X optical zoom lens with 4X digital zoom, the camera has an autofocus system that keeps most of the camera's image plane in sharp focus. The advanced lens design reduces the fish-eye distortion typical of extreme wide-angle lenses.

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Title Annotation:ASIS Seminar & Exhibits Product Showcase
Publication:Security Management
Date:Dec 1, 2007
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