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EyeSpy247HDSD Mega-Pixel Network Camera

July 8th, 2011

EyeSpy247 have recently announced the release of their new model the EyeSpy247HDSD. EyeSpy247 aim to provide affordable solutions to security applications and this newest model is full of interesting features:

EyeSpy247HDSD Mega-Pixel Network Camera

  • Progressive scan CMOS image sensor
  • H.264, MPEG4 and M-JPEG compression
  • Max frame rate of 30fps
  • HDTV resolution at 720p
  • Lightweight at only 150g including stand
  • Automatic IR cut filter
  • IR Illumination over 15 metres
  • PIR and sound trigger sensors
  • Two-way audio
  • 802.11N wireless connectivity

 

For full specifications for the EyeSpy247HDSD Mega-Pixel Network Camera and the rest of the EyeSpy247 range please use the links below:

Axis M31 Vandal-Resistant Outdoor Network Dome Cameras

July 6th, 2011

Axis have recently added four new vandal-resistant models to the Axis M31 series of compact network dome cameras; the Axis M3113-VE, the Axis M3114-VE, the Axis M3113-VE NOCAP and the Axis M3114-VE NOCAP. The Axis M3113-VE and the Axis M3114-VE provide many of the features of their predecessors with the added feature of a vandal-resistant casing to increase reliability in tough applications. The key features of both models are:

Axis M3113-VE Vandal-Resistant Network Dome Camera 0412-001

  • 2.9mm fixed focal lens with horizontal viewing angle of 66°
  • H.264 and Motion JPEG compression
  • Frame rate of 30fps in all resolutions
  • SVGA resolution up to 800×600
  • IP67 rated impact-resistant aluminium/plastic casing
  • Support for Power over Ethernet IEEE 802.3af (Class 1)

Axis M3114-VE Vandal-Resistant Network Dome Camera 0413-001

  • 2.9mm fixed focal lens with horizontal viewing angle of 80°
  • H.264 and Motion JPEG compression
  • Frame rate of 30fps in all resolutions
  • HDTV 720p 1MP resolution at 1280×800
  • IP67 rated impact-resistant aluminium/plastic casing
  • Support for Power over Ethernet IEEE 802.3af (Class 1)

 

N.B. Both the M3113-VE and the M3114-VE have a variant model with almost identical specifications with the added suffix of NOCAP which simply indicates that the model does not come with the weather shield included in the standard model. Removing the weather shield has impact on only one element of the camera’s performance:

The camera tilt adjustment of the standard model (with weather shield) is 0°-65° whereas the tilt adjustment of the NOCAP model (without weather shield) is 0°-90°.

For M31-VE product pages, M31 series pages and our entire Axis range please use links below:

 

Axis M1113-E and M1114-E Outdoor-ready Network Cameras

July 4th, 2011

Axis have recently added two new models to their M11 series; the Axis M1113-E and the Axis M1114-E. Both models have the same specifications as their indoor predecessors the M1113 and M1114 but come out of the box ready to be installed in outdoor operations in IP66 rated housings.

 

Axis M1113-E Outdoor-ready Fixed Network Camera

  • 1/4″ Progressive scan CMOS image sensor
  • Vari-Focal DC-Iris 2.9-8.2mm Lens
  • Horizontal viewing angle of 25°-65°
  • Minimum illumination of 0.6 Lux
  • H.264 and Motion JPEG compression
  • SVGA resolution up to 800×600
  • Frame rate of 30fps in all resolutions
  • Supports Power over Ethernet IEEE 802.3af

 

Axis M1114-E Outdoor-ready Fixed Network Camera

  • 1/4″ Progressive scan CMOS image sensor
  • Vari-Focal DC-Iris 2.8-8mm lens
  • Horizontal viewing angle of 29°-87°
  • Minimum illumination of 0.6 Lux
  • H.264 and Motion JPEG compression
  • HDTV 720p 1MP resolution up to 1280×800
  • Frame rate of 30fps in all resolutions
  • Supports Power over Ethernet IEEE 802.3af

 

Both of the models come with:

  • Wall bracket
  • Sunshield
  • User’s Guide
  • CD with installation tools
  • Recording software
  • Windows decoder 1-user license
  • Desiccant bag

 

For Full specifications for both models as well as datasheets, our Axis M11 Series and our entire Axis range please use the links below:

QNAP Security NVR Firmware Update V3.5.0

July 1st, 2011

Taiwanese Network Video Recorder specialists QNAP Security have released their latest Firmware update V3.5.0 for their VioStor NVR series for free. Their press release describes the key improvements of this version and new features such as:

  • Dynamic E-map: allows users to pinpoint the position of each IP camera on a multi-layered digital map.
  • Video Segment Backup to External USB Device: users can now back up specific video segments of the camera channels from the VioStor NVR to an external USB storage device.
  • Real-time Digital Watermarking: real-time digital watermarks are embedded to the videos of the IP cameras as soon as they are recorded to the VioStor NVR.
  • 16-channel Simultaneous Video Playback: the new V3.5.0 firmware has largely increased the maximum number of channels for simultaneous remote playback from 4 to 16 to enhance the efficiency of video investigation.
  • New IP Cameras Support: in addition to more than 1,000 models of IP camera and video server, QNAP Security has added the support for Samsung, Yokogawa, and ONVIF-compliant Bosch, EverFocus and Hunt IP cameras to its compatibility list for the VioStor NVR series.

 

For more information, the QNAP press release, the firmware download and our product pages for QNAP VioStor NVRs please use the links below:

 

Axis M5013 and M5014 Compact PTZ Dome Network Cameras

June 29th, 2011

Network camera manufacturer Axis have recently released the Axis M50 series which comprises of two models the Axis M5013 and the Axis M5014. The most notable feature of the new Axis M50 series is the size of the camera unit itself. At 13cm in diameter and 5.6cm in depth these IP cameras provide a discreet surveillance solution. What’s more, the casing of both models is rated at IP51 ensuring protection against ingress of dust and dripping water, providing an extra level of reliability in indoor applications.

Axis M5013

Axis M5014

  • SVGA Resolution up to 800×600
  • Horizontal viewing angle of 45°
  • Coverage of 300 sq. M.
  • HDTV 720p resolution up to 1280×720
  • Horizontal viewing angle of 60°
  • Coverage of 400 sq. M.

 

The features above are the only differences between the two models, but both share a list of features including:

  • 1/4″ Progressive scan CMOS image sensor
  • 3.6mm lens
  • Minimum illumination of 1.4lux
  • H.264 and Motion JPEG compression
  • Frame rate of 30fps in all resolutions
  • Built-in microphone for one-way audio
  • Video motion detection and audio detection
  • MicroSD/SDHC Card slot

For full specifications and manufacturer’s datasheets, use the links below to visit our product pages:

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