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Sony's First IP Products Rated for Transportation Vehicle Use
The three X-Series cameras are Full HD mini dome models, representing Sony's first ruggedized IP cameras with image stabilization technology and built-in microphone that make them ideal for us on board buses and trains.
X Series Named 'Best of Video Surveillance Cameras IP' at SIA's NPS at ISC
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SNC-XM632 rated for on board buses/road vehicles.
SNC-XM636 rated for on board trains.
SNC-XM637 rated for on board trains.
Five Megapixel Indoor/Outdoor Camera
The SNC-HM662 is ideal for both indoor and outdoor environments such as retail, campuses and commercial buildings, helping users to eliminate blind spots and enhance situational awareness.
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There are advantages to both of the different CCD scanning modes: progressive and interlaced. From a video security point of view, the advantages of progressive scan CCDs are that a higher vertical resolution can be attained and less image blur occurs when capturing moving objects. However, interlaced scan CCDs inherently provide higher sensitivity.
As you may already know, when using an interlaced scan CCD for network video monitoring, a technique called I/P (Interlace/Progressive) conversion is required to produce a single frame of video. Basically, with this technique, image data is buffered in memory until a single frame of data is ready to be output.
When performing IP conversion, Sony incorporates a technology called Dynamic Frame Integration (DFI) in some of its interlaced scan CCD network cameras so that both moving objects and still objects are clearly reproduced while taking advantage of the relatively high sensitivity inherent in interlaced scanning CCDs.
Benefit of Dynamic Frame Integration
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Sony Network Security Cameras
Sony Network Security cameras are manufactured under License, U.S. Patent Nos. 6,696,945; 6,970,083; 7,868,912 and 7,932,923 as well as other issued and pending patents.
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