Features and Advantages
Canon is known for their excellent lenses, and it’s the best place to start when you need the very best video quality from your IP Camera. Canon just introduced some very nice cameras that take advantage of their lens expertise. They feature megapixel resolution with excellent low light sensitivity. Video quality compares well to the Axis and Hanwha megapixel cameras.
The latest VB-M600 series dome camera includes the ability to adjust the pan, tilt, zoom and focus remotely. This makes it very easy to install. It really differentiates it from other manufacturers.
The new Canon IP cameras include video analytics. The cameras will notify you when an object is removed from an area, or if someone leaves a box in your lobby. This means you can reduce labor costs by allowing the cameras to automatically notify you about alarm conditions.
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This Network IP Camera is a megapixel PTZ camera that provides high-resolution image quality and performance to the security camera market.
The camera has a 1.3-megapixel sensor as well as a high-performance Canon 20x optical zoom lens that provides an excellent quality video with little distortion. The new high-performance lens was designed to maximize the cameras low light performance, allowing the VB-M40 to provide color video down to .03 Lux and black/white video down to 0.001 Lux.
Choose the 1.3 megapixel or the 2.1-megapixel dome IP Both types of cameras bring together outstanding durability and capability along with advanced installation tools that make it the easiest camera to adjust. It’s the only camera we know of that has remote pan, tilt, zoom, and focus.
You can select the indoor VB-M600D or HB610D; or the outdoor VB-M600VE, or HB610VE with IP-66 class protection from the elements.
This 1.3-megapixel Network Camera is small and easily installed since it has a remote-controlled zoom lens and is powered using PoE.
This camera boasts a Canon megapixel optical 3X zoom lens which provides a viewing angle of 34.2° to 102° . This new lens was also designed to maximize the cameras low light performance, allowing the camera to provide color video down to .018 Lux and black/white video down to 0.001 Lu
The Canon PTZ camera has a 20X optical zoom. You can identify a person’s face at a distance of over 200 ft away.
It has a progressive scan CCD sensor and image stabilization with good low-light sensitivity making it a good camera for many surveillance applications requiring a PTZ camera