September 15, 2008 – SANYO Security Systems, a division of SANYO Fisher Company, introduces their new High Definition (HD) Megapixel IP Video Surveillance camera with H.264 compression. The new VCC-HF4000 is the first true H.264 HD camera designed and built from the ground up to address the needs of the security market.
SANYO engineered the VCC-HD4000 specifically to address the needs of video surveillance applications. This design-build strategy allowed us to bring an optimized HD product that provides unique value and functionality to the security market.
The SANYO VCC-HD4000 features dual CODEC H.264 and JPEG compression engines, helping to conserve valuable bandwidth on the network. 1920 x 1080p in 16x9 ratio delivers true HD performance, while an on-board web browser enable video over the network. With specially crafted HD lens optics for improved image quality, the camera also has a true day/night cut filter to assure high quality images 24/7. Other advanced features include an SD card slot and USB terminal for local recording, LAN/HDMI/BNC connection to accommodate any system configuration, PoE to facilitate installation, 10X (6.3-63mm) auto-focus HD lens for maximum versatility and auto-focus exposure control for advanced analytics such as facial recognition. The VCC-HD4000 also features numerous security related functions such as alarm inputs/outputs, motion detection, privacy masking and pre-set positions on the zoom lens.
By reducing the number of cameras needed for large scale coverage, optimizing bandwidth and delivering more detailed images for real-time viewing in addition to video analytics. SANYO’s new HD megapixel camera provides tangible ROI for this market.
For more information contact SANYO Security Systems by calling toll free 1.888.893.7403, or visit www.sanyocctv.com.
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