Canon VB-M700F IP Camera

An IP camera from Canon.
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Canon VB-M700F IP Camera

Aug 18, 2011 1:05 PM

Canon VB-M700F

Adding to its new line of 1.3-megapixel IP security cameras, Canon has introduced the VB-M700F fixed IP camera. Equipped with a Canon 3X optical zoom lens with a focal length of 2.8mm to 8.4mm and 102.5 degree field of view, the VB-M700F’s 1.3-megapixel CMOS sensor and proprietary Canon DIGIC NET image processor enables capture of detail in low-illumination environments down to 0.018 lux at f/1.2 and 1/8 second in color and 0.001 lux at f/1.2, and 1/8 second in black and white. It provides onboard video analytics that are designed to assist in identifying crucial visual details in the video image along with attempts to tamper with the camera. Users of the camera can also adjust the shape and size of the detection area. Additional user-adjustable features include a privacy mask function that can be set to block sensitive locations, such as ATM keypads or computer monitors, from the camera’s view. The camera also supports onscreen displays for date, time, and camera location. Price: $979

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