JVC CCD Analog Surveillance Cameras

JVC Professional Products introduces four new high-resolution, 1/3in. CCD analog surveillance cameras.
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JVC CCD Analog Surveillance Cameras

Dec 3, 2009 1:11 PM

JVC Professional Products introduces four new high-resolution, 1/3in. CCD analog surveillance cameras. The TK-C2201U and TK-C2201WPU are compact, fixed dome cameras, while the TK-C9200U and TK-C9300U are box-style cameras, all with outstanding low-light performance. All four new models provide high resolution with 580 TV lines and feature a powerful new 12-bit digital signal processor, which delivers high-quality images. Super LoLux Sensitivity assures precise color reproduction even in challenging lighting conditions, as low as 0.05 lux in color mode and 0.006 lux in black-and-white mode. A variety of other features allow for precise monitoring, including automatic gain control, automatic electronic shutter, 1.4X/2.0X digital zoom, and privacy mask for protecting against intrusive monitoring. A new feature, area white balance, can apply automatic white balance to a specific area of the image, which avoids strong color zones for more accurate color reproduction. Each camera delivers 52db signal-to-noise ratio, and 3D noise reduction helps reduce picture noise in dark environments. The TK-C2201U is available now, and the TK-C2201WPU will be available in January 2010. The TK-C9200U and TK-C9300U are already shipping. Price: $265 (TK-C9200U); $332 (TK-C9300U); $360 (TK-C2201U); $490 (TK-C2201WPU)

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