ACTi new product conference at G2

October 2012 News

G2 Security hosted the ACTi New Product Conference at their premises in Johannesburg North on the 29th August. The event consisted of a display area with many of the latest camera models on demonstration and presentations delivered by Bill Tang from ACTi.

Both the display and presentations included the recently released NVR 3.0 recording software, available on download from with the first 16 camera licences free. The new software is more user-friendly and easier to install than previous versions. It also has a Web interface removing the need for client software.

One of the most exciting new camera releases is the KCM-5611 low light, outdoor, auto-focus 2-megapixel box camera. Both day and night images are exceptional in addition to the usual quality features of the KCM range.

Other cameras on display included the KCM-3911 hemispheric camera, which provides 360 degree views and the new KCM-3311 full HD 4-Megapixel fixed dome. Digital inputs and outputs were set up to demonstrate the audio features, pre-set zooming and auto e-mail reporting.

ACTi research and development department have been on over-drive and Tang presented a detailed plan of the new cameras due in the coming months. The new D and E ranges include cameras with 1, 2, 3 or 5 megapixel options with either fixed or vari-focal lenses.

G2 Security would like to thank all their customers who attended the event, which made it such a success. The next new product event will be scheduled for February 2013 when the new cameras will be in production.

For more information on G2 Security or the ACTi IP camera ranges please contact us at or by phone on 087 940 9322.


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