Grundig’s range of analogue CS-mount box cameras come in soft day/night and true day/night models with low voltage, 12/24 V and mains, 230 V variants. The soft day/night version has 650 TVL resolution and the true day/night model with IR cut filter, offers 650 TVL in colour and 700 TVL in black and white. Both use Sony sensor technology.
Standard features across the range include digital noise reduction (DNR), backlight compensation (BLC), auto-gain control (AGC) and Highlight Compensation (HLC). This feature converts peaks of bright light or dark areas within a video image to grey, improving image processing quality in extremes of light and dark. Motion detection and manual or DC iris lens control is also standard, along with an on-screen display (OSD) menu in seven language options.
The soft day/night sensitivity is 0,01 Lux with four privacy zones. The true day/night model adds 0,001 Lux sensitivity in night-time mode and has up to 15 privacy zones. This model also includes wide dynamic range (WDR), multi-level DNR and digital image stabilisation (DIS).
Grundig’s new analogue CS-mount box cameras have been designed and built to the high standards and quality expected of the German manufacturer.
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