Regal introduces mini fisheye

February 2015 CCTV, Surveillance & Remote Monitoring

The DS-2CD2942F-I Fisheye Network Camera forms part of the Hikvision Easy IP range and this product takes IP CCTV to a whole new of level of surveillance for small-to-medium businesses.

This cutting edge camera incorporates a four-megapixel sensor with a high-quality lens in a discrete, ultra-compact design which is small enough to be inconspicuous on any ceiling while providing complete situational awareness for an entire room.

It is specially designed to bring the benefits of simple installation and operation to small- to medium-sized commercial, retail and residential installations, NVRs and VMS software. The panoramic view with multi-view de-warping, digital PTZ, on-board storage of up to 64 GB (SD card) means a single camera can easily replace four traditional CCTV cameras mounted in one location.

The new DS-2CD2942F-I features a four-megapixel, 1/3-inch Progressive Scan CMOS image sensor with a 1,6 mm F1.6 lens and a 186° field of view. Together with the digital PTZ control and multi-view de-warping of the dual image streams, the new CC428-3 camera will provide crystal-clear coverage across a far wider area than other camera types.

For more information contact Regal Distributors, +27 (0)11 553 3300, info@regalsecurity.co.za, www.regalsecurity.co.za



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