Launched at this year's IFSEC, the new Hyper-D chipset technology, incorporated into the new breed of Baxall cameras, provides users with high-quality images in an even wider range of conditions than ever before.
Hyper-D changes the way cameras process images, resulting in near film-quality pictures. The sensor in the range of Hyper-D cameras digitises the image immediately at the pixel level. This is achieved by incorporating an analog to digital converter on each pixel. Every pixel is then individually exposed for the optimum amount of time. This essentially means that each Hyper-D camera has literally hundreds of thousands of individual cameras working within it, each of which is trying to produce the best image possible. These images are then combined to create a high quality video frame or picture.
Greater dynamic range significantly improves image quality in scenes consisting of both bright and dark areas, making it more like the human eye when viewing surveillance images. At the same time the low light performance has not been sacrificed so the performance is suitable for high-end colour surveillance cameras.
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