Inhep Electronics Holdings has obtained the exclusive rights to distribute the Duevi line of EzyMegaCam megapixel cameras from Duevi Italy in Africa.
Inhep’s head of products, Matt De Araujo says the company was looking for a camera with EU quality and reputation to stand against cheaper imports, but which would do so without breaking the bank.
What makes the EzyMegaCam different is that it offers a 360° panoramic fisheye lens. This means the camera captures 360° images and the software then delivers clear megapixel images of the surroundings to observers.
The camera can take two SD cards, which means it can hold 128 GB of onboard storage when using two 64 GB SD cards. This means it is a self-contained system that continues to record images if the network is down. For blackout-prone South Africans, the camera also sports a backup battery that keeps the camera functioning for an hour if the electricity is down.
De Araujo adds that the camera also includes a passive IR which can be used to detect movement in dark conditions and trigger the onboard output. Users can also set the device to start recording only when it detects movement or the lights are switched on to conserve energy.
To round things off, the system is supplied with free management software and users can view the camera’s images over the network or their mobile phones.
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