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Product Spotlight: Vivotek Supreme IP Camera Series

Published by Marie on March 15, 2012 1:35 PM

Vivotek's Supreme IP Camera Series is setting a new standard for low-light HD surveillance systems. When security matters, a high-performing camera like the outdoor IP8362 or the SD8362E PTZ can be monitored and controlled from any networked computer to ensure you're never too far away. The Supreme Line is composed of 15 cameras including box type, bullet type, speed dome, indoor/outdoor fixed dome, mobile dome, and fish-eye cameras.

Three different low-light technologies set the Supreme camera light apart from the competition: Supreme Night Visibility, Wide Dynamic Range, and P-Iris. Using Sony Exmor image sensors, Supreme Night Visibility allows cameras to be extremely sensitive to light and create clear video in less light than traditional surveillance cameras. Wide Dynamic Range, or WDR, restores balanced lighting in high-contrast situations common with windows and doorways so objects are no longer backlit. P-Iris lenses control the iris opening to maintain the optimal level of light in all times, increasing image quality and depth of field.

Supreme series cameras range between 30 and 60 FPS when streaming live video. These high-definition videos stay smooth and clear when monitoring fast-moving objects, ideal for high-security situations. Almost all Supreme series cameras include IP-Cut filters for Day/Night functionality, letting the camera easily adjust to the changing levels of light by blocking or allowing infrared (IR) light.

Several of the Supreme cameras are vandal-resistant, and the entire series comes with tamper protection features that can be configured to notify administrators when something interferes with the camera. Optional On-board storage to an SD card means the cameras continue to record even if the network connection is lost, so footage of an event is always available. The outdoor cameras are rugged and durable, protected against water, dust, and extreme temperatures ranging from -40 degrees to 131 degrees.

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