Vista has announced the release of its new range of 3 Megapixel cameras which use Sony Starvis technology, in turn bringing to the fore increased image quality and a “careful balance” between price and performance for security managers.
These new cameras also take advantage of Sony’s Starvis back-illuminated pixel technology to produce highly detailed images in low light situations. The sensitivity performance has been extended from the visible light range to include near infrared range to support images at night, which is often essential for surveillance camera use.
Key features include the following:
• 3 Megapixel resolution giving greater detail and image quality without compromising on price
• Remote set-up lenses making the security installer’s job to gain crystal clear focus much simpler
• Alarms and audio allows easy integration of the cameras with remotely monitored systems
• SD card slots allow edge recording as a back-up to end users’ NVRs
• IR illumination guarantees “excellent performance” day and night
Vista product manager Bob Forehand stated: “This new range from Vista is an evolution of our popular E-Series, but brings significantly more functionality, image performance and low light capability at the same competitive price. The new Sony Starvis technology is an excellent addition to the range, producing high quality detail in 3 Megapixel resolution for end users.”