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Norbain offers new Sony Ipela Engine camera range

01 August 2013

Norbain now offers customers the Sony Ipela Engine camera range with 14 new models, including a small entry-level security camera and a scalable management recording solution

Norbain says the new series brings the benefits of Ipela Engine technology to a range of entry-to-mid level applications including retail, education and banking. Available in HD and full HD resolution, the cameras are said to be powerful and reliable security tools.

Each member of the Ipela Engine EX E Series incorporates improvements in core camera functionality to provide optimal image quality even in the most challenging security scenarios. It combines with the latest advances in View-DR technology to deliver detail even when imaging brightly backlit figures. Noise reduction has been enhanced and low light sensitivity is improved at more than twice the rate of Sony’s previous generation of cameras, according to the company.

In addition, all the new models incorporate image stabilisation to reduce camera shake caused by wind and vibrations on mounting platforms. Camera shake blurs images and washes out details so the new feature will deliver excellent images in varying weather conditions.

The 10 new cameras in the EX E Series offer a line-up of four fixed, two minidome, two vandal-proof minidome and two outdoor rugged minidome models:

• SNC-EB600, SNC-EB600B, SNC-EB630 and SNC-EB630B fixed cameras
• SNC-EM600 and SNC-EM630 minidome cameras
• SNC-EM601 and SNC-EM631 vandal-proof minidome cameras
• SNC-EM602R and SNC-EM632R outdoor, rugged minidome cameras

The cameras are designed to be used for everyday video surveillance. Two new V-Series cameras – the outdoor, rugged SNC-VM602R and SNC-VM632R – will expand the mid-level and high end models currently available.

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