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Norbain can now offer customers the new Samsung WiseNetIII 2MP Full HD (1080p) network camera range, now including a competitively priced fixed lens IR dome camera.

The low price point of the SND-6011R makes it ideal for video surveillance projects, such as schools, hospitals, offices and retail stores, where budgets may be restricted and yet there is a need to capture evidence grade images from a large number of cameras.

 

The SND-6011R joins nine other camera models that incorporate the WiseNetIII DSP chipset and have been developed by Samsung as a result of a market research programme. This identified what users and installers felt were the key ‘must haves’ in order for high definition IP network cameras to automatically become the preferred choice when a new video surveillance system was being specified, or an existing system was being upgraded.

The ONVIF compliant SND-6011R, which is equipped with a 3.8mm fixed lens, is a true Day/Night camera with an infra-cut filter. It is designed to capture high quality colour images at an ultra fast frame rate of 30fps at 1080p. Objects up to 10 metres distance from the camera can be viewed even in total darkness with the help of built-in IR LEDs.