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Reading UK: Norbain has offered customers the new Sony E series IP cameras ideal for entry to mid level applications including retail, education and banking. In addition, two new V series cameras expand the mid-level and high end models.

 

Each member of the E series incorporates improvements in core camera functionality to provide optimal images even in the most challenging security scenarios. The latest advances in View-DR dynamic range enhancing technology deliver detail even when imaging brightly backlit figures.

Noise reduction is significantly enhanced and low light sensitivity is tremendously improved to more than twice that of Sony’s previous pace-setting cameras. Together, these enable high performance for both day and night applications. This surpasses cameras built with technologies that can only perform in either day or night use.

Together, these enable high performance for both day and night applications. This surpasses cameras built with technologies that can only perform in either day or night use.

All new models incorporate image stabilisation to reduce camera shake caused by wind and vibrations in mounting platforms, which blur images and wash out details. This new feature automatically compensates for such conditions, ensuring that E series cameras deliver imaging excellence at all times.

The 10 new cameras in the E Series offer a comprehensive line-up of fixed, mini dome, vandal-proof mini dome and outdoor, rugged mini dome models. These are designed to be used for everyday video surveillance needs. Each IP camera delivers high performance, unprecedented flexibility and cost-efficiency.