PROFESSIONAL SERIES PTZ (Pan, Tilt, Zoom) CAMERA
SONY FCBEX1010P 36x Wide D version DAY/NIGHT Outdoor professional CCTV
- IR night vision range up to 100 meters
- Die cast aluminium casing outdoor protection grade IP66
- Weather proof, frost protection, automatic de fogging and lens wiper
- Vandal protection, impact resistant
- 360 degree continuous rotation, 180 degree vertical track
- 530 TVL
- Low noise design
- OSD function
- Pan speed: 300°/s(max)
- Tilt speed: 120°/s(max)
- 128 preset positions
- 6 cruising tracks
- 40s pattern tours (path memory function)
- Multi-protocol communication
- RS485 date
SONY FCBEX1010P 36x Wide D version DAY/NIGHT Block camera
The FCB-EX1010P color block camera incorporates ¼ type ExView HAD™ CCD along with exceptional picture quality and high zoom capabilities (432x w/optical zoom). In addition, the FCB-EX1010P is the first in this exceptional camera series to feature a 36x zoom lens with Wide-D, as well as horizontal resolution of 530 TV lines, improved motion detection, spherical privacy zone masking with mosaic effect, and enhanced multi lines (more than two) for title. The FCB-EX1010P also features a slow AE Response Function that automatically slows the rate at which the exposure level changes. The rate can be set up to 32 times slower than when the Full Auto mode or Priority mode is selected.
36X Zoom Lens - High Telephoto Zoom and W I D E Horizontal Field of View Capability:
The FCB-EX1010P features a 36x lens that provides high TELEPHOTO zoom capability (1.7° H-FOV) and a WIDE horizontal field of view of 57.8° and a 1.7° telephoto capability. With its 36x optical zoom lens, the FCB-EX1010P camera allows for a zoom capability of up to 432x when used in combination with its 12x digital zoom. Users can zoom in on small or distant objects with exceptional clarity.
Auto IR Cut Filter Removal (ICR). For optimized sensitivity in both day and night-time shooting applications, the FCB-EX1010P camera incorporates an Auto ICR function. With a set level of darkness, the IR Cut filter is automatically disabled (ICR ON) and the infrared sensitivity is increased. With a set level of brightness, the filter is automatically enabled (ICR OFF). The ICR automatically engages depending on the ambient light, allowing the cameras to be effective in a variety of lighting conditions.
Enhanced Spherical Privacy Zone Masking. Incorporating latest generation firmware, this FCB-EX camera features an "advanced privacy zone masking" function for use with a pan/tilt system. The masking blocks can be interlocked to track with pan/tilt/zoom even when the camera is panning in a tilted position or circling.
- ¼ type ExView HAD CCD
- Slow AE Response
- Picture freeze
- Mosaic Effect of Spherical Privacy Zone Masking
- Multi Lines for Title
- Spot AE
- Electronic shutter / slow shutter
- High-speed serial interface (max. 38.4 Kb/s) with TTL signal-level control (VISCA™ protocol)
- Key Switch connector (CN601)
- Internal / External sync (V-lock)
- 16-bytes of free memory for recording data (serial No., camera/system ID, etc.)
- Factory presets
- Register set command
PTZ security cameras are some of the advanced cams on the market. Having the ability to pan a cam to the left and right, up or down, and zooming at long distances makes, PTZ cameras offer a complete view in any security zone. PTZ cameras provide the ability to give total coverage for a given area, however the main concern with a PTZ camera is its high costs in both purchasing price and operating costs.
Most of the time PTZ security cameras are manually operated by a person, although there are some PTZ cameras that have self-tracking technology built into the brain of the PTZ camera. Because of their cost and the need for an operator, PTZ security cameras are rarely used in residential areas.
Most security applications that call the kind of long distance, flexible coverage provided by PTZ cameras are in commercial and government organizations or large discount and department stores. However, PTZ cameras are getting cheaper and models with auto tracking modes are making it possible to not have to supply a guard, radically reducing their operating costs. Auto-tracking PTZ cameras cost around a thousand dollars, making PTZ cameras very expensive to purchase comparatively, but they can be much less expensive long term as you may not need to pay a guard. The independence, flexibility, 24/7 peace-of-mind of a PTZ camera is a big draw.
PTZ Auto-Tracking Is The Way To Go
A PTZ security camera's auto-tracking feature makes it the best security camera you could ever want. With each year passing by, the development of better, cheaper, and more flexible auto-tracking is making owning PTZ security camera a must. Just five years ago, PTZ security cameras were too expensive for local consumers to be able to afford them.
In the last two years, our company has developed an interface device that has the ability to turn any PTZ security camera into an auto-tracking camera! This enables consumers to integrate small PTZ security cameras in their CCTV setups. This means that PTZ cameras an now available in a price point within reach for the residential market.
With the ability to recess-mount smaller PTZ cameras with a 10X time optical zoom, a typical home-based CCTV system becomes much more lethal. Imagine having these PTZ cameras mounted in the eves of your home!
How PTZ Camera Auto Tracking Works
Auto-tracking works on a series of presets. You can have many preset positions for the PTZ camera to return to a home position after the PTZ camera has finished watching an object that has left it's field-of-vision. Once an item has entered the PTZ security camera's field-of-vision it proceeds to zoom in on the target and it pans in any direction until it leaves it's field of view (FOV). With DVR software getting more advanced you can receive emailed photos, or sample clips of live video when one of the PTZ cameras is activated by changes in pixels from moving objects.
PTZ Security Cameras Have Night & Day Monitoring
If you were wondering about how these PTZ cameras work in low light conditions, do not worry. These PTZ cameras have very low lux settings, which means that they can capture video in low light conditions.
(A Lux ratings is the measurement of the amount of light that is necessary for the camera to capture video. A PTZ camera with a lower lux rating means that it can capture video in less light.)
There are some model of PTZ security cameras now that have infrared lights like infrared security cameras, which give you a high resolution black and white image at night. The brain in the PTZ camera lens has the ability to see color in the night. Larger chip-sets allow PTZ security cameras to record color video at night.