Panasonic introduced the latest in the Extreme video surveillance range with the launch of two H.265 cameras, designed for applications in the open sea and in harbors, on piers and bridges, thanks to the external corrosion-resistant body
Resistant to erosion and corrosion due to saltiness, the new i-Pro Extreme cameras by Panasonic meet all the requirements of compliance with the ISO14993 standard and complete the Aero PTZ range with solutions also suitable for coastal areas. The new cameras are available in both dome PTZ (WV-X6531NS) and bullet version (WV-S1531LNS) and incorporate algorithms designed to reduce bandwidth consumption and the need for storage space up to 75% over H.264 models. In addition, the new range provides new analysis tools, which allow the user to observe objects and details shot even from long distances and in critical conditions as often happens in coastal and nautical environments.
The anti-vandal shell, rain cover and dehumidification system are further interesting features that contribute to improving the reliability and operability of new cameras, especially in high humidity environments. The new models are also equipped with special mounting brackets, which are also resistant to erosion and corrosion and comply with the ISO standard.
Gerard Figols, Product Marketing Manager of Panasonic Security, summarized the presentation of the new PTZ cameras: “These two new models have the same features and advantages of the standard units of the range but, thanks to their resistance to corrosion, they are able to support applications at sea or on the coast, ensuring excellent video surveillance footage over a longer period of time and in any weather.”
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