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Video Camera - Canon - Facility Management Product Release
Canon’s network video solutions cameras transmit video images over IP for remote monitoring, and are now fully compatible with General Solutions’ DigiOp line of digital video recorders.
The cameras have tilting, panning and zooming functions, all with built-in servers; stationary and analog models are also available.
The wide-angle VB-C300 PTZ network camera comes with a high-sensitivity progressive-scan 310,000-pixel display that delivers crisp images of even rapidly moving objects, as well as low-light (1 Lux at 1/30 shutter speed) performance.
The VB-C300 network camera offers Power over Ethernet to simplify installation. It also includes a 26x optical zoom lens, 12x digital zoom, and a 340K effective-pixel display that delivers 640 x 480-pixel resolution video with up to 30-frame-per-second image quality.
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