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Canon U.S.A. Introduces 10 New Feature-Packed Megapixel Network Cameras


Melville, N.Y. — Sept. 18, 2014 – Canon U.S.A., Inc., a leader in digital imaging solutions, has expanded its line of network cameras with 10 new feature-packed models in a variety of resolutions and designs to serve the needs of a wide range of video security and surveillance applications. Delivering superb imaging, low-light performance, high-resolution detail, and vital color information through Genuine Canon Lenses, advanced imaging sensors, and two proprietary Canon DIGIC processors (DIGIC DV III and DIGIC NET II), these new cameras provide the image quality necessary for detailed video analysis.

Additionally, these new network cameras provide built-in video analytics that assist in identifying potentially crucial picture details, such as moving, removed, and abandoned object detection. The analytics are ideal for a broad range of security applications and environments such as financial institutions, industrial plants and utilities, military and government agencies, airports and transportation centers, educational institutions, retail establishments, commercial offices, casino and gaming establishments, Web attractions, and more.

“Canon continually advances its network cameras to deliver features and innovations helping to maximize the advantages of video over IP for security applications and environments,” said Yuichi Ishizuka, president and COO, Canon U.S.A. “Canon’s expertise in HD imaging technology delivers the outstanding picture quality, latest digital capabilities, sophisticated user benefits, appropriate form factors, and technical compatibilities needed to help maximize the efficiency and convenience of today’s video security systems.”

Delivering sophisticated capabilities, key shared features of these new models include: an improved H.264 algorithm for remarkable image quality at lower bit rates; simultaneous delivery of two H.264 and three M-JPEG video streams in multiple sizes and resolutions for versatility in monitoring and recording; scheduled Custom Video Settings for optimal image capture according to the time of day; On-board Video Analytics for advanced detection and analysis; and Outstanding Low Light Performance.

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