New high definition camera with ‘enhanced visibility’

The high definition FCB-EV7500, part of Sony’s ‘enhanced visibility’ series of Security Cameras modules, is now available from STEMMER IMAGING.  Operation at full HD of 1080p/60 and 1080p/50 is supported. A visibility enhancer, wide dynamic range and adaptive 2D/3D noise reduction combine to give outstanding image quality even in challenging conditions. The Sony Exmor CMOS sensor gives significantly higher sensitivity than previous Sony HD models.

The new sensor and a newly developed image signal processor give improved image quality in terms of picture sharpness and colour optimisation. eotech airsoft The ‘visibility enhancer’ is a key new feature which allows for adaptive contrast display in the captured image. Various contrast settings can be applied to different areas of the image to give the best overall picture. This facility is ideal for use in mist or smoke as well as in scenes with a general wide dynamic range.

airsoft holographic sight In addition there is a wide dynamic range function which allows 2 frames to be captured at varying exposures at full resolution in order to combine high and low contrast areas. This is extended to four frames when operating at 720p resolution. This new wide dynamic range feature is then combined with the visibility enhancer to give great results in all lighting conditions.

12 volt 20 amp power supply In addition, the high frame rate at full 1080p resolution (previous HD modules only supported 30 fps) means that fast moving images are seen in a more natural smooth motion. 30x optical zoom is provided. Adaptive 2D and 3D noise reduction further enhances image quality whilst minimising motion blur.   The new Hikvision IP Camera will automatically adapt the level of 2D/3D noise reduction in different areas of the picture depending on whether the area is static or moving.   3D noise reduction is applied to static areas by comparing multiple frames to reduce noise most effectively. 2D noise reduction is applied to areas of movement to reduce noise without trailing effects.

VIVOTEK cameras capture the UK’s Wild Side

Renowned producer and wildlife photographer, Simon King, has revealed that he uses VIVOTEK Security Cameras to capture footage of animals in various locations around the UK. Simon has created, filmed, directed and presented an array of award winning TV programmes and films, including Springwatch, Big Cat Diary and Planet Earth; so he knows a thing or two about the importance of capturing the moment perfectly.

VIVOTEK’s IP8332-C and IP8152 cameras play a pivotal role in his work filming a variety of wildlife including kingfishers, badgers, kites and otters. The IP8332-C, a bullet-style network IP CCTV Security Camera designed for diverse outdoor applications, features a 1-megapixel CMOS sensor and a removable IR-cut filter for day and night functionality, which enables high quality and high resolution video to be captured. In order to withstand harsh outdoor environments, the CCTV IP Camera is encased in an IP66-rated housing and weather-proof casing and cleverly protects the cable within the brackets, making it the ideal model for outdoor installations.

The IP8152, which is equipped with the outstanding Supreme night visibility feature, is able to deliver excellent video quality in low light environments. Paired with the built-in IR-cut filter, the range of visibility can be further increased at night by providing the use of CCTV ir illuminator, allowing nocturnal wildlife activities to be clearly identifiable and recordable.

The cameras have been integrated with a Video Management System (VMS) from UK manufacturer i-Catcher. This allows the cameras to use motion detection to trigger the recording of passing wildlife, providing Simon with an ideal solution that always captures the action as it happens.

Simon King comments, “The footage of the animals’ behaviors captured by VIVOTEK cameras, and the agile and real-time surveillance through iCatcher, completely exceeded our expectations and is truly fantastic. airsoft holographic sight We’ll keep VIVOTEK cameras as our top choice whenever a new observation site is set up in the future. ”

Simon’s future plans include recording a series at Buckingham Palace where he aims to monitor a variety of nocturnal wildlife throughout the Royal estate.cctv camera smps He is again looking to use a number of VIVOTEK cameras for the project.

Axis introduces interactive camera visualisations tool

With the Axis Camera Extension for the SketchUp 3D CAD software, system designers can conveniently select Axis Network Security Cameras and insert them into 3D models of buildings. Different mounting positions and view angles can be evaluated through interactive camera views showing the respective IP CCTV Security Camera coverage areas. Users can pan, tilt and zoom the cameras to determine the optimal setup for the best video surveillance coverage.

Axis Communications, the world leader in network video, today introduces the Axis Camera Extension for SketchUp providing interactive 3D models of Axis Network dahua security camera to aid in the planning and design of video surveillance systems. Users can place cameras directly into CAD building plans and visualise the areas the cameras will cover.

The new SketchUp extension from Axis allows users to see exactly how the cameras fit into the building layout and to easily spot if camera views are obstructed by columns or walls. This effectively reduces the risk of unexpected blind spots when planning and designing video surveillance systems.

Axis Network Hikvision Camera can be conveniently selected from the SketchUp toolbar allowing users to compare and evaluate different camera models as well as to determine the optimal camera mounting positions. smps power supply for cctv Users can pan, tilt and zoom the cameras to adjust the field of view and define the optimal camera settings.

“SketchUp is a popular and easy-to-use 3D CAD software for security system design. With the new Axis Camera Extension, airsoft holographic sight system integrators can use SketchUp to place Axis Network Cameras into virtual buildings to precisely plan camera view angles and coverage,” said Peter Friberg, Director of System and Services, Axis Communications. “As SketchUp integrates with Google Maps it makes it easy when working on city surveillance or critical infrastructure projects to get a good overview of the environment where the cameras are placed. eotech airsoft The Axis Camera Extension allows system integrators to find the optimal camera model and settings for a given mounting position and significantly streamlines the overall planning and design process for video surveillance systems.”

From Passive to Active Video Surveillance – With the Intelligent Cameras From RIVA®

Worldwide traffic increases constantly. Traffic jams, accidents, lack of parking spaces and environmental damages are the consequences. RIVA IP cameras with special analytic filters help to improve this traffic situation.

At busy crossroads in Serbia, RIVA IP CCTV Security Camera with onboard video analytics are already used for adaptive traffic control. For that, traffic light systems are adjusted to the actual traffic demand to significantly improve traffic flows especially during rush hours. Thereby, not only the environmental impact is reduced, also time of all road users is saved and fuel costs as well as the number of road accidents decrease. Only the VCA Presence module, which is already integrated in all RIVA devices as a standard feature at no extra costs, and the dwell filter are necessary. VCA Presence includes a tamper protection (bagging, de-focusing, moving) and the motion detection. Thus, an alarm is triggered if an object appears in a predefined detection zone. Up to 40 different zones per image can be set. More information how RIVA Hikvision IP Camera support adaptive traffic control and which advantages result from this, is explained in the RIVA case study (www.rivatech.de/en/about-riva/press-releases).

Another often used filter is the speed filter. Therewith, speeds of vehicles can be checked.

Furthermore, cctv surveillance camera with integrated video analytics can be used to collect data about the daily traffic. For that, the filter for vehicle counting is primarily used. It detects and counts vehicles without any problems also in dense traffic. Furthermore, it supports collecting traffic flow data for statistics. The obtained data can for example support town planning or determining speed limits. Also relationships and dependencies of traffic flows with other factors like weather, holidays or special events can be analyzed.

RIVAs RC6602HD and RC6702HD-6211 bullet cameras as well as RIVAs RC1202HD-6241 box camera are the best solution to continuously monitor traffic flows. RIVAs RC6602HD-5311 with remote/zoom control is ideally suitable for indoor and outdoor applications. Equipped with 34x IR airsoft holographic sights, the camera provides excellent images also in low light scenes. The IR range is about 25 meters. Not only VCA Presence, but also VCA Detect is included in the camera. This module includes the classification, direction and dwell filters.

RIVAs RC6702HD-6211 mini-bullet camera is ideally suited for indoor and outdoor as well as day and night usage. eotech replica for sale The new RIVA camera comes with 12 built-in high power IR LED’s and an illumination distance up to 20m. Furthermore the RC6702HD has a variable focal lens of 3-9mm.

RIVAs RC1202HD-6241 is equipped with a SONY EXMOR 1/2.9” 1080p CMOS-Sensor that features a mechanical IR cut filter and is also ideally suited for the day and night usage.
In the fifth part of the RIVA video analytic special, smps for cctv camera you will learn which video analytic packages are offered by RIVA and for which applications these packages are ideally suitable.

Exacq introduces new automatic IP camera – EasyConnect

Exacq Technologies, part of the Security Products business unit of Tyco, introduces the new EasyConnect automatic IP camera connector feature with version 6.4 of exacqVision, a video management system (VMS) software used for video surveillance. EasyConnect provides the power of IP cameras with the simplicity of analog. Version 6.4 also includes the new VideoPush video wall feature, updates to the Exacq Mobile app and web browser client, and improvements to Enterprise System Manager (ESM), a health monitoring program for use with exacqVision Enterprise networked video recorders (NVRs).

The new EasyConnect feature allows users to find, address and connect multiple Hikvision IP Camera to their network automatically. The exacqVision client scans the network to find new IP cameras and the selected cameras are assigned IP addresses and connected to a server. This feature saves time and greatly simplifies the process of adding IP cameras to a modern day, network-based video surveillance solution. EasyConnect supports IP cameras from multiple manufacturers with plans to expand compatibility to most or all of the leading IP camera brands. The initial launch includes support for cameras from Illustra, Axis Communications and Arecont Vision totaling more than 400 cameras.

“As more users are adopting IP video, the addition of EasyConnect is one of the most significant features that has been added to exacqVision,” notes Scott Dennison, Director of Marketing, Exacq Technologies. “EasyConnect simplifies IP video to the point where it’s almost as easy as installing analog cameras.”

VideoPush gives exacqVision Enterprise users the ability to instantly push selected dahua security camera, layouts, tours, groups or entire views to another exacqVision client monitor including other users or even a public view monitor (PVM). Beyond typical video wall functionality, VideoPush allows any client to be configured to receive video and users to be assigned permissions to push video.airsoft holographic sight Ideal for retail applications, VideoPush adds the opportunity for collaborative viewing of video between multiple locations and users.

The latest Exacq Mobile app (Version 3.8) for iOS, Android and Windows Phone 8 devices allows users to set camera tours to regularly peruse important cameras. In addition, the Exacq Mobile app has made IP CCTV Security Camera selection easier. Support for SpeedSearch is now available in the exacqVision web service which provides significantly faster search results when using the web browser client. This is an ideal solution for low-bandwidth applications.

In addition to the new EasyConnect feature, version 6.4 of exacqVision adds support for over 130 new IP cameras including several “fisheye” or panoramic models. The exacqVision VMS now supports over 2,000 IP camera models from the industry’s leading manufacturers.

The exacqVision VMS is accessed with the freely distributed exacqVision client software (Windows/Linux/Mac),power supply for cctv camera exacqVision free web browser client available for all leading web browsers (Google Chrome, Firefox, Internet Explorer, Safari and Opera), as well as the free Exacq Mobile app for iOS, Android and Windows Phone 8 devices. The VMS software is included with pre-configured exacqVision NVR servers or it can be installed on third-party Windows or Linux based systems.

Tested: Henry All-Weather .30-30 Rifle

In the high mountain desert where my family lives, the changing of the seasons from summer to fall is a beautiful time.airsoft holographic sight As folks around here are preparing for the annual mule deer hunts, the leaves are bursting into cascades of orange, red and gold along the canyon walls and mountain sides. But the common companion of Mother Nature’s slow motion fireworks display is unpredictable weather. During the day at the outdoor shooting range where I worked to prepare this review, the weather went from sunny to foggy, and then on to rain, sleet, snow and blustering cold winds.

And that was just the time before lunch. Then the day worked its way back to sunshine again. I went from short sleeves to insulated rain shell and back again in the course of a single shooting session. It only seems appropriate that on this turbulently gorgeous day I was testing the new All-Weather .30-30 lever-action rifle, replica eotech 552 a gun specifically designed for hunting in less-than-ideal outdoor conditions.

The All-Weather is based on the popular steel receiver Henry .30-30. Built at the Rice Lake, Wis., facility, it utilizes the original rifle’s 20″ round barrel, standard size lever and straight grip shoulder stock. eotech 551 clone for sale The major and minor steel components, including the bore, have been treated with tough industrial grade hard-chrome plating. This plating is permanently bonded to the steel to increase surface hardness and provide greater corrosion resistance than some stainless steels.

This new hard-chrome treatment also resists wear and tear, reduces the friction between moving parts and has a handsome non-reflective matte finish that won’t spook the wildlife. The fore-end and shoulder stock are smooth and free of any texturing or checkering. Instead of a brown finish to the stocks, eotech 553 clone for sale the hardwood has been stained a dark charcoal gray and then treated with a tough, non-reflective water resistant coating that can comfortably handle the rigors of outdoor adventuring. This combination of silver and gray finishes may not be traditional but they certainly are handsome. Sling swivel studs are located on the fore-end cap and the underside of the shoulder stock.

The front sight is a dovetailed steel blade fitted with a brass bead and paired with a fully adjustable Marbles semi-buckhorn style rear sight that sports a white diamond insert. While some folks believe rifle scopes spoil the lines of a lever-action, Henry knows that many of today’s hunters and outdoorsmen want to attach an optic to their lever guns. The receiver is drilled and tapped to accept the 63B aluminum scope mount. eotech replica The 63B has a deep channel down the middle that allows the iron sight to be seen when the scope and rings are removed.

The five-round tubular magazine, located below the barrel, features a removable brass liner with a knurled steel knob. A rubber gasket ensures the brass liner fits tightly in place so that it won’t rattle or fall out. Ammunition is loaded through a cartridge-shaped cut out in the magazine instead of a gate in the receiver. This magazine configuration has the advantage of allowing cartridges to be tipped out through the mouth of the tube instead of having to be cycled through the action.

Thanks to an exposed hammer, this rifle has a single-action trigger. The serrated hammer spur is grooved to accept an extension for use with a scope. The standard size lever loop cycled smoothly and easily causing the bolt to cock the hammer while ejecting spent cartridges. Instead of a half-cock hammer position, the All-Weather employs a transfer bar safety inside the hammer. The transfer bar drops down below the firing pin when the hammer is resting fully forward against the frame. This means that the rifle will not fire unless the hammer is fully cocked and the trigger is pressed. The single-action trigger exhibited no take-up or creep. It broke cleanly with a short stroke and a trigger pull of 5 lbs. 12 oz.

After several years of use (and abuse), the Legend Ultra HD hunting scope I would have paired with this rifle finally gave up the ghost. It was replaced with a new Bushnell Trophy Xtreme X30 2.5-10×44 with a 30 mm tube and a Multi-X reticle and mounted using Weaver Grand Slam Lever Lok high rings. With its bright, clear sight picture and flexible magnification settings, I have every intention of doing my best to wear this scope out too.

Although I’ve been shooting Henry lever-actions for some time now, this was my first opportunity to fire one of the .30-30 Win. models. The All-Weather handled nicely with good balance and an easy swing off the bench. The thick, soft rubber recoil pad works to mitigate the already moderate levels of felt recoil produced by .30-30 Win. cartridges. All of the rifle’s controls operated smoothly and without any problems or issues. There were no ammunition related issues either. The test cartridges, all of which were hunting loads, fed, fired and ejected just like they were supposed to.

Standard .30-30 Win. factory loads have been commonly topped with flat nose 150-gr. and 170-gr. bullets for decades. Current production hunting loads sport bullet weights ranging from 125-gr. to 190-gr. with bullet styles including soft points, hollow points and fast opening ballistic tips. I went with two lightweight loads and one heavy hitter for formal bench rested 5-shot group accuracy testing at 100 yds. with the optic in place. Bullet velocity was measured for 10 shots using achronograph.

new Full Boar 140-gr. Monoflex load flew along at a muzzle velocity of 2399-fps. to produce the best single group of 1.62″ and best five group average of 1.79″. Heavy 190-gr. jacketed flat-nose soft points generated 2058-fps. with an average group size of 1.82″. Super-X 150-gr. Power Point soft points traveled at 2188-fps. with a group average of 1.98″.

The new Henry Repeating Arms All-Weather .30-30 is an excellent example of how this gun company continues to provide high quality, classically styled rifles while introducing the innovative upgrades their customers want. My wife says this is one of the best looking rifles I’ve worked with over the years, and I have to agree. The total hard chrome treatment of the metal parts and weatherproofed stocks make this handy, comfortable to shoot lever action an ideal companion for long walks in the woods and hunting excursions all year round. I hope the All-Weather finish will find its way onto other models soon.

eneo introduces six new competitive IP cameras

The cameras of the eneo Economy Class stand for a particularly attractive price-performance ratio. The four domes and two bullet Infrared Security Cameras prove that rich functionality and a strong price don’t have to exclude each other.

Video surveillance in Full HD quality goes without saying with the new high-performance network IP CCTV Security Camera in the eneo Economy Class. Each model has a 1/2.8″ 2.0 MP progressive scan CMOS sensor and delivers a maximum resolution of 1920 by 1080 pixels as well as a maximum frame rate of 30 fps. Two pairs of domes and bullet cameras are availbale with metal housings and two domes come with a plastic housing, all of which being equipped with a varifocal lens (3.5-16 mm) or a lens with a fixed focal length of 3.7 mm. Digital Noise Reduction (DNR), Back Light Compensation (BLC), Auto White Balance, Auto Exposure (AE), e-PTZ support along with motion detection and ONVIF Profile S support belong to the shared features of the new dahua security camera.The H.264, MPEG-4, M-JPEG and JPEG video compression formats are served. Triple Streaming permits simultaneous output of up to three video streams with full resolution and different codecs (e.g. 2x H.264, 1x MJPEG). The Privacy zone masking allows for safeguarding of 8 masks whilst open VPN permits secure remote access. security system power supply The boost function is particularly interesting: in the event of an alarm it raises the frame rate automatically.

Everything in sight, at any time of day

As “True Day & Night” cameras, all six newcomers are fitted with a switchable IR cut filter as well as 24 or 36 integrated infrared LEDs (850 nm) with a range of 20 meters. airsoft holographic sight The integrated light sensor automatically activates or deactivates the illumination in response to the ambient light, whilst users can manually adjust the intensity in five stages over the web interface.

PNR-5300: the perfect addition to lean installations

For recording, eneo recommends the recorders of the PNR-5300 series that, by means of their built-in PoE ports,eotech 553 clone for sale ensure the power supply for up to eight new IP cameras. The PNR-5316 recorders even supply another eight addtional IP cameras through an external switch.

The Ultra HD, 6MP Fisheye camera from Grundig now uses 360° panomorph viewing technology

Grundig Security is pleased to announce the inclusion of panomorph technology, from ImmerVision, in its Ultra HD, 6MP Fisheye, day/night camera. The high performance, panoramic Security Cameras provides a 360° view, making it ideal for overview applications in retail, garage forecourt, public space, residential and reception areas.

Grundig’s panomorph camera offers exceptional image quality, using a 6 MP, CMOS sensor with 360° and 180° viewing options, at up to 25 fps. The camera uses ‘ImmerVision Enables’ built-in de-warping software, the new 360° video standard, which corrects panomorph lens image distortion. The panomorph dahua security camera lens design allocates more pixels to critical areas of its view than a standard fisheye camera, such as those containing people or vehicles. It operates equally well in demanding lighting conditions, due to its 0.2 / 0.02Lux sensitivity and integrated CCTV ir illuminator. Further image enhancement technologies include digital wide dynamic range (WDR), digital noise reduction (DNR) and back light compensation (BLC).

The 360° view eliminates blind spots, capturing all site incidents, in a cost-effective, single camera solution. When used in combination with fixed cameras, this cutting edge panomorph external ip camera helps to provide optimal site coverage with fewer cameras. Privacy zone settings for restricted areas are also included.

The ImmerVision de-warped video streams can be used with NVRs and more than 50 leading video management software platforms. CCTV Power Supply Box The camera can be set up to provide operators with 1, 2 or 4 video streams or the 360° or 180° panoramic view.

A built-in SD/SDHC/SDXC memory card slot allows alarm and scheduled recording to take place in the camera and bi-directional audio offers additional incident intervention capabilities. Electronic pan, eotech 552 clone tilt and zoom functionality, in live or record modes, provides simultaneous detailed and overview images.

The Grundig panomorph camera is available in the UK through the Security Buying Group.

ImmerVision has developed the leading 360-degree panoramic imaging technology. Its patented, panomorph optical and software technology offers 360 degree solutions to all markets. airsoft holographic sight Immervision Enables, is the recognized standard for 360-degree solutions and applications.

Grundig’s 4k, Ultra HD camera range offers 8MP resolution

Grundig is pleased to announce the launch of its outstanding 4k, Ultra HD, IP camera range. The German manufacturer, known for bringing advanced technology solutions to the commercial CCTV industry, is initially offering day/night box, bullet and fixed dome Wireless Security Cameras options. All use a 1/1.7” CMOS sensor, with Ambarella S2 DSP and deliver staggering, 3840 x 2160 pixel, 8MP resolution images.

“4k provides exceptional scene coverage, clarity and detail, capturing everything in view. With four times the resolution of 2MP, Full HD IP CCTV Security Camera, 4k cameras miss nothing. They may cost more than 2MP cameras, but fewer are needed for site coverage, saving in cabling, configuration, airsoft holographic sight recording channels, VMS software licenses and more.” explained Andreas Kronwald, Product Manager at Grundig.

“If an incident occurs, users can eZoom into the scene for even greater detail, in both live or playback mode. This makes 4k cameras extremely effective for forensic searching, frequently used by video management software (VMS) and video analytics systems,” Kronwald continued.

The 4k cameras can be used in landscape or corridor formats, making them ideal for aisles, corridors, tunnels and platforms. The bullet and fixed dome dahua security camera options are IP66 weatherproof rated and the fixed dome is IK10 vandal-resistant rated. They have a motorised, 3.5 to 8mm, vari-focal zoom lens, which ensures sharp focus and has remote, CCTV Camera Adapter optical zoom flexibility. P-Iris (‘precise iris’) technology increases image contrast, clarity, resolution and depth of field. Low light sensitivity is an impressive 0.005 Lux in black and white modes and CCTV ir illuminator operates in total darkness, with a 50m range. All the cameras operate down to -25°C.

The box camera is for indoor use and fits a wide range of MP lenses.

Alabama police fitted with Reveal RS2-X2 body cameras

Earlier this year, Marcus Christianson of Greenville, Alabama Police Department outfitted police officers with Reveal RS2-X2 body Infrared Security Cameras after an extensive search for a solution that matched his department’s needs.

“I started researching body cameras years ago, long before Ferguson.” Christianson said.

“Our in-car units were aging and needed to be replaced, and when you think they are around $4500 on average – body IP CCTV Security Camera were the cheaper way to go.

Our Chief is the one who wanted to go with body cameras – years ago we had played with some Scorpion cameras so we experimented with how they can work.

And we trialled quite a few different CCTV IP Camera actually before we found Reveal – Digital Ally, Axon, Wolfcom… One of those companies never even got round to sending me a test unit. Our computer vendor brought me one to look at as well, but it was horrible, lots of exposed micro ports on the outside, not weatherproof at all.

The guys really like the operation of the Reveal dahua security camera; it’s easy to use. They also like to view video on the screen in the field and when writing the reports. It’s real simple, you turn it on and you turn it off, the guys don’t have to mess with it. It’s a solid camera.

But it was the back office software that made us go with Reveal; it’s capabilities with managing evidence – you know, I like to shop around and find the best deal for our money – and there are other cameras out there which are great Hikvision IP Camera, but if you’re tied in to contracts or tied down to using a particular model then they can be horrible for downloading footage and storage. The Chief also said the storage had to be local and DEMS gave us that flexibility. Cloud is pretty new and I prefer in-house storage anyway because we have total control of the data here. You can get in a lawsuit real quick if data gets out for any reason – privacy and security are important.

We’ve got DEMS on a work group setting, which means we have a computer that is the server and I have DEMS clients in the briefing room where the officers pick up their cameras, on the Chief’s computer so he can see what’s going on, and also on the control commander’s computer.

We have set up some custom retention policies – which were simple to set up – the software is pretty simple to use really. It’s good that it recognises and manages the cameras, whether the software is running or not and Reveal have a good handle on which features are useful instead of offering a whole bunch of features that we would never use. For example, some systems out there can do lots of stuff, airsoft holographic sight but they were too much – it’s too big brotherish to be able to track officers with GPS, for example. We wanted something simple that was going to cover the officer’s tail, not micromanage them.

Our Reveal cameras are mainly there to protect the officers – they are less of a management tool, more of a backup for the officer, and they know that now. The initial reaction from the officers was cautious, but it was made clear that it’s not a micromanagement tool – it’s to help and protect them and their actions and also to be used as a training tool.

Since the cameras were rolled out we’ve actually had a couple minor situations resolved where the body camera footage has negated the complaint.

We created our body camera policy by taking a look at good policies from other departments, and I just tweaked a few things to fit it to us.CCTV Camera Adapter Pretty much everybody is choosing their own body camera system – but Reveal is right down the middle with features versus cost.

It’s been pretty good working with Reveal; any problems we’ve had have been ironed out pretty quickly. We’re actually looking to get a couple more cameras.”