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.

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.”

Keefe Report: The Rest of Remington’s Camel—The RP Pistol

The R51 was the camel’s nose under the modern handgun tent for the green laser sights and that particular 9 mm camel had to pull its nose back. It seems the Pedersen hesitation lock has tolerances more difficult to hold in manufacturing than Remington thought. The recent announcement of the Remington RP—a pistol that has been on the back burner for some time—demonstrates that Remington is ready to brush its handgun plans off and try again. The gun that became the RP (it didn’t have a name the last time I saw it) was handed to me several years ago in a dark conference room at the eotech airsoft. Timing is everything, and Remington saw enough success with the re-launch of the R51 to get back on the RP camel.

Remington brought aboard Leland Nichols to develop a line of handguns. Ever heard of the Smith & Wesson M&P pistol? That happened under Leland’s watch while in Springfield, Mass.. Of course, the eotech replica for sale, based on the M1911, has been hugely successful, but not all consumers want an M1911. The first new design was the R51, a gun that I have written about both pro and con, and one that will be featured in the magazine soon. There were production issues with the R51 that pretty much derailed Remington’s entire master plan for handgun launches. Problems have been addressed, as evidenced by how the re-launched R51 is doing—which is quite well.

The new sample R51 at our offices is performing as advertised, and we have had no hiccups several hundred rounds into the pending review. Too, since the R51 was replica eotech 553, Big Green moved forward with the RM380 pistol, a double-action-only .380 ACP based on the Rohrbaugh.

But the gun being shown by Remington now was where the company wanted to go last year, or even the year before, and probably the year before that. And it is interesting to me that Remington started with what will likely be the largest gun in the firm’s polymer pistol line. And that is a 4.5”-barreled 9 mm Luger with an 18-round magazine capacity—and a .45 ACP that has a magazine capacity of 15 rounds is said to be right on the nine’s heels. The prototype I handled years ago actually did not feel as big in the hands as its magazine capacity would lead you to think. Remington’s engineers managed to keep the grip as small in circumference as allowed by the constraints of the gun’s magazine capacity. It also has a generous beavertail, and the frame allows the shooter to really get his or her hand into the gun. This is a laundry list gun. What features do consumer surveys say purchasers want? Striker-fired, polymer frame, adjustable sights, generous magazine capacity, an articulated blade safety in the trigger, and a trigger with a short reset. It appears the RP has them all.

When it comes to engineering handguns it is easier to start big and go smaller. And no doubt that is Remington’s long-term plan for the RP platform. Look for double-stack mid-size and compact guns in the future. It was a bold move to come out with a full-size in both .45 ACP and 9 mm when all people seem to want to talk about is the 9 mm. eotech 556 clone for sale We have requested a sample of the RP, and are looking forward to range time with it.

The RP is indicative of where Remington has wanted to go with a full line of handguns, and while not the entire camel, it is certainly a dromedary step in the right direction.