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Vista Harmonise Camera Range With New Product Series

As the largest CCTV supplier in the UK, Vista is dedicated to delivering the best of breed IP video products to market. Their dedicated team of engineers is continually working with the latest technologies to ensure they are consistently delivering great products.

Priding themselves not only on the technical capabilities of their products, the team also firmly believes in offering the best possible customer experience. To this end, Vista is passionate about making their products simple to understand, whilst continuing to deliver a generous portfolio of products.

To aid customers in choosing the correct camera for their project, the Vista team has created three distinct series of cameras that all provide broadcast quality HD video.

E Series – Provides a careful balance between price and performance.
F Series – Offers superior features and motorised or PTZ lens options.
W Series – Unique range of Wireless cameras utilising industry standard WiFi.

Powerful processing technology provides up to 60 images per second across three independent streams, allowing for crystal clear video on live and recorded images.

The triple streaming feature means each stream can be set for different purpose, such as live viewing, recording and optimised for remote mobile apps.

Vista’s unique Event BoostTM technology is embedded as standard across the range; this ensures that network bandwidth and storage are optimised, whilst not compromising image quality.

Externally rated and vandal resistant housing options throughout each series are robust enough to survive tough environments complementing the diverse range of internal cameras.

All cameras within each series are fully ONVIF compliant. The cameras are compatible with Vista’s range of software and hardware recording solutions plus other 3rd party manufacturers’ VMS systems such as Mirasys and Milestone Systems.

To view and download the new Vista IP range brochure, please click here.

For further information please contact your Norbain Account Manager or contact us at: www.vista-cctv.com/ip, Tel: 0118 912 5000, Email: info@norbain.com.

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