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Vista Releases Vandal Resistant Camera Providing Stunning Low Light Images

9th November, Reading UK

 

Vista are proud to announce the launch of their new VVRD37V11HDAS vandal resistant camera – their first high definition analogue camera to include Starlight technology. The camera is a new addition to the Vista analogue CCTV range and is capable of providing full HD 1080p resolution in TVI High Definition Analogue (HDA) format over coax cabling. The use of a varifocal lens, coupled with an extremely sensitive Sony CMOS sensor, means that the VVRD37V11HDAS can also produce stunning quality colour images in extremely low light situations. An example of this feature can be seen in the video hyperlinked at the bottom of this article.

 

Key features include:starlight_logo

 

  • Full HD TVI imaging - ensures excellent images over the coax
  • Dual TVI/CVBS format - a TVI output provides 1080p images and lens control over the coax, with a separate CVBS, 700TVL output to ensure compatibility with all modern DVRs
  • Ultra low light operation without IR LEDs using Sony Starlight technology

 

The camera also has a simple set up menu that can be accessed via the in-line tact switch or up the coax from a compatible DVR. This ensures that it is simple to adjust and commission. From an operator’s point of view, the OSD menu is easy to use, allowing access to a number of extremely useful features. These features include Wide Dynamic Range and dual voltage 12VDC and 24VAC operation which make the VVRD37V11HDAS suitable for use across a wide range of applications.

 

Kramar Donachie, Vista Product Manager, comments: “The VVRD37V11HDAS is a great addition to our analogue range and offers brilliant image quality in ultra low light conditions. We are happy to have a camera on board that supports this technology in HDA format.”

 

Additional support materials

Please click on hyperlink below for more information:

 

Datasheet

Manual

Video

New Product Announcement

 

For more information, please speak with your Norbain Account Manager, visit www.vista-cctv.com or contact us at info@vista-cctv.com, or 0118 912 5000. For the latest news and events, please follow us on Twitter.

 

Click here to download a copy of the press release 

 

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