360° 5 Megapixel viewing with Vista’s new fisheye camera
31st March, Reading UK
Vista announces the release of their new 5MP fisheye, VK2-5MP360INT, producing greater detailed images both day and night. This new fisheye has an extreme wide angle view (360°x182°) providing full coverage of an area with no blind spots. Using Sony’s Starvis back illuminated pixel technology; the camera will produce excellent video quality even in low light conditions. This VK2-5MP360INT works in conjunction with the newly launched Vista VIPER NVR, giving a powerful, seamless camera and NVR solution.
The addition of DWDR allows the camera to show detail across scenes of high contrast lighting and, as the camera footprint is based upon previous Vista VK2-VFD internal domes, it is both unobtrusive and able to fit on Vista’s standard range of brackets.
Key features include:
- 5 MegaPixel resolution
- 1.05mm lens
- Starvis low light technology
- Alarms and audio
- SD card slots
- True Day/Night
Bob Forehand, Vista Product Manager, comments: “We are thrilled to announce the launch of this exciting new 360° camera to the Vista range. It complements our existing range and also works with our new VIPER NVR. The camera gives full 360° extreme viewing capability, so all angles are covered. In addition, it produces high quality detailed images even in high contrast lighting conditions.”