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Counter top tower camera available from Vista

Vista CCTV : 17 April, 2009  (New Product)
The VTC01 tower camera is designed for discrete counter-top placement for close up facial images ideal for use with biometric face recognition software
Counter top tower camera available from Vista
Vista has released the VTC01, a new tower camera designed specifically to be discretely mounted on a counter-top to provide good quality close-up images that can be used for facial identification.

Both the case and the camera are fully adjustable and can be situated at a height of 43-60cm with 90° panning and 20° tilting ability. This ensures that it can be mounted on almost any height counter and still provide the required results.

The unit comes pre-configured with lens, camera and housing, so is quick and easy to fit and install. The smart yet discreet casing ensures that it will fit into a wide range of environments, making it ideal for use in banks, building societies, hotels, betting shops, jewellers and liquor stores to name just a few.

"The VTC tower camera is a great tool for simply and clearly capturing images for transactional and identification purposes," says Mark Pritchard, Vista's divisional director. "Whilst this has traditionally been carried out with a standard camera with a wide angle lens, the distance from the subject has often led to poor identification."
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