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HD camera with lens quality to match megapixel sensor resolution

Sanyo CCTV : 09 October, 2008  (New Product)
The VCC-HDN4000P high definition megapixel camera from Sanyo supports H.264 compression and comes equipped with high quality lens to match sensor resolution
HD camera with lens quality to match megapixel sensor resolution
The Sanyo VCC-HDN4000P is a full High Definition (HD) network camera equipped with the world's first 4 million pixel lens which has been matched with a 4 million pixel progressive scan sensor to deliver incredibly sharp, crystal clear images.

A built-in 10 x optical zoom makes the VCC-HDN4000P an ideal solution for banking and retail type applications where there is a requirement for close up detail of any activity.

The VCC-HDN4000P's further capitalizes on advances in technology by the dual streaming of H.264 and JPEG, enabling simultaneous high definition recording and real time H.264 live monitoring across a network. An HDMI output allows the full quality of the camera's images to be observed on an HD monitor whilst there is an option to display the video onto an analogue monitor at a remarkable 680 TV lines.

On-board recording is via the camera's SD/SDHC memory card or via USB onto an external hard drive. Other key features include motion detection, privacy masking, automatic transmission/email of images upon alarm and Power over Ethernet support, whilst a 16 x digital zoom provides the VCC-HDN4000P with a combined 160 x zoom capability.

Commenting on the arrival of the VCC-HDN4000P, David Markland, National Sales Manager for Sanyo's CCTV division said: "This superb camera sets a new standard for CCTV. The quality of the images truly needs to be seen to be believed."
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