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Image processing algorithm brings human eye quality to CCTV

Sanyo CCTV : 04 February, 2009  (New Product)
Sanyo camera equipped with Retina-morphic algorithm for bringing image quality closer to human eye performance levels
Image processing algorithm brings human eye quality to CCTV
Sanyo has launched a new 550 TV lines colour camera which generates images that compare favourably to the human eye.

The VCC-W8775P incorporates a new 'retina-morphic' processing algorithm which equips the cameras with capabilities approaching that achieved by the human retina. "This new algorithm, which has been developed after extensive research into the human optic system, is quite remarkable," said David Markland, National Sales Manager for Sanyo's CCTV division. "Using a model of the human retina's dynamic range adjustment ability, it provides ground breaking corrective effects which set new standards for the CCTV industry."

In addition to the new 'retina-morphic' algorithm, the VCC-W8775P takes full advantage of a newly developed CMOS sensor which features an extremely wide dynamic range that far surpasses conventional cameras. A radically new linear output method is utilised to deliver exceptionally high quality images in varying light conditions and images are further enhanced by the VCC-W8775P's built-in Digital Noise Reduction function which ensures that high quality images are captured at just 0.8 lux.
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