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Mobotix 5MP IP Cameras

The D25, M25 and Q25 5-megapixel IP camera models by Mobotix of New York City deliver high-contrast images without motion blur, even in poorly illuminated scenes, according to the company.


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As IP-based video systems continue to gain widespread popularity in the video surveillance market, one of the benefits is the ability to capture high-resolution images through megapixel video. May 25, 2011

Basler Vision Technologies of Exton, Pa., releases two 5-megapixel CCD box camera models with CMOS sensors. SSI Staff · May 03, 2011

In an effort to centralize its legacy analog video surveillance systems, the University of Miami (UM) installed more than 350 IQinVision high definition (HD) megapixel cameras throughout its main campus ... May 03, 2011

Mobotix of NYC releases its Q24M hemispheric camera, an ultra-compact IP network dome camera with a special hemispheric lens. SSI Staff · March 08, 2011

The iCVR-HD camera by VideoIQ of Bedford, Mass., delivers full 1,080p resolution and frame rate, zero bandwidth recording and full megapixel analytics, the company says. SSI Staff · October 26, 2010

Members of the the systems integrator co-op now have access to IQinVision's full line of products and software ... September 07, 2010

New video surveillance products and solutions are often touted as having a game-changing influence on the market, leaving security integrators and end users to sort out fact from fiction. SSI queried industry experts to highlight several technologies whose time really has come. By Rodney Bosch · August 31, 2010

More than 50 percent of all network security cameras shipped will be megapixel or HD resolution by 2014, according to a new report by IMS Research ... August 24, 2010

A question that comes up extremely frequently in my travels is whether or not IP video equipment should travel on the same network as other business systems such as E-mail, Internet, etc. August 05, 2010

My July editorial, “HDcctv: Dismissible or Disruptive,” discusses how the new kid on the block, HDcctv, is threatening to wrestle market share away from IP megapixel technology in the push toward high definition (HD) video surveillance. Scott Goldfine · July 06, 2010




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