Delivering On Detail: Panasonic Introduces New True 4K Cameras
Panasonic states its True 4K range can cover a field of view four times larger than 1080p cameras and nine times larger than 720p cameras, and two and three times the distance, respectively, which in turn provides the potential to cut down on installation costs.
“The key benefits of the new cameras are superior image quality and a wide field of view, covering a greater area in high detail,” Robert Wensing, Panasonic Australia group manager, security, stated. “They offer benefits for a variety of organisations, and are ideal for areas that require ultra-high resolution, low-light capabilities and wide-angled surveillance.
“For example, a large car park requires vehicle model, colour and licence plate identification, as well as people monitoring. A typical 50,000 square metre car park would need around 70 HD cameras to provide effective coverage, while it would only require 21 Panasonic 4K cameras.”
Wensing added that Panasonic’s purpose-built optical system ensures its 4K cameras produce the “highest quality images”.
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The key features of the new cameras are:
– A 12 MP 4K ultra-HD sensor that produces a 12 MP image at 15 fps and a 4K2K image at 30 fps.