IQinVision, a producer of high-performance high-definition (HD) Internet protocol (IP) cameras, unveiled the IQeye 7 Series, a full-featured, multi-megapixel H.264 main profile indoor camera.
The IQeye 7 Series is Open Network Video Interface Forum and Physical Security Interoperability Alliance compliant, and it provides multiple, individually configured H.264 and simultaneous MJPEG streams, IQinVision says.
Designed with installers in mind, and with analog video out along with remote back focus can make for a quick, easy installation, according to the company. The One-Touch-Focus feature allows fine focus adjustment from a remote computer, eliminating the need for manual focus adjustments at the camera and resulting in trouble-free, crystal clear images.
The 7 Series camera supports Power-over-Ethernet or can be powered directly by AC or DC power, IQinVision says. Featuring a moveable infrared (IR) filter for day and night functionality, the new cameras provide image controls for optimization of video for any lighting condition, according to the company. Two-way audio allows for interactive communication between the camera and monitoring site. The external on-camera SDHC memory expansion port, in combination with IQrecorder or direct-to-storage recording, makes the 7 Series a flexible, stand-alone recording platform ideal for motion-based recording or remote monitoring.
“The 7 Series represents a new ‘higher bar’ with regard to megapixel IP cameras,” said Ed Suski, IQinVision’s vice president and chief technology officer. Along with a new exciting form factor, the 7 Series’ options include POE or direct power, day/night capability, two-way audio, on-camera storage combined with direct-to-storage, H.264 main profile, analog out, and remote back focus, he said.