Scallop Imaging

Scallop Imaging

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Scallop Imaging is a division of Tenebraex Corporation, which designs and manufactures innovative optical products that solve real world problems. Scallop Imaging provides businesses, individuals and the military with a range of high resolution camera technologies that dramatically improve visual capabilities. Based in Boston, Scallop Imaging is led by principals from companies including CNET Networks, Lotus Development Corp., General Electric, and Polaroid Corp. For more information, visit http://www.scallopimaging.com.

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M6-200 IP video camera

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Scallop Imaging has debuted the M6-200 IP video camera, which delivers up to 0.005 lux low light performance, at 15 fps, without supplementary IR lighting. The 6-megapixel panoramic camera is specifically designed for very low light conditions. It uses five highly sensitive, monochrome 1.2 megapixel image sensors, combined with high resolution f/1.7 optics and short shutter speeds, from bright sunlight to 0.005 lux without the need for IR illumination. In addition, the camera delivers a 720p HD video stream, at up to 15 fps, that combines a seamless 200-degree field of view, plus up to four separate and instantly repositionable detail views.

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Digital Window D7 camera

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Scallop Imaging's Digital Window D7 camera is a 7-megapixel, 180-degree field of view camera. The camera creates three digital video streams simultaneously: a 180-degree field of view situational awareness video, sized for viewing on standard displays; an instantly repositionable zoom window at full sensor resolution at 15 fps; and a complete 7-megapixel, 180-degree field of view at one fps. Other features include Power over Ethernet, H.264 and MJPEG compression, two-way audio support and binaural microphones, a battery-backed real-time clock and an ambient temperature sensor.

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