Vista recently released two new Protos V intelligent cameras.
Complementing the existing range of Vista Protos V cameras, the new Vista Protos V VPC5-650DN (240V) and VPC5-654DN (12/24V) Intelligent Day / Night Cameras offer all the industry recognized features seen in the current Protos V range, alongside a host of additional benefits.
These include comprehensive on-board video analytics, 650TVL colour resolution and Digital Wide Dynamic Range (D-WDR), to provide excellent image quality even in high-contrast environments.
Video analytics provide sensitive yet accurate alarms and on-screen display warnings. Usually achieved by using specific analytical software, the VPC5-650DN & VPC5-654DN have this capability integrated into the camera and can provide comprehensive video analytics as standard. This includes VMD (video motion detection), Motion trace, Face detection, Minefield, Cross (automated counting across specified lines), Entrance, Scene change, and Museum mode.
Representing exceptional value for money and incorporating many high-end features, the Vista Protos V VPC5-650DN & VPC5-654DN feature an integral on-screen menu (OSD) facility providing access to programming functions, such as; D-WDR, 2D & 3D-DNR, and PWI (Peak White Inversion) - to ensure the best possible images can be achieved.
For installations whereby privacy is a high priority (such as chip and pin machines), up to 15 privacy zones can be programmed to ensure sensitive on-screen information remains private.
"The combination of high-resolution images and powerful video analytics make the Vista Protos V VPC5-650DN and VPC5-654DN perfect for all priority surveillance applications," says Mark Pritchard, Vista's divisional director. "With simple and intuitive set-up, the easy-to-use on screen display and analytic controls can be accessed local to the camera or remotely via RS485 telemetry - providing the ultimate performance and flexibility for installers and end-users."