Effective video surveillance based on particularly clear image data. Depending on the area of application, location and individual security needs, the range of required camera functions varies for the type of security needed. In the following, we present you with different technologies – IP, HD-SDI, analog HD (HD-TVI) and analog – to give you an initial overview of the strengths of the individual camera types.
Analog video cameras can be upgraded to a hybrid system using existing technology – your PC can be a video recorder.
Pixim sensors with patented adjustment technology adapts each and every pixel in the ambient light: optimal for back-lit recordings.
Analog video surveillance is now available in HD Learn more about the benefits of this sophisticated technology.
IP cut filter
The infrared cut filter in the ABUS day/night cameras adjusts the light hitting the image sensor: in daylight, it filters out the disturbing infrared light.
IP technology is ideal for video surveillance: Video software makes any PC into a network recorder within an existing LAN or WLAN network.
Many of the ABUS cameras operate with WDR (wide dynamic range) and HDR (hyper dynamic range) which optimize the images from back-lit recordings.