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Pelco Optera 270° Camera Tested
on Sep 06, 2016
Multi-imager cameras are typically 180° or 360°.
Pelco has released a fixed 270° versions of their Optera intended to cover exterior building...
Pelco Optera 180° Camera Tested
on Aug 02, 2016
In our initial testing of Pelco's Optera multi-imager, the main issue was their ONVIF 'bowtie' video streaming which undermined third party...
Hikvision 12MP IR 360 Tested
on Jul 28, 2016
Hikvision has released their latest IR panoramic camera, the DS-2CD63C2F-IV, with a 12MP sensor.
To find out, we bought one of these new models...
Panoramic Cameras Wall vs Ceiling Mount
on Jul 12, 2016
Panoramic cameras are almost always ceiling mounted, looking down for a general overview of the scene, but is this really the best location, or can...
Axis 33MP Camera Tested (Q3709)
on Nov 30, 2015
In 2012, Axis declared the megapixel race over.
Now, Axis has released a 33MP camera, the Q3709-PVE, one of the highest resolution cameras in the...
Axis 360 Panoramic Released
on Oct 13, 2015
Last year, Axis entered the multi-imager camera market but, unfortunately, the only way to get it was to mount it on top of an Axis PTZ.
Beware Imager vs Stream Resolution
on Sep 10, 2015
Typically, a camera's sensor resolution and stream resolution are the same. So a camera with a 3MP imager supports a 3MP stream max.
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