The Panasonic WV-ST165 H.264 Pan-Tilt HD Network Camera (NTSC) offers high-quality 24-hour video surveillance in both day and night time lighting conditions.
Designed for day/night surveillance, this network camera captures clear images at F/2.2 even in locations with a minimum illumination of 0.5 lux (B&W). The Adaptive Black Stretch technology increases visibility of subjects in dark areas of a video scene without compromising the image quality of brighter areas. The face wide dynamic range technology offers blur-free images of the human face. The pan & tilt functionality and preset map shot function allow monitoring of wide area (Horizontal 180°, Vertical 123°). Furthermore, with the progressive scan technology, you can be sure to obtain blur-free images even when the object is in motion. In addition, the UniPhier LSI chip enables this network camera to simultaneously stream real-time imagery in HD resolution of 1280 x 960 at 30 fps. The electronic sensitivity enhancement function Auto (up to 16x) increases the quantity of light stored on the sensor, making the image brighter.
Equipped with Digital Noise Reduction technology, the camera filters signals that could result in grainy images. When any movement is detected, alarm sources, including VMD and Panasonic alarm command, trigger actions such as FTP image transfer and e-mail notification. The camera comes with SD/SDHC memory card slot that provides easy way for data backup upon any network failure. As the WV-ST165 camera is Power over Ethernet (PoE) compatible, it can be installed almost anywhere without the need for an additional power supply.
- 1.3 MP MOS Sensor / UniPhier LSI Chip
- HD Resolution of 1280 x 960
- Adaptive Black Stretch / Easy to Install
- Electronic Sensitivity Enhancement
- Pan & Tilt / Preset Map Shot Function
- 3D Digital Noise Reduction
- 2-Way Audio with Built-In Microphone
- Minimum Illumination of 0.5 Lux (B&W)
- Privacy Masking (Up to 2 Zones)
- Video Motion Detection (4 Areas)
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