VIVOTEK launches four new 5-megapixel network cameras

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Continuing its pursuit of the highest possible image quality, VIVOTEK has launched four new 5-Megapixel network cameras: the professional outdoor bullet network cameras IB8381and IB8381-E; the outdoor dome network camera FD8381-EV; and the indoor dome network camera FD8181. Equipped with enhanced image processing technology, these four new cameras provide excellent image quality and finer detail than ever before.

Incorporating advanced features such as 3D Noise Reduction, Smart IR and Smart Stream technology, the IB8381, IB8381-E, FD8381-EV and FD8181 all four cameras are able to suppress sensor noise, prevent overexposure and result in clear images around the clock while further reduce bandwidth consumption and enhance image detail in extremely bright as well as dark environments. In the near future, new features as video rotation for corridor view and electronic image stabilization (EIS) technology will be introduced to the four new cameras. Video rotation for corridor view can provide wider vertical coverage for more depth while EIS technology enables cameras to mitigate the effect of camera vibration due to wind and ensure a stable image. The four new 5-Megapixel network cameras IB8381, IB8381-E, FD8381-EV and FD8181 are absolutely ideal options for city surveillance, campus, train station, parking lots, critical infrastructure and nature monitoring.
The FD8381-EV, the outdoor version of FD8181, is specially designed with a robust IP66-rated and IK10 housing to ensure the camera body withstands rain and dust and is protected against vandalism or tampering. The IB8381-E and FD8381-EV, with an extended operating temperature range of -50~50°C, are further able to ensure performance and reliability in extremely cold and warm weather even with just 802.3at PoE  power.
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