Panasonic WV-SF138 Network Dome Camera
Using a newly developed MOS sensor, the SF138 provides 1080p FULL HD images across multiple H.264 and JPEG streams. The simple day/night image quality of the SF138 is ideal in all conditions.
Packed with features, the SF138 is the most intelligent camera to date. Face detection allows the camera to adjust product focus to capture a person in shot and also use the XML data to trigger an alarm upon detection if using a compatible recorder. VIQS (variable image quality on specified area) is the latest innovation to the Smart HD range, allowing the camera to have higher resolution only on specified areas of the image, meaning lower bandwidth.
The WV-SF138 provides all the latest Smart HD innovations in a compact housing, ONVIF compliant the dome is a must for a wide range of applications. Features • Newly developed 1.3 Megapixel high sensitivity MOS Sensor
• Multiple video streams including H.264 and JPEG
• Full frame (up to 30 ips) transmission in FULL HD (1080p)
• Simple day night
• Adaptive black strech delivers wide dynamic range
• 2 way audio
• Face Detection Technology ensures clear face images
|Video Frame Rate||30 fps|
|Still Image Resolution||1920x1080 (Full HD)|
|Built In Mic||Yes|
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