News: Hikvision Fisheye Camera Wins New Product of the Year Award


September 11, 2014   

Hikvision, the global leading manufacturer of award-winning video surveillance products and solutions, is thrilled to announce that its 3MP 360 Fisheye Camera (DS-2CD6332FWD-I(S)(V)) has been declared New Product of the Year by Security Products magazine in the IP Camera Wide Dynamic Range category. This honor attests to Hikvision’s unparalleled dedication to research and development of cutting-edge technology.

"This year was by far the most exciting New Products competition we’ve ever had,” said Ralph C. Jensen, editor in chief of Security Products. “Technology still reigns as the order of the day in the security industry.”

With technology that stands out from its competitors, Hikvision was the first to offer a true 30 FPS fisheye view in full resolution. Hikvision incorporated unique WDR algorithms to provide industry-leading 120dB of dynamic range processing, as well as an IR cut-filter and IR LEDs to ensure full 360 degree IR illumination and imaging down to 0 lux. The camera’s 1/1.8” progressive scan CMOS sensor provides high-resolution images of up to 3072 x 2048. Integrated IR allows for even disbursement over the entire image, eliminating hot spots. In fact, IR functionality provides up to 50 feet of visibility in low- or zero-light conditions.

"We are excited to be recognized again as a leader in the video surveillance industry,” noted Bob Germain, Senior Product Leader of Hikvision USA. “As we strive to bring innovative products to the marketplace, our focus remains on combining technological advances with cost-efficient solutions for a broad range of vertical markets. This award highlights our dedication to pushing the envelope on video technology.”

Hikvision’s 3MP Fisheye will be recognized at ASIS International 2014 in Atlanta, GA. It will also be showcased in the December 2014 issue of Security Products magazine. Visit Hikvision USA at ASIS, September 29 – October 1, in booth #4145 to learn more about the latest innovations in video surveillance technology.

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