Avigilon’s New Line of HD Pro Cameras

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Ecl-ips are excited to announce Avigilon’s new line of HD Pro cameras – the industry’s most powerful and innovative line of high-definition cameras yet. These new HD Pro cameras – available in 8 MP, 12 MP and 16 MP resolutions – have been completely re-engineered on Avigilon’s next generation H4 platform to deliver the ultimate combination of image performance, processing power and bandwidth economy through the seamless integration with Avigilon Control Center using Avigilon’s proprietary HDSM 2.0 technology.

The H4 platform and HDSM 2.0
Engineered using H.264 compression technologies, Avigilon’s next-generation H4 platform allows for improved overall camera performance, including faster processing power, more efficient bandwidth management and superior image detail. By harnessing the strength of Avigilon Control Center and the second generation of our patented High Definition Stream Management technology (HDSM 2.0), the new HD Pro cameras enable intelligent and efficient management of your HD data, letting users view and search through high-definition video easier than ever before, with fewer strains on network resources. The combination of these two revolutionary technologies results in Avigilon’s most powerful cameras yet, which means your system can maintain optimal performance while still getting unparalleled image detail.

Discover the new HD Pro features
Avigilon’s HD Pro cameras now offer an improved overall video experience, with exceptional low light performance, increased frame rates for smooth video capturing of moving objects and support of both EF and EF-S mount lenses. Additionally, these cameras come with onboard storage capabilities, allowing for the storage of footage directly on the device using a standard SDHC or SDXC card.

Avigilon’s new HD Pro cameras will be available in Q2 of 2014.

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